16:00 Sunday

Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa

2pts Ollie Watkins at 15/8 (Sky Bet)

Relegation is settled, the title all but confirmed, the top four is wrapped up so apart from the jostle for the remaining European spots, the Premier League is pretty much all tied up. 

The good news is, there are still some personal accolades to shoot for. 

Ollie Watkins is a goal away from hitting 20 for the season, already his best top flight tally, and with more than twice as many assists as he has ever hit in his league career (13), he must be in the running for Player of the Year. 

He won’t catch Erling Haaland and the Golden Boot but some goals at Selhurst Park might put him in the mix for POTY

16:00 Sunday

Manchester City vs West Ham 

Erling Haaland at 2/5 (bet365)

Six goals clear of Cole Palmer and the chasing pack, Erling Haaland has pretty much won the Golden Boot

He won it last term with 36 goals and even though he missed a large part of this season, he won’t be happy with his return. 

The frontman is currently on 27, three shy of a nice, round 30. He hit a brace against Tottenham in tetchy circumstances and four against nothing-to-play-for-Wolves. I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see him sign off with a hattrick, his fourth of the season, this Sunday. 

At ⅖, his price is painfully short so I will not be taking it as a single but in an acca I don’t see why it should be excluded. 

16:00 Sunday

Chelsea vs Bournemouth

2pts Dominic Solanke at 15/8 (Betfair, Paddy Power)

This game isn’t a complete dead rubber, Chelsea vying for European football host Bournemouth who harbour hopes of a top half finish

The Blues uptick has thrust them into contention and this form is thanks to their frontline who seem hellbent on outsourcing the opposition. 

Chelsea have conceded 61 times this term and averaged almost two a game since the turn of the year.

Bournemouth will get chances and Donimic Solanke looks a great price to take one. 

The frontman is one shy of the 20 goal mark and will be keen to cap off a fine season.