The 2017/18 campaign of the Premier League is coming to a close this weekend as the final round of games will all be played on Sunday, so make sure to tune in on time and bet on all the thrilling action for the last time this season. Late August will be the next time you’ll have the chance to wager on the English top flight, which means you have to make this round count with online sportsbooks in UK.
Liverpool v Brighton – H 2/11 (1.18) D 7/1 (8.00) A 16/1 (17.00)
Although this is the 38th and final round, there’s still plenty to play for in the Premier League. Expect the champions Man City and second-placed Man United – sides that have secured their respective spots – the other clubs still could see a change in their position on the table, relative to the outcome on the final day.
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Liverpool are in fourth spot with 72 points; they find themselves in a precarious position as Chelsea are right behind them and they could still get back in third if they manage to win against Brighton this weekend and Tottenham draws or ends up losing their encounter.
Out of the last five games, Jurgen Klopp’s men have won only once so their odds are slightly higher for the upcoming home game the Seagulls, which serves as a great opportunity to cash in on the last day of action. Considering their far greater squad strength, we’re pretty sure Liverpool will collect the all-important 3 points as they aim to finish higher up the table and get away from Chelsea’s grip.
Newcastle v Chelsea – H 11/2 (6.50) D 16/5 (4.20) A 4/7 (1.57)
St. James’ Park will see Newcastle go head to head with Chelsea in what will likely be a nerve-racking day for both clubs. The former side is in 10th position and holds the same amount of points (41) as the three sides below them (Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Watford), so they are in dire need to get ahead, as the standing on the table determines the amount of money a club collects from the Premier League purse.
The Blues on the other hand are in 5th spot with 70 points, while Liverpool – who are above them – have only 2 points more, and what’s far more important is Champions League football that comes with a fourth place finish. Since Chelsea have all but one of their last 5 encounters, we’re backing them to win again this weekend.
Tottenham v Leicester City – H 1/3 (1.33) D 5/1 (6.00) A 8/1 (9.00)
Tottenham will be fighting to stay in third position on the table against 2015/16 Premier League champions Leicester City, and the good news for them is they will enjoy home support. Spurs defeated Newcastle 1-0 at home during the week, and we’re willing to be Mauricio Pochettino will have the capacity to put on another good performance in the last game.
A victory would give them 3 points, ensuring they remain in third spot that has a guaranteed place in the Champions League next season. A draw or loss could potentially see them relinquish their position, relative to Liverpool’s game against Brighton. But both we and provider of internet betting in UK are sure they’ll win this one.