Man City vs West Ham - 16:00 Sunday

Erling Haaland to Score 2+ Goals

Advised Bet: 1pt @ 8/5 Betfred

Man City’s task to claim a historic fourth successive Premier League crown is simple – beat West Ham at the Etihad. Pep Guardiola’s group have taken top honours in each of their last eight league dates, notching a minimum of four goals in six of those eight victories. A similar haul on Sunday wouldn’t be a huge surprise considering the Hammers’ defensive data. 

Despite occupying a top-half position, West Ham have shipped at least three goals in 10 of their 18 away days, giving up an average of 2.20 Expected Goals (xG) on their travels. Only three sides have a worse defensive record this term and the Irons have leaked 3+ goals in five of their seven trips to teams above them in the Premier League standings.

With that in-mind, the 8/5 on Betfred (2.60) on Erling Haaland to Score 2+ Goals has to hold appeal. The Norwegian is on the cusp of securing back-to-back Golden Boot awards and comes into this contest having scored seven times in City’s last four triumphs, firing just one blank in his most recent six EPL appearances for the Citizens. 

Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa - 16:00 Sunday

Michael Olise to Score or Assist

Advised Bet: 1pt @ 5/6 Paddy Power

Crystal Palace are concluding the Premier League campaign in fine form (W5-D1-L0). Oliver Glasner’s group have plundered 18 goals in their most recent seven showdowns, generating an Expected Goals (xG) output of 1.78 xG per-game across their six-match unbeaten sequence. That includes commanding victories over Man Utd, Newcastle and Liverpool.

The triumvirate of Jean-Philippe Mateta, Ebere Eze and Michael Olise have proven particularly eye-catching in the Palace forwardline as the Eagles transition towards a more proactive and attack-minded style, and Olise appears drastically underrated in the relevant goal markets ahead of Sunday’s clash against Aston Villa at Selhurst Park.

With Villa potentially hungover from their midweek celebrations, Palace have attracted plenty of interest this weekend, yet Olise remains an attractive 5/6 (1.83) on Paddy Power to Score or Assist. The 22-year-old has scored in eight of 13 EPL starts this season (10 goals in total), adding five assists, with our preferred play landing in 9/13 starts, including 5/6 at Selhurst Park.

Liverpool vs Wolves - 16:00 Sunday

Harvey Elliott to Score or Assist

Advised Bet: 1pt @ 1/1 bet365

Jurgen Klopp will say his goodbyes to Liverpool FC and Anfield on Sunday as the 56-year-old brings the curtain down on a trophy-laden nine-year spell on Merseyside. The Reds’ Premier League finale against Wolves promises to be an emotional affair and I’m expecting the hosts to do all they can to sign the German off in style. 

The markets are expecting a minimum of three goals for Liverpool, a feat achieved by the Reds in 12 of their previous 18 home league dates this term. Klopp’s charges have smashed seven goals across matches with Aston Villa and Tottenham over the past fortnight and look well-capable of following suit against a Wolves side that appears to have checked-out.

If Liverpool do rack up the goals, Harvey Elliott to Score or Assist at 1/1 (2.00) on bet365 deserves a second-look. The 21-year-old is finishing with a flourish, landing the bounty in three of his past four starts – that includes shot hauls of 4-4-4-0, highlighting his final-third threat, as well as posting an impressive 1.80 Expected Goals (xG) and Expected Assists (xA) output.