A Premier League title match that goes to the wire and the overall dominance of & # 39; the two club competitions of Europe, and not to mention the Nations League Finals just around the corner. Could you ask for more English football?
Probably not, but Liverpool may have preferred a tougher opponent for Manchester City on the last day to give us a fair thriller and give them more of a chance.
City are a win away from retaining their crown – an achievement that hasn't been achieved since Manchester United a decade ago – and only Brighton stand in their way.
Sergio Aguero (center) is no stranger to a title-winning goal on & # 39; the last day of the season
Liverpool will be able to pray the 20/1 shots could be a surprise and perhaps know that the last manager who beat Manchester City on the last day was Brighton boss Chris Hughton, back in 2013 when 39; t he was in charge of Norwich.
But the Reds faithful will be well aware that the most recent team in & # 39; the last match of & # 39; The campaign peaked and won the title was not her own, 30 years ago. That it doesn't happen often.
Brighton go on top of their best result for weeks – a 1-1 draw at Arsenal – and lost just 1-0 against City in & # 39; an FA Cup last month and 2-0 earlier in the season.
That's also what happened on the final day in 2012 to take into account when Sergio Aguero's late, late show landed the trophy, just when it wasn't there looked like QPR was about to destroy the City party.
Aguero could be the man to come back to make some money on this one, so City's just to win is no better than 2/11.
Little Argentina has 31 goals in all competitions this season, two short of his finest face in a City shirt he managed two seasons ago. He is also at 20 in the league, two behind leading scorer Mohamed Salah, who will not be back in the & # 39; a Liverpool side to face Wolves after he missed the midweek victory over Barcelona.
Mohamed Salah returns to the Liverpool side for Wolves' visit to Anfield
City have won if the champions win – six of their last seven in the & # 39; s league have been 1-0 or 2-0 – but they are well worth the return to complete these in style. Aguero is 10/3 to score two or more 16/1 for a hat-trick (both William Hill) and with a nod to 2012 Paddy Power offers 15/2 to those he scored after clocking 89min and 59sec has passed.
What Liverpool expects them to do their bit, despite Wolves & # 39; impressive record against & # 39; big teams – wins over Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal and Man United in & # 39; league plus that FA Cup victory to & # 39; e side of Jurgen Klopp. The Nuno men also go this way on the back of three straight wins, but it is impossible to back up against Liverpool at the moment and they are a shade better than 2/1 with a couple of bookies to win with both teams that & # 39; t & # 39; score a game.
The best of the rest
It would take a miracle for the & # 39; top-four race to have one last twist and to Liverpool & Tottenham in & # 39; e midweek, we are all marveled. That there's nothing left to play except pride – and a few million pounds in prize money. That, where else can the money be made?
The curtain that came down on & # 39; s campaign is known to bring some strangers along, which often involve Tottenham. Spurs, to end a season, have beaten Leicester 5-4 and Hull 7-1, but have gone 5-1 to Newcastle. Plus, who can forget Stoke & # 39; s 6-1 thumping of Liverpool, Chelsea beat Wigan for eight without answering as West Brom and Manchester United share TEN goals in Sir Alex Ferguson's last game as manager of Old Trafford.
More than 3.5 total goals in games at Tottenham, Palace and Liverpool return 18/1.
Leicester and Jamie Vardy will give Chelsea the blues on Sunday
Punters could do less than go home on & # 39; the 38th round of top-flight fixtures. In the last 10 seasons, ie 100 games, 54 have seen the hosts take full points when players sign up for the summer, which is a higher average than this campaign as a whole.
Chelsea were taken to penalties Thursday and Arsenal, inland, travel almost like a skateboard in Quicksand, so Leicester (16/11) and Burnley (23/10) appeal. Head home in Fulham to new boss Scott Parker & # 39; s former club Newcastle, and Crystal Palace to defeat Bournemouth – you're looking at a 38/1 acca.
Pieree-Emerick Aubamayeng was on fire when Arsenal won in Valencia in & # 39; midweek, but away from home in the Premier League they have been much less impressive
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10/3 Aguero to score two or more
16/1 Aguero to score a hat trick
38/1 Leicester, Burnley, Palace and Fulham all win
34/1 Mitrovic, Wood and Townsend to score at any time
Manchester United play degraded Cardiff, the team Ole Gunnar Solskjaer kicked things off with a 5-1 victory, but the Norwegian and his players just needed the season to end the summer.
United are 3/10 with Cardiff 21/2 and the draw available on 6/1. Everyone else sees FA Cup finalists Watford vs. West Ham the best bet for a tribe mate with any score 7/2 (BetVictor). Southampton host Huddersfield and Tottenham against Everton.
For the final treble of the season, join Aleksandar Mitrovic, Chris Wood and Andros Townsend – 34/1 with Betfair and Paddy Power.
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