Liverpool vs Stoke City
With another loss, Stoke will be all but relegated after a decade in the top flight. A fixture of this nature would be their last pick, especially away. Liverpool will be expected to have no mercy as they will use this as a tune-up for their visit to Rome mid-week. The Scousers should run out easy winners.
Burnley vs Brighton
Brighton are almost safe and Burnley are almost in Europe. The Clarets should win this match in typical 1-0 fashion to boost their Europa League hopes.
Crystal Palace vs Leicester
Crystal Palace will need another win to all but confirm their safety. Leicester should be an ideal fixture to achieve this task, a team safe and mid-table with nothing to play for. Jamie Vardy will, however, seek to end with 20 league goals this season. The home team should win.
Huddersfield vs Everton
Huddersfield will need another win to confirm a sophomore season in the league. They face an Everton side who are in eighth, the highest they can finish this season. A draw should be the result.
Newcastle vs West Brom
Newcastle are mid-table and safe, West Brom will seek to capitalize on their perceived having nothing to play for. A loss would rubber-stamp their relegation. They will seek to fight another week. A draw which could be the result, may not be enough, especially if Swansea gets at least a point against Chelsea.
Southampton vs Bournemouth
With Bournemouth all but safe, Southampton must win in order to keep their survival hopes alive. They should do enough to win, even with their ridiculously misfiring front line.
Swansea vs Chelsea
The Swans will need this win that will all but confirm their safety. A loss will end Chelsea’s slim hopes for top four. The Blues seem to have rediscovered some form, and with the World Cup on the horizon, players like Morata will be seeking to end the season well. Chelsea should be able to edge the Welsh side.
West Ham vs Manchester City
The Hammers have pretty much the same reality of many teams this weekend, win and you’re all but safe. This may have to wait until the penultimate week, as they face Manchester City at home who have already won the league but will be targeting Chelsea’s records of goals, wins and points. Expect City to blitz The Hammers.
Manchester United vs Arsenal
The marquee fixture of the round sees outgoing Arsène Wenger bringing his men to his arch rival’s Jose Mourinho base called Old Trafford. Jose will surely not seek to be nice to his nemesis, especially when he has clearly stated that he definitely wants to finish second. An exciting draw from a fighting Arsenal should be the result.
Tottenham vs Watford
Spurs will seek to all but end Chelsea’s slim top-four hopes with a win. Watford seems to be on holidays mentally as they are safe and mid-table. Spurs should win with Kane trying to reignite a Golden Boot race.