Plenty of sport on offer today , two emails for subscribers and with a top ranked selection at odds of 6.0 that I am super confident about, it doesn't have to win, but I think it will and odds are just fantastic.
Last day of Premier league football and you can read very basic notes about two of the games below, they are not standard previews, far from it, but you have samples of several thousand of those on here and the GOWI blog anyway, so sometimes we can go low key.
Final round and not an awful lot at stake for a change, that might result in goals, the 13 games that have taken place in the last eight days have seen 10 go "over" and a couple got a little wild and there are some today with that potential, but we have not seen a huge amount of that on final day in recent campaigns. The last five seasons , which is 50 games, producing 54% home wins/ 22% draws/ 24% aways and whilst there has been just one scoreless game, only 58% have gone "over" which is not what we tend to see from other leagues on this day, or particularly high from a PL producing goals anyway at the rate of 2.77 pg .
Most of the fixtures leave me cold, if not in terms of the actual game, then odds wise, but the Manchester United- Crystal Palace has been made backable, by United's huge number of draws and defensive approach. However, they are guaranteed to finish 6th and have an Europa League final in midweek and will rest a number of first teamers and Jose Mourinho has indicated he will blood a number of youngsters and indicated that Joel Pereira, Kieran O'Hara, Scott McTominay, Josh Harrop, Matthew Willock and Zachary Dearnley will be involved, maybe also 16-year-old Angel Gomes and all were named in the 23 man/boy squad. Whatever way Mouringho goes, it is surely time to throw the shackles off.
Palace are safe and can play with freedom and their away games have anyway featured few draws and averaged 3.44 goals
1.5 units "over" 3 goals 2.58 asian line/Sportmarket .
Man United squad : Pereira, O'Hara, Valencia, Darmian, Jones, Mitchell, Fosu-Mensah, Tuanzebe, Olosunde, Bailly, Carrick, Herrera, Dearnley, Lingard, Mata, Gomes, McTominay, Mkhitaryan, Harrop, Willock, Martial, Rashford, Rooney.
Crystal Palace squad : Hennessey, Speroni, Mandanda, Kelly, Schlupp, Van Aanholt, Delaney, Tomkins, Fryers, Milivojevic, Flamini, McArthur, Cabaye, Zaha, Puncheon, Benteke, Campbell, Lee, Ledley, Sako.
Also, if one team is going to really cut loose again it feels as likely to be Tottenham Hotspur as anyone else , they scored six at Leicester City in midweek, with Harry Kane notching four of them, which has all but secured the top scorer award for him, if he wants to seal the deal, or end the campaign in style, he might have his eye out for another goal or two today. This could additionally be the last time that some of this group will be together with Kane and Dele Alli sure to be on many team's wish list and they will be "underpaid" at Spurs, with the Tottenham wage bill a whopping £100m per year less than at some of the other big 6 clubs.
Anyway, they visit already relegated Hull City who have conceded six to fellow relegation threatened teams in Sunderland and Palace without reply in their last two starts and today are without key players including Evandro, Harry Maguire and Abel Hernandez , with Will Keane, Lazar Markovic, Ryan Mason, David Meyler and Moses Odubajo (pictured when he was at a good club !) already sidelined. City are 0-4-9 without Hernandez, failing to score in 8, including the last three and they have not won since the second game of the season ( 5 defeats, two draws) in the seven subsequent games that Maguire has sat out. If Tottenham win, it will probably be by a comfortable margin and the visitors eight away wins have all come against teams outside the top 7, six by two or more goals, four by at least three goals . 0-3/1-4 ?
1.25 units Tottenham -1.75 goals 2.33 asian line/Sportmarket.