Berbatov predicts how things will turn out on the last day.

The last day of the Premier League season has almost arrived with battles for the European qualification unfolding over time.

With Manchester City crowned champion and the second place reserved for Manchester United, it is up to Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester City to withdraw for the last two places in the Champions League.

West Ham, Tottenham and Everton, meanwhile, are pushing for places in the Europa League, with Arsenal also still in the account.

Like always, Ambassador Betfair Dimitar Berbatov preview the action for Metro.co.uk.

Leicester v Tottenham

It’s a huge game for Leicester, they still have a slim chance of getting into the top four but they will need Liverpool to drop points. They just need to focus on their own work and get the three points.


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All eyes will be on Harry Kane (Photo: Getty)

I can see this one is an entertaining game and given what is at stake for Leicester I can see them being quite open which will leave room for Spurs to attack with their pace. Prediction: 3-3.

Betfair Exchange odds: Leicester 11/10, Draw 100/30, Tottenham 5/2

Wolves vs. Man United

United will be making a lot of changes to the squad with the Europa League final coming up. This game is not a priority for them and I expect some young players to have an opportunity. Wolves have announced that this will be Nuno’s last game, so I expect they will want to put on a show for him in front of their own fans to give him a good start. Prediction 1-1.

Betfair Exchange odds: Wolves 113/8, Draw 14/5, Man United 7/4

West Ham v Southampton

Ahh what happened to West Ham! They can’t qualify for the Champions League, I was on my way for them. I had such high hopes. They can confirm a place in the Europa League and they’ll want to end the season on a high, so I’ll be backing them in this one. Prediction: 3-1.


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West Ham is still fighting for Europe (Photo: Getty)

Betfair Exchange odds: West Ham 4/5, Draw 16/5, Southampton 4/1

Sheffield United v Burnley

How did Sheffield United beat Everton last time !? The Premier League is crazy, man. This is Sheffield United’s last game in the Premier League and their home fans will be there to cheer them on, so I expect them to try well. But Burnley aren’t an easy team to beat when they’re on the road, so I can see this one is a draw. Prediction: 2-2.

Betfair Exchange odds: Sheff United 2/1, Draw 14/5, Burnley 6/4

Liverpool v Crystal Palace

Overall it has been a bad season for Liverpool but in their last games they have stayed together and played as a team showing us that their unit is still there. They put in a good winning streak which put them in an incredible position to secure Champions League football which didn’t seem likely a few months ago.

They’re going to do anything to win this one, but Roy Hodgson is returning to his old club in his last game, so there could be a twist. Prediction: 3-2.

Betfair Exchange Odds: Liverpool 2/11, Draw 8/1, Crystal Palace 19/1


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Liverpool are still fighting for Champions League qualification (Picture: Getty)

Fulham vs. Newcastle

I’m sad to see my old team drop out of the Premier League but they have to be positive before the summer and next season hopefully they can end on a high note with a win. They’ll want to go out with a bang and say we’ll be back. They produced great football, but sometimes football is cruel. Prediction: 2-1.

Betfair Exchange odds: Fulham 6/5, Draw 3/1, Newcastle 5/2

Leeds vs. West Brom

Leeds can be very proud of the season they have had, they have been the hardest working team in the league and it has shown, that a newly promoted team to finish where they are is a great achievement. They are already looking forward to next season and the fans will be right behind them for this one, so I can only see this game one way. Prediction: 4-0.

Betfair Exchange odds: Leeds 1/2, Draw 9/2, West Brom 11/2

Arsenal v Brighton

Arsenal had a good win last time around and there is a good chance for them to finish above Spurs and they will think about it for sure. They have a good chance of winning this game and putting a miserable season behind them. Prediction 2-1.

Betfair Exchange odds: Arsenal 5/8, Draw 7/2, Brighton 9/2


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Can Arsenal keep their solid finish? (Photo: Getty)

Aston Villa v Chelsea

Aston Villa had a nice win against Spurs last time around, but I think Chelsea will be too strong for them here. It’s the last game of the season and I’m sure the Villa Boys will have their minds on the beach or the Euros so they won’t want to risk anything in this one. Chelsea could still come out of the top four, so they’ll want to get the job done. Prediction: 1-3.

Betfair Exchange odds: Aston Villa 6/1, Draw 4/1, Chelsea 8/15

Man City v Everton

I don’t know how City managed to lose last time around, I know they had ten men, but those ten men had enough quality as eleven! I’m sure they’ll want to end the season with a win, especially as the Champions League final draws near. Everton have also been poor recently. Prediction: 2-0.

Betfair Exchange Odds: Man City 1/2, Draw 9/2, Everton 7/1

West Ham, Leeds and Arsenal Dimitar Berbatov’s top picks to win is a combined odds of 3/1 on the Betfair Sportsbook here https://www.betfair.com/sport/football/english-premier-league/10932509

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