Players Linked With Liverpool

Players Linked With Liverpool

City will finish third if it prevails over Watford next Sunday in the EPL season's final match.

The Gunners' sixth victory in their last seven games leaves them in fifth place, one point behind fourth-placed Liverpool and three adrift of third-placed Manchester City. At the opposite end of the table, relegation for Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Hull City means we won't even be able to settle down to any ridiculously overhyped "Survival Sunday" drama, either.

The calculations for the range of money that remains available to pocket was undertaken by Talksport and were correct prior to Tuesday evenings fixtures, so with that wriggle room in place, errors are their own.

28 years ago, Arsenal and Liverpool battled out perhaps the most thrilling final day in the modern history of English football.

Can Arsenal once again make the top-four?

Three points on Sunday will ensure that Liverpool can conduct positive transfer business and enjoy a progressive preseason before opening the 2017/18 Premier League in style in August. Arsenal's is the most hard path of these three teams, but in some ways it's also the simplest.

In fourth place with 73 points, the Reds need a win over Middlesbrough, who were recently relegated, to stay.

The decision to replace Aitor Karanka with Steve Agnew obviously didn't work and it will be interesting to see how much fight Boro display here following a long, frustrating season.

"As I said, you do your best and you win your game - whatever happens elsewhere is not in our hands so as if we win our game, we can go to the dressing room and watch what is going to happen".

Fourth place: If Arsenal draws 1-1 with Everton and Liverpool loses 2-0 to Middlesbrough, both clubs would finish behind City with the same number of points and goal difference (+31). If Liverpool loses by two and Arsenal draw to our Merseyside counterparts a 39th game would have to be played.

Arsenal vs Everton at the Emirates. Of course, if head-to-head records counted, Arsenal would lose out to the Reds having lost 4-3 and 3-1 against Jurgen Klopp's team.

I expect Chelsea, with their players, the rested ones will play and I think they will be miles ahead of Sunderland.

Will Jose Mourinho's gamble pay off at Manchester United?

Their main issue this season has been underperforming at home, and with players being rested Palace look monster value here at 5/2 with bet365. For this reason, the above betting company feels they are underdogs going into the game and they will be available at odds of (6.50) to complete a double over their hosts.