Man Utd to beat Bournemouth (Sun 3pm),
Man City to beat Swansea (Sun 3pm),
Brighton to beat Sheff Wed (Mon 7.45pm).
The treble is available at odds of 4/1 with Betfred
Man Utd v Bournemouth
Fifth-placed Man Utd need to win on Sunday to stand any chance of qualifying for the Champions League next season. They could even finish as low as seventh and miss out on European football altogether if Liverpool win the Europa League. They will be keen to extend their 10-match unbeaten run at Old Trafford (W7, D3) ahead of next weekend's FA Cup Final at Wembley. United have the best defensive record in the division at home this season. Bournemouth have lost five of their last seven matches (W1, D1) and, having secured their survival in the top-flight, manager Eddie Howe is expected to rotate his squad for the trip to Old Trafford on the final day of the Premier League season.
Swansea v Man City
Swansea have hit form at the end of the season but, with a mid-table finish guaranteed, they are expected to rest several players ahead of Euro 2016 this Summer. They are currently 19 points behind Man City on the Premier League table. Man City need at least a point on Sunday to confirm their place in the Champions League play-offs next season. The quality in their squad should really have secured that long ago and it should also be enough to beat an under-strength Swansea side with nothing to play for. Man City have won every one of their last five meetings with Swansea. Sergio Aguero has scored in each of his last six Premier League matches and, with the Golden Boot still a possibility, he could secure three important points for Man City on Sunday.
Brighton v Sheff Wed
Brighton finished the regular season 15 points ahead of Sheffield Wednesday on the Championship league table but their 2-0 defeat at Hillsborough has left them with a difficult task to keep their promotion hopes alive. They do, however, have reason to remain optimistic. Brighton have won 15 of their 20 home matches this season (D2, L3 - with all three defeats coming in an unhappy period one week either side of Christmas). No Championship side scored more goals than Brighton and they have conceded a total of just three goals in their last seven home games (scored 17). Wednesday were also reliant on their home form to get them into the play-offs this season. Away from Hillsborough they have won just four of their last 18 matches in all competitions (D6, L8). They can afford to lose by one goal on Monday and, on that basis, odds of 11/8 seem generous for a home win.
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