Published: Sun, May 06, 2018
Sports | By Phillip Butler

Four Premier League games at 10am ET

Four Premier League games at 10am ET

Instead of filling their coffers from the off-the-scale TV revenues and fixtures against some of the biggest clubs in the world, Sunderland will next year be playing Accrington Stanley and Fleetwood.

We've done our research and here are our five picks this week. "That's what they've done since we've been here and because of that we're still well within the fight".

And in the other games, Watford hosted Newcastle United with both safe and West Ham looked to mathematically secure their own Premier League place against Leicester City.

Replacing Alan Pardew just weeks ago, Darren Moore may not be able to keep West Brom up but the manager has worked wonders.

Claude Puel's men have taken just a single point from the last 12 available, and as I've already mentioned they come into this game on the back of a 5-0 mauling at Crystal Palace.

West Brom were certainly relegated with a game left as they welcomed Tottenham to the Hawthorns.

The Swans could find themselves in the bottom three come the end of Saturday should Southampton beat Everton with Saints just a point behind.

A win for Antonio Conte's side will move them to within three points of Liverpool with a game in hand.

The Welsh club face 18th placed Southampton next Tuesday in arguably their most important game of the season, but will first need a positive result against the Cherries if they are to pull off the great escape for a second season in a row.

Sunderland's precipitous plunge from top-flight to third tier in successive seasons will have sent shock waves through the Premier League, where nearly half the teams go into the final weeks of the season still haunted by the spectre of relegation.

We expect Swansea manager Carlos Carvalhal to play for the draw and we're backing the Portuguese manager to get it.

Swansea are away to Bournemouth and Southampton take on Everton at Goodison Park, while West Ham have a tricky trip to Leicester.

"Back-to-back results is massive at any stage of the season because invariably it shoves you up the table", Southampton manager Mark Hughes said.

That game will have big ramifications for who finishes in the top four. "We played a good game and picked up a point no one expected".

With the accumulator coming to 413.62/1, placing a €2 bet down - which is less than the cheapest fare on Dublin Bus - could see you walk away with a tidy €827.24 profit.

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