Newcastle v Arsenal
The Gunners are in fine form, having won 7 of their last 9 league games, including their last 4 on the road. They haven't won 5 on the road since 2004 but that's not going to phase them against Newcastle, who they beat 7-3 earlier this season.
4:00pm - Sky Sports 1
Tottenham v Sunderland
Paolo Di Canio has threatened to reduce his players' holidays if they don't perform "with dignity". Andre Villas-Boas must field an attacking side as they go for the win and that will probably mean Dembele will start, even though he is not fully fit.
4:00pm - Sky Sports 2
Chelsea v Everton
John Terry is a doubt after failing a late fitness test ahead of the 2-1 Europa League final win over Benfica. That won't stop him from celebrating if the Blues can clinch third place during David Moyes and Phil Neville's last ever game at Everton.
West Brom v Manchester United
After an emotional Old Trafford farewell last time out, Sir Alex Ferguson will take charge of his final Manchester United game. He will want to end on a high and the players will be desperate to see their manager sign off with one last victory.
Premier League Top 4 Finish
A win for Arsenal is enough for them to qualify for the Champions League and could enter into a play-off for third with Chelsea if the Blues draw with Everton and the Gunners win 1-0. Anything else but 3 pts could mean Spurs take fourth.
Price going out / Drifting
Price coming in / Shortening
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Bet In Play
Today's Football TrebleArsenal, Chelsea & Tottenham all to win11/4 3.75
Today's Goalscorer DoubleGareth Bale & Theo Walcott to score at anytime4/1 5.00
Where's The Money Going?
Newcastle v Arsenal96% Arsenal4/7 1.572% Newcastle4/1 5.001% Draw10/3 4.33
Tottenham v Sunderland97% Tottenham2/7 1.282% Sunderland9/1 10.001% Draw9/2 5.50
West Brom v Man Utd59% West Brom10/3 4.3341% Man Utd4/5 1.800% Draw13/5 3.60
Chelsea v Everton55% Chelsea7/10 1.7037% Everton4/1 5.008% Draw13/5 3.60
Liverpool v QPR61% Liverpool1/4 1.2537% QPR11/1 12.001% Draw9/2 5.50
Man City v Norwich96% Man City3/10 1.303% Norwich10/1 11.000% Draw4/1 5.00