Don't Speculate: 5 picks from the Premier League's final day
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Burnley to beat Bournemouth –
Bournemouth beat Swansea last weekend, but that was only their second league victory in 11 matches.
The Cherries have been dreadful on the road this season, winning just one of their last 14 in all competitions.
Burnley have only lost to Chelsea in their last six at Turf Moor and are good value to notch another win on Sunday.
Crystal Palace to beat West Brom –
West Brom have been impressive in their five-match unbeaten run under Darren Moore but, with relegation now confirmed, it would be no surprise to see them lose on Sunday.
The Baggies have the fourth-worst travelling record in the Premier League and have won just three of their 18 away games this season.
Crystal Palace secured their safety with a victory at Stoke last Saturday and have won three of their last four, including back-to-back victories at Selhurst Park.
Manchester United to beat Watford –
Watford picked up their first victory in eight matches at home to Newcastle last time out, but their dreadful away record means they look set for defeat at Old Trafford.
The Hornets have earned just one point in their last 11 Premier League matches on the road and failed to score in their last eight.
Manchester United have won 14 of their 18 home league games this season and conceded just nine goals along the way.
Manchester City to beat Southampton –
Manchester City strolled to a 3-1 victory over Brighton in midweek and can reach 100 points in style on the final day.
Pep Guardiola’s side have won 11 of their last 14 league games and have a 100 per cent record from their seven games against the current bottom four.
Southampton have little to play for after all but securing their safety in midweek, barring a nine-goal swing, and have won just one of their last 10 league games at St Mary’s.
Swansea to beat Stoke –
Stoke’s relegation was confirmed with a 2-1 defeat at home to Crystal Palace last weekend and it isn’t going to get any better for them on Sunday.
The Potters are currently on a 13-game winless run in the Premier League and have managed just one away victory in 20 in all competitions this season.
Swansea are without a victory in four at the Liberty Stadium, but had won each of their previous seven.