The Premiership reaches its final Saturday with only one real issue to be settled. Who is going down to the Championship with already relegated Burnley and QPR.
The odds are on Hull City to join them as they need to get something out of their last home game with Manchester United.
Manager Steve Bruce has not enjoyed much Lipoqq success against his former club and with a clearly out-of-sorts West Ham United the visitors at Newcastle, it would seem the Magpies are going to survive at the expense of the Tigers.
Sunderland have survived and will take their foot off the pedal to lose at Chelsea, Man City should beat Southampton and Stoke to beat Liverpool.
Saturday, 23 May 2015
Arsenal 2 v West Brom 0
Aston Villa 1 v Burnley 1
Chelsea 2 v Sunderland 0
Crystal Palace 2 v Swansea 1
Everton 2 v Tottenham 1
Hull 1 v Man Utd 3
Leicester 2 v QPR 1
Man City 3 v Southampton 2
Newcastle 0 v West Ham 0
Stoke 2 v Liverpool 0
PNE Clear Favs – Little To Separate Other Play-Off Finalists
Preston North End will start this weekend’s League One play-off final as clear favourites, whilst bet365 are finding it tougher to separate the teams in the Championship/League Two Wembley showpieces.
bet365’s Steve Freeth “The twin threat of Garner and Beckford are more than capable of causing havoc at Wembley, but Mark Cooper’s easy on the eye outfit will fancy their chances of extending Preston’s poor play-off record.”
Preston are also fancied to be the top scoring side over the three play-off clashes with Norwich v Middlesbrough rated at 13/8 to be the highest scoring game and bet365 quoting 11/10 about any final being decided by …Read more