History beckons for Man City

So, it all comes down to this. One game to decide the Premier League title. Man City go into Sunday’s final day with a two-point advantage over Arsenal after beating Spurs on Tuesday.

Can they make history and win the top flight for a fourth successive season? Even the great Liverpool, Man Utd and Arsenal sides didn’t manage that!

Or will they slip up against West Ham and allow the Gunners to snatch the title out of their grasp? Mikel Arteta’s side must beat Everton to have any chance of lifting the trophy.

Elsewhere, the top-four race is over and only a miracle would see Luton survive at Nottingham Forest’s expense.

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So, let’s look at three of the games in the Premier League on the final day…

Man City v West Ham – Sunday @ 16:00

Man City did exactly what they needed to on Tuesday as they won their game in hand on Arsenal, a win that moved them top. Now they just need to hold their nerve to make history.

They face a West Ham side preparing for the departure of David Moyes. They had been limping towards the end of the season before last weekend, when they beat Luton 3-1 at London Stadium. Could they be the party poopers?

Here are some top bets for City v West Ham:

Man City to win, De Bruyne assist + Gvardiol at least one shot on target – 12/5 with Build YourOdds

  • City are unbeaten in their last 16 Premier League games against West Ham (W13 D3).
  • Kevin De Bruyne has more assists than any other Man City player this season (10). Only Ryan Giggs (162) has more in Premier League history than the Belgian (112).
  • Josko Gvardiol has six shots on target in his last six starts at left-back, scoring four goals.

Erling Haaland to score two or more goals – 6/4

  • Haaland is on 27 goals for the season and is on course to collect his second PL Golden Boot.
  • The striker has scored two or more times in seven league games, including in two of his last three.
  • Haaland has netted four goals in three games against West Ham.

Lucas Paqueta and Emerson Palmieri both to be booked – (14/1 with Build #YourOdds)

  • Paqueta and Emerson have both seen yellow 10 times this season.
  • Both Hammers’ men have been booked in three of their last six Premier League games.
  • Paqueta was booked in the reverse fixture back in September.

Arsenal v Everton – Sunday @ 16:00

Arsenal may have lost top spot going into the final weekend, but they still have a chance of lifting the title. They must win against Everton and then hope West Ham can do them a favour – something Spurs couldn’t do on Tuesday.

What could work in Arsenal’s favour is the fact that Everton have secured their Premier League status in recent weeks. With nothing left to play for, will they be on the beach?

Here are some top bets for Arsenal v Everton:

Arsenal to win 2-0 – 6/1

  • Arsenal have won their last five league games, scoring 14 goals.
  • The Gunners have won 22 of their last 27 Premier League home games against Everton (D4 L1).
  • Everton haven’t scored in their last three games against Arsenal, conceding six.
  • Away from home Everton are winless in 10, a run that stretches back to 16th

Leandro Trossard to score the first goal – 4/1

  • Trossard has netted in four of his last five Premier League games.
  • Three of those four goals have been the opening goal.
  • Only Bukayo Saka (16) has scored more league goals for Arsenal than Trossard this season (12).
  • The Belgian scored the only goal in the reverse fixture.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin to score with right foot – 15/2

  • Calvert-Lewin has scored in his last two away games.
  • The striker (4) is Everton’s top scorer on the road this season.
  • Five of Calvert-Lewin’s seven league goals have been scored with his right foot.

Chelsea v Bournemouth – Sunday @ 16:00

Chelsea’s midweek win over Brighton put them in pole position to seal sixth place ahead of Newcastle (away at Brentford) and Man Utd (away at Brighton). And they could even sneak into fifth should they win and Spurs lose at Sheffield Utd.