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Premier League final day acca: Man City glory, Man Utd despair, Chelsea growing, Klopp farewell

The final day of the Premier League season is upon us as Arsenal and Man City battle it out for the title.

After 37 rounds of football, it all comes down to one day. Out of 20 clubs in the competition, just two remain in the hunt for the grandest prize in domestic football.

Here, Planet Sport runs through every fixture on the final day of the season in a special Premier League accumulator.

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Arsenal vs Everton

Arsenal are fighting for the title and come into this fixture on the back of five straight victories.

Everton are also in great form, but considering they have nothing but pride to play for, we’re backing the Gunners to get the job done.


Brentford vs Newcastle

Brentford have lost just one of their last eight matches and head into this match with solid form.

However, in Newcastle they face their bogey team. The Magpies have won the last four meeting and we’re backing the Toon to make it five.


Brighton vs Man Utd

Man Utd ended their run of two straight defeats with a 3-2 victory over Newcastle on Wednesday.

Despite this, Brighton are the ones to back in this one. The Seagulls have won four straight Premier League encounters against the Red Devils – a quite startling statistic.

Make that five from five. We’re backing the Brighton.


Burnley vs Nottingham Forest

In fairness, this has been a pretty dismal season for both Burnley and Nottingham Forest.

The Clarets are heading down to the Championship and we’re backing their final Premier League clash to end in a draw.

Both teams have lost two of their last three, with both conceding goals for fun. High-scoring draw is the way to go.


Chelsea vs Bournemouth

Chelsea could secure a sixth-placed finish and a return to Europe with a point against Bournemouth.

Considering Chelsea are looking for their fifth straight Premier League victories, we reckon the Blues will get all three points against a valiant Bournemouth opposition.


Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa

This fixture smells of goals, goals, goals. Palace under Oliver Glasner are like a 2008 prime Barcelona and are looking for their sixth win from seven.

Villa have already secured Champions League football and all that celebrating doesn’t bode well for the weekend. Palace to win a high-scoring clash is the way to go.


Liverpool vs Wolves

Jurgen Klopp’s final game in charge comes against an out-of-form Wolverhampton side.

Gary O’Neil’s side have enjoyed a tremendous season overall, but they’ve just dipped in the final weeks.

The visitors are in no shape to ruin what should be an emotional send-off for one of Liverpool’s great managers. Reds win.


Luton vs Fulham

Luton against Fulham gets the ‘least sexy fixture on the final day’ tag.

Both are in the midst of a winless run and we’re not expecting fireworks. A draw is the way to go in this one.


Man City vs West Ham

The only thing stopping Man City from claiming a history-making fourth Premier League title is a struggling West Ham side… I think they’ll take their chances.

City shouldn’t have too many problems against a side which has picked up just one win from seven and has conceded the most goals in the competition expect for the bottom three.

City win and are crowned champions again.


Sheffield Utd vs Tottenham

Sheffield United have endured a dreadful season, but perhaps not as frustrating as Tottenham.

Spurs were on the periphery of Champions League football but lost five of their last six games as hopes of continental soccer went up in flames.

Despite this, Tottenham should have enough quality to get all three points against arguably one of the worst teams in Premier League history.


Premier League final day acca

Arsenal to win
Newcastle to win
Brighton to win
Burnley vs Nottingham Forest – draw
Chelsea to win
Crystal Palace to win
Liverpool to win
Luton vs Fulham – draw
Man City to win
Tottenham to win


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