Premier League: 3pm betting tips, match previews & team news
Dan Childs with the best bets for the final day of the season
Burnley v Arsenal
The Gunners have a slim mathematical chance of climbing into the top four and need a win at guarantee fifth place, ensuring they won't have to play Europa League qualifying matches in July.
Unai Emery is likely to select a strong team and that is bad news for Burnley, who were poor in their 2-0 loss at Everton.
1pt 5-4 Betway
Aaron Lennon and Phil Bardsley are back in full training but Steven Defour (calf) remains sidelined.
Danny Welbeck (ankle), Rob Holding, Hector Bellerin (both knee), Denis Suarez (groin) and Aaron Ramsey (hamstring) are out.
Arsenal have won their last nine matches against Burnley.
Crystal Palace v Bournemouth
Bournemouth scraped a 1-0 win at home to nine-man Tottenham last Saturday but their performance was poor.
There was a lack of creativity without David Brooks, who remains sidelined, and rookie goalkeeper Mark Travers was forced to make several first-half saves.
Travers could be a busy man against Palace and he may struggle to keep another clean sheet.
2pts 9-10 Betfair
Pape Souare, Mamadou Sakho, Jeffrey Schlupp and James Tomkins are out. Christian Benteke (facial injury) and Scott Dann (unspecified) are doubts.
David Brooks (ankle), Dan Gosling (calf) and Dominic Solanke (hamstring) remain sidelined.
Bournemouth have lost 11 of their last 14 away matches.
Fulham v Newcastle
Fulham have put their trust in Parker after a dramatic recent improvement in performances and results.
The Cottagers wrapped up three successive wins in April and also put up stiff resistance in last Saturday's 1-0 loss at Wolves.
They can sign off with a victory over Newcastle, who are without five injured players.
1pt 7-4 RedZone
Marcus Bettinelli, Lazar Markovic and Timothy Fosu-Mensah are sidelined but there are no fresh injuries.
Sung-Yueng Ki, Sean Longstaff, Florian Lejeune (all knee), DeAndre Yedlin (groin) and Miguel Almiron (hamstring) are ruled out.
Fulham have won three of their last four games.
Leicester v Chelsea
Chelsea scraped through to the Europa League final with a penalty shootout success over Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday but their performance was far from convincing.
There will be a few tired legs in the camp and the short turnaround leaves the Blues vulnerable against a Leicester side who thumped Arsenal 3-0 in their last home game.
1pt 29-20 bet365, Betfair, Betfred
Matty James (Achilles) and Daniel Amartey (ankle) will not feature.
Andreas Christensen picked up an injury on Thursday and joins N'Golo Kante (hamstring), Antonio Rudiger (knee) and Callum Hudson-Odoi (Achilles) on the sidelines.
Leicester have won four of their last five home fixtures.
Manchester Utd v Cardiff
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is in desperate need of a convincing victory to lift the spirits of Manchester United supporters and he could get his wish on the final weekend of the season.
Cardiff's players have given everything in their battle against the drop but it would be understandable if the workrate dropped in their first game since relegation to the Sky Bet Championship was confirmed.
Neil Warnock has spoken about United wasting money in the transfer market and there could be a reaction from the home side.
Man Utd-Man Utd double result
1pt 17-20 Coral, Ladbrokes
Eric Bailly (knee) is ruled out and Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Alexis Sanchez, Romelu Lukaku and Mason Greenwood are injury doubts. Antonio Valencia could feature after a long layoff.
Harry Arter (calf) has joined Sol Bamba, Matt Connolly, Joe Ralls and Callum Paterson on the sidelines and Victor Camarasa (dead leg) is a doubt.
Cardiff have lost four of their last five away games without scoring.
Southampton v Huddersfield
Saints were well below par during last Saturday's 3-0 loss at West Ham and much of the blame lay with Hasenhuttl, who experimented with different personnel and a change in formation.
Hasenhuttl has promised to get back to basics this weekend and a strong Saints performance should see off the Terriers, who are 23 points worse off.
Southampton-Southampton double result
2pts 23-20 Coral, Ladbrokes
Maya Yoshida (virus) and Jannik Vestergaard (groin) will not be involved.
Erik Durm has been ruled out and Chris Lowe and Mathias Jorgensen are injury doubts. Reserve keeper Joel Coleman will be given his first Premier League start.
Huddersfield have conceded first-half goals in seven of their last eight matches.
Tottenham v Everton
Tottenham dug deep to reach the Champions League football but their recent Premier League performances have been dreadful and they look there for the taking this weakened.
Spurs were done a massive favour last Sunday when Arsenal drew 1-1 with Brighton and Manchester United drew 1-1 against Huddersfield.
A top-four finish is almost certain and that is just as well because they may be without up to eight players for a tricky clash against Everton, who are finishing the season with a flourish.
Everton draw no bet
1pt 13-8 Betfred
Heung-Min Son and Juan Foyth are banned, Victor Wanyama (thigh) and Danny Rose (hamstring) are doubts and Jan Vertonghen (ankle) joins Harry Kane (ankle), Davinson Sanchez (thigh) and Harry Winks (groin) on the sidelines.
Andre Gomes returns from a ban but Richarlison (rib) and Dominic Calvert-Lewin are injured and Seamus Coleman (groin) is a doubt.
Tottenham have lost seven of their last 11 league fixtures.
Watford v West Ham
The Hammers hope to secure a third successive victory for the first time this year but face a tougher test than last weekend, when they coasted to a 3-0 victory over an experimental Southampton line-up.
Watford were unlucky to lose 3-0 at Chelsea last Sunday but are at full-strength and can make amends for a three-game winless run.
1pt 5-4 bet365, Betway
Etienne Capoue (groin) is available but Sebastian Prodl and Domingos Quina are sidelined.
Robert Snodgrass returns from a ban and Declan Rice and Felipe Anderson have shaken off a virus.
Watford have lost two of their last ten home fixtures.
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