13th May 2018 | Premier League
Final Day Premier League Acca
The last day of the season tends to feature some fireworks here and there. If Southampton and Huddersfield ease off after their recent heroics then City and Arsenal are liable to punish them.
There’s not a great deal to play for by normal last day of the season standards but that doesn’t mean we can’t land a big acca. Back Man City, Arsenal & Crystal Palace to all win by 2 goals or more at best odds of 13.57/1 with Coral.
Southampton v Man City:
It seems appropriate to start with the champions who have had the title wrapped up for so long that people seemed to get bored talking about it. But their appetite to maintain imperious standards is seriously impressive and that’s why they can reach 100 points with a victory here. That’s a big incentive for a Pep side and after scoring 3+ goals in 4 of their last 5 games they should sign-off in style against soon-to-be celebrating Saints.
Huddersfield v Arsenal:
Wenger’s last game as Arsenal manager has finally arrived. With the worst away record in England during 2018 some will fancy Huddersfield here but the hosts will surely be lacking intensity after a heroic but exhausting week collecting points at Man City and Chelsea to secure survival. That should be perfect for the Gunners who might just run riot one final time under the Frenchman for old time’s sake.
Crystal Palace v West Brom:
The Baggies are unbeaten under Darren Moore but now that relegation has become a reality a mini-slump on the pitch would be understandable. Palace have soared to within touching distance of the top 10 and a commanding victory here could seal the deal. The chairman will have reminded the players that the difference between 10th-15th in the table is about £10m in prize money too. The Eagles have scored 8 in their last 2 home games and Ruben Loftus-Cheek is just one who might want to say goodbye in style.
Back Man City, Arsenal & Palace -1 goals in the handicap markets to get the price.
Odds correct at time of publishing: 07:56 13th May, 2018 but subject to change