NICK HARRISON: City weren’t convincing at all on Monday with Aguero and Sterling looking totally off the pace. Guardiola needs a real-good Pep talk at ten to three tomorrow otherwise The Seagulls could spring a surprise. 1-2

TOM NORRIS: City weren’t at their best on Monday, but got the job done. Brighton will want to go out with a bang, but it will be the visitors’ celebrating in style at 5pm. 0-4

DAN HEALD: A home win is priced at 16/1 and I wouldn’t be tempted even at that price. After City’s Champions League disappointment, the league title has taken on even more importance for Guardiola. Expect City to finish with a flourish. 0-3


NH: Have Arsenal improved post-Wenger? I’m not really convinced they have. There’s so much wrong with their defence and midfield and Burnley should exploit those frailties tomorrow. 2-1

TN: Will Arsenal care about this one enough to pick up a positive result? Their focus has been on the Europa League for a while. Burnley will fancy this. 1-1

DH: With a top four spot looking likely just a few weeks ago, Arsenal have since hit the self-destruct button. Burnley recovered well after a dismal start to the season and can grind out a point. 1-1


NH: Everyone’s saying Zaha will move on so it will be interesting to see how he performs in what could be his Selhurst Park swansong. Palace don’t play well at home so it could be worth backing up-and-down Bournemouth. 2-3

TN: The shackles are off for both teams and this could be a real end of season cracker. Zaha and Wilson will have fun on the final day. 2-2

DH: Palace’s season has been too disjointed to be called a success, but they’re at least playing with a bit more flair now. Bournemouth are still defensively suspect but are finishing strongly and there could be goals aplenty here. 2-2


NH: Time for Newcastle to have a real go with Rondon and Perez on the scoresheet in Fulham’s top-flight finale. 1-2

TN: Newcastle had a right good go at Liverpool and looked better for it. If they do that at Fulham they could win, but the hosts will want to sign off in style. 2-2

DH: The travelling Geordies will hope this isn’t Rafa’s Swansong and that he’ll commit to a new deal soon. Each of Fulham’s last three games have ended in a one-nil scoreline, and I’ll back the visitors to win by the same margin. 0-1


NH: The Foxes have been good lately put I feel they let themselves down at City. They have to chance to put things right but Chelsea won’t make it easy. 2-2

TN: A draw at West Ham, victory over Chelsea and defeat to Man City. You don’t know what you’ll get from the Foxes. Chelsea have made the top-four so the pressure is off. 1-1

DH: Leicester look to be in the ascendancy under Rodgers and Foxes fans can look forward to some attractive football next season. Conversely, Sarri’s Chelsea days look numbered irrespective of their top-four finish and potential Europa League success. 2-1


NH: Liverpool have more than played their part in an amazing title race. It was great to see them produce the comeback of all comebacks over Barca but even a win at home to Wolves won’t stop City. 3-1

TN: There’s something special about European nights at Anfield and the home fans will be looking to emulate Tuesday’s atmosphere by roaring their side on to what is hoped will be another memorable win tomorrow. 4-2

DH: The Anfield faithful were Liverpool’s 12th man in their annihilation of Barcelona and the famous old ground will be rocking again. It’s been a brilliant campaign for Klopp’s men who, in most other seasons, would have cantered to the title. 3-1


NH: All the pundits are saying United must build a team around Pogba. But I’d cash in on a player that can be just as bad as he is good. Back young McTominay to net again against Warnock’s men. 3-1

TN: Injuries have blighted Solskjaer since he became permanent boss, but this United squad is poor. A lot of those playing might not be at Old Trafford next season and they need to say farewell properly. 3-0

DH: United’s season has ended with a whimper rather than a bang and Solskjaer has massive rebuilding job on his hands this summer. Spirited Cardiff will want to go down fighting, but a Mata goal could settle this one. 2-1


NH: Time for the Saints fans to sit back and enjoy this. King Ralph has played a blinder on the south coast. He’s even got Shane Long scoring again. 3-1

TN: The Saints will be glad when the season is over after battling with the drop for so long. Can they raise their game one last time against a Huddersfield team heading for the Championship? 3-2

DH: The rigours of a successful survival battle have taken a toll on Southampton, but expect Hasenhuttl to drag out one last performance. 2-1


NH: The new ground hasn’t exactly been home, sweet home for Spurs. For Everton, it’s a test to prove whether they are capable of mixing it with the big boys next season. I think this will be pretty drab. 1-0

TN: No Son, no Kane, no home win? Tottenham will be glad when their league campaign is over, while Everton have struck a good balance of late. 1-1

DH: After losing 13 times this season, Spurs are fortunate to still be in the top four. Expect their midweek Champions League exertions to have an effect and the Toffees to sign off with a point. 1-1


NH: Plenty to play for with FA Cup final places up for grabs at Vicarage Road. The Hammers are no two games the same so it has to be a home win. 2-1

TN: Will Gracia opt to rest his big guns for the FA Cup final? If he does the Hammers will proper. Arnautovic will want to impress in what could well be a farewell. 1-2

DH: Javi Gracia’s done sterling work at Watford and his side are well deserving of a top-half finish this season. It’s been a mixed bag for the inconsistent Hammers, but I’ll back Arnautovic to inspire a third successive victory. 1-2

SCORES SO FAR: Dan Heald 284; Tom Norris 257; Nick Harrison 255.