Brighton vs Manchester United
Manchester United will seek to consolidate second place with an away win against Brighton which they should achieve. A loss for the home team shouldn’t be detrimental to their survival hopes, as their current points total should suffice.
Stoke City vs Crystal Palace
Palace should still be in a celebratory mood after thrashing Leicester last weekend. This win has shot them to mid-table and likely survival. Stoke needing to win their last two games to stand a chance, will have more at stake and should win.
Bournemouth vs Swansea
The Swans having gotten away from the drop zone during the turn of the year, have now gotten themselves dragged back into the survival race. Bournemouth are all but safe so Swansea, having more to play for, should do enough to edge this tie.
Leicester vs West Ham
A few rounds ago, Claude Puel helped them achieved safety and was in a position to chase a Europa spot. They have since lost games on a spin, worse of which being last week against Crystal Palace in a 5-0 drubbing. They will seek to end their season well starting with this fixture against The Hammers who still aren’t yet safe. This game could end in a draw.
Watford vs Newcastle
Watford will need another win to confirm safety. Newcastle is safe but will seek to improve on their placing from 10th to ninth with Leicester in sight. This game will end as a draw.
West Brom vs Tottenham
Anything but a win would end West Brom’s eight-year stay in the top flight. With Spurs’ top four position not yet confirmed, they will need to win this fixture, especially with Kane still chasing the Golden Boot award and Alli his first double-double in a season (goals and assists). Both teams should battle to a draw.
Everton vs Southampton
Southampton having gotten a win last weekend, will seek to get one over on eighth-placed Everton. With The Toffees only playing for league position, The Saints should be able to capitalize, given that they have their safety at stake. They should be able to do enough to get another hard-fought win this weekend.
Manchester City vs Huddersfield
Manchester City, having won the league two rounds ago, will finally get a chance to lift the title at home. They will use this match to break Chelsea’s records of goals, wins and points. There is nothing to show that these records won’t all go in this fixture. Huddersfield will hope this loss won’t be detrimental going into the final day.
Arsenal vs Burnley
Burnley have all but qualified for Europe, they still maintain a slim chance of overtaking the Gunner for sixth. Arsenal will put those thoughts to bed as they seek to give Arsène Wenger a proper home send-off after their charge for a Champions League ended with a whimper in Madrid in the Europa League.
Chelsea vs Liverpool
Chelsea has a slim chance to make the top four and this fixture will determine if it would still be a reality going into the final day. They must beat the Champions League finalists to remain in contention. The first meeting of the season ended 1-1, this result may repeat itself and end their chances