There won’t be much final-day drama in the Premier League, with most of the major issues all-but wrapped up.
Manchester City are comfortable champions, with Manchester United and Tottenham safely in behind them in the top four, while West Brom and Stoke are already relegated.
Swansea will join them in the Championship, barring a win for them, defeat for Southampton, and a nine-goal swing – with a solitary point for Liverpool at home to Brighton likely to be enough to secure them Champions League football over Chelsea.
Southampton v Man City
Manchester City have already broken the record for the most Premier League wins, points, and goals in one campaign – and could be the first team to break the 100-point mark should they beat Southampton on Sunday.
City have blitzed all in front of them this term, and already look lightyears ahead of the competition for next year too.
Southampton aren’t mathematically safe, but it would take something special for them to go down from here.
Victory over Swansea on Tuesday means the Swans must beat Stoke, while the Saints lose by a nine-goal margin in this one. (Incidentally – a 9-0 City win is 500/1).
I can’t see City slipping up here, however.
With the pressure off Southampton, they could lose a bit of the defensive solidity of the past few weeks – and Pep Guardiola’s men may want to put on a show.
Tottenham v Leicester
This game only has one thing riding on it – whether Harry Kane can make it a hat-trick of Premier League Golden Boots.
The Spurs man sits three goals behind Mo Salah at the top of the rankings, though not for a lack of trying. He has taken more shots than anyone else in the league this season as he chases down the award – and expect his Tottenham teammates to try their best to get their main man plenty more chances on Sunday.
Kane smashed seven goals in his final two matches last year to claim the Golden Boot – with four of those coming against Leicester.
Up against the same team at Wembley, I think we could see a similar glut.
Back a Harry Kane hat-trick at 9/1.