Sunday Night Premier League Final Day Multi
As the Premier League season draws to a close, we've picked out a mouth-watering $72* five-leg multi!
Southampton v Huddersfield
I’ve thrown in a banker to start with.
Yes, Huddersfield secured a point against a woeful, woeful Manchester United side last weekend, but Southampton will beat them at St. Mary’s.
The Saints have won three of their last five matches on home soil—scoring 11 times—and will beat this hapless Terriers outfit at a canter.
Burnley v Arsenal
Arsenal’s Premier League away form is bad at the best of times, so with a Europa League final to prepare for—and a top-four finish out of the question—I’m fairly confident Burnley will beat them at Turf Moor.
The Gunners have lost three of their last four on the road in the Prem; The Clarets have two wins from three at home. The hosts will fancy their chances against a side who played a tough 90 minutes of football in Spain on Thursday.
Leicester v Chelsea
My third and final pick is a very similar story. Chelsea’s 120-minute Europa League semi-final with Eintracht Frankfurt was mentally and physically gruelling, so Maurizio Sarri will not be taking any chances whatsoever against Leicester ahead of their meeting with Arsenal.
The Foxes have won four of their last five at The King Power—including a dominant victory against Arsenal last time out—which should cause plenty of problems for this Chelsea side who have lost five of their last eight Premier League away games.
Liverpool vs. Wolves
I backed Sadio Mane to score against Barcelona in Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino’s absence—only for Gini Wijnaldum and Divock Origi to steal the headlines—but the Senegalese forward won’t be kept quiet for long, so I’m expecting him to find the net this time around.
Unbelievably, Mane has scored in eight of Liverpool’s last nine Premier League home matches, while Wolves haven’t kept an away clean sheet in 14 matches.
Brighton vs. Man City
Unfortunately Liverpool fans, I do think Manchester City will win. They’ve had three fairly nervy 1-0 victories in their last four matches, but the champions have shown they can deal with pressure – and lots of it.
There is too much quality and steel in this City side for them to falter now, which is why I’m backing them to win and under 2.5 goals to be scored, at a very generous 3.80. Brighton haven’t lost to City by more than a couple of goals since their promotion, which is why I expect the visitors to put in an ugly, but ultimately Premier League-winning display on Sunday