Its Chelsea v Everton, Newcastle v Arsenal, Tottenham v Sunderland, West Brom Man Utd as Paddy Power report free bets on the final day of the Premiership season.
We’re all set for a busy Sunday afternoon and all that is left to settle is the battle for third, fourth and fifth place in England’s top flight.
Europa League Champions Chelsea are the side sitting in third position and a victory at home to Everton on Sunday guarantees them third place – which brings automatic qualification for the Champions League next season.
The Blues are currently two points clear of Arsenal, so a point might prove to be enough, but Rafael Benitez will want all three in his final encounter in charge at Stamford Bridge.
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Moyes will manage Everton for the last time before heading to Manchester United in the summer and the Scotsman would love to finish what has been a superb eleven years with the Toffees with a victory.
The battle for fourth place is going to be enthralling to watch as north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are looking to finish in the final Champions League spot.
The Gunners are a point clear of Spurs, so if they can win at Newcastle United on Sunday afternoon, Arsene Wenger’s men will secure fourth.
However, if Arsenal drop points and Tottenham manage to beat Sunderland at White Hart Lane, Andre Villas-Boas’ team would overhaul their bitter rivals.
Both north London clubs should win their respective matches, but there is more value on Arsenal as they are away from home and at 4/7.
It is going to be a tense afternoon for both clubs and fans are sure to let the players know what the situation is.
All teams in the Premier League want to finish with a win of course, even if there is nothing for them to play for and the other seven encounters taking place should be interesting to watch.
Champions Manchester United head to West Bromwich Albion in what is Sir Alex Ferguson’s final game in charge of the Red Devils.
The Scotsman is sure to be after a victory and United are at 11/13 here.
West Brom have lost their last three, something Steve Clarke is not at all happy about.
Elsewhere, Manchester City entertain Norwich City and fans might just make their frustration heard after the sacking of Roberto Mancini in this one.
It has been a poor campaign for the Citizens, but they should have enough quality to beat a Norwich side in party mood after securing their Premier League place for next season last week.
There might be mixed emotions at the DW Stadium this weekend as the Latics were relegated during the week, but won the FA Cup on Saturday.
They entertain Aston Villa on the final day of the season in what should be a decent watch between two attacking sides. Villa look value at 13/5.
Also on Sunday, Liverpool entertain Queens Park Rangers and could put on a show to end the season, Southampton entertain Stoke, Swansea City lock horns with Fulham and West Ham United entertain Fulham.
All eyes are sure to be heading to White Hart Lane and St James’ Park on Sunday and it should be a cracking day of action.