The English top-flight will see three major battles take place in different areas of the table this weekend.
The 2021-22 Premier League season ends on Sunday, with the campaign’s exciting title race still being open.
But that is not the only big battle that will find its winner this weekend.
As teams prepare for the 38th matchday of the season, let’s check out an accumulator for each of the biggest clashes of the weekend.
1. Title race miracle: Back Liverpool to lift the trophy at Anfield!
A narrow win over Southampton closed Liverpool’s gap to Manchester City to one point on Tuesday.
It simply cannot get more exciting than this. City must face Aston Villa at Etihad while the Reds host Wolves.
Steven Gerrard’s men can help Liverpool to win the title by preventing the Citizens from claiming their 29th victory of the season.
On the other hand, Liverpool are big favourites to beat Wolves, who have not won any of their last six games.
Here is an accumulator that backs Liverpool for a final day miracle at Anfield.
2. Top four race: How realistic are Arsenal’s chances?
Arsenal have no choice but to beat Everton if they want to keep their top-four chances alive.
The Gunners sit two points below Tottenham, who will face Norwich in their final game of the campaign.
Given Spurs’ superior goal difference, they can secure their place in the next season’s Champions League with a draw.
We don’t expect Norwich to claim their first win in six games by beating Antonio Conte’s men. So we prefer to stick to an over/under bet for Arsenal vs Everton!
3. Relegation battle: Two Massive clashes for the candidates
Everton managed to secure their Premier League safety by their impressive comeback against Crystal Palace on Thursday.
That leaves Burnley and Leeds United in a tight relegation battle ahead of the league’s final matchday.
For now, the Clarets sit above Leeds due to their higher goal difference. But Leeds have one more chance to push for relegation escape this Sunday.
Jesse Marsch’s side will face Brentford while Burnley host Newcastle. Both teams play against in-form teams, with the Clarets having the advantage of playing on home soil.
We expect the relegation candidates to adjust their game plan based on the other team’s live result. If one side’s defeat becomes inevitable, the other one will certainly push for a draw.