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Premier League Final Day: Preview & Betting Odds

Nemanja Lazarevic in Betting Promotions 19 May 2017


Sunday, May 21 will be the final day of the 2016/2017 Premier League season, and even though we already have the new champions as well as three teams that will be relegated, we have reason to look forward to the final round of Premiership fixtures.

New champions Chelsea are at home to bottom-placed Sunderland, looking to become the first side to win 30 games in a single Premier League campaign, and no wonder they have been made 1/6 favourites to claim maximum points

The top 4 chase has yet to be decided, which is why Arsenal vs Everton, Liverpool vs Middlesbrough and Watford vs Man City games will be under the spotlight, with Reds priced at 1/7 to seal Champions League qualification by defeating Boto at Anfield.

They could even finish third if the Citizens fail to win at Vicarage Road, but could also miss out on a top 4 finish in case they fail to win their game and Arsenal beat Everton at the Emirates.

The Gunners are available at 9/20 to make it five league wins in a row and keep slim hopes of qualifying for the Champions League alive.

Elsewhere, red-hot Tottenham are widely expected to defeat Hull City on the road, after the Tigers were effectively relegated as they lost to Crystal Palace. 

A race for top table positions is likely to prove interesting as well, with eight-placed Southampton (46) playing host to Stoke City (41), and Leicester City (43) facing AFC Bournemouth (45) at King Power Stadium. 

Swansea City will be looking to celebrate Premier League survival at home against West Brom and they look a good bet at 11/10 to extend an excellent run of results. 

A four-fold containing Arsenal, Spurs, Swansea and Man City to win would return £58.40 on a £10 bet at bet365, and this is something you should consider if you are into accumulator betting.


Nemanja Lazarevic

Working as editor-in-chief at, Nemanja Lazarevic is responsible for organising and managing the team of writers to ensure the content produced on the site meets high industry standards and remains interesting to our readers. As our go-to guy for the football transfer news, he uses an extensive experience in the industry to dig up latest transfer stories from local sources.



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