14:00 Sunday

Aston Villa vs Palace – BTTS

Steven Gerrard’s men were narrowly beaten by title challengers Liverpool in their last outing (2-1) and Palace notched a narrow 1-0 victory over Watford. Neither of these sides have anything to play for with only league position up for grabs. These sides on paper seem evenly matched with just one point separating them in the table. In the past two meetings between these sides both teams have scored on two consecutive occasions.

14:00 Sunday

Man City to beat West Ham

Manchester City will know that a victory here will all but secure the title with only a home game at the Etihad against Aston Villa remaining. They were flawless against Wolves with the midfield maestro Kevin De Bruyne finding the net four times. West Ham can be proud of their season overall however recently their squad has been stretched from their deep run into the Europa League semi-finals. At one point they looked in contention for a top 4 finish however they’ve now dropped into seventh place. They might give Man City a stern test however Guardiola’s men should have more than enough quality to come out with the three points in this one. 

14:00 Sunday

Wolves to beat Norwich and over 2.5 goals

Wolves take on Championship bound Norwich in their final game of this season at Molineux and will surely look to put on an impressive performance in front of their loyal support in the midlands. Norwich have conceded 15 goals in their past five games which is why we have chosen a match result with an over 2.5 goals angle. Even with a victory here Wolves cannot finish in a European spot however they will still be keen to finish the season on a high. 

16:30 Sunday

Everton or Draw vs Brentford

Our final selection of this Super Sunday Acca sees Lampard’s battling Evertonians welcome Brentford to Goodison Park. A win in this one could see them take a massive step in the race for survival having played one game less than their fellow relegation rivals Leeds and Burnley. Since their defeat to Burnley, Everton have battled to huge wins against Chelsea, Man Utd and Leicester and draws against Watford and Leicester. We can see Everton winning this one, especially being driven on by the partisan home crowd however for a safer bet we’ve opted for Everton double chance.