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Check out our predictions for Matchweek 39 below.

Arsenal v Everton

The Gunners have it all to play for with the title on the line but they’ll need assistance from West Ham at the Etihad – more on that clash in a moment.

Mikel Arteta will instruct his side to simply do their job and given their impressive form, home record, and the fact they beat the Toffees 4-0 at the Emirates in the corresponding fixture last season, it seems likely the hosts will keep Manchester City honest until the last.

Sean Dyche’s men have kept 13 clean sheets in the league this term, a tally only bettered by Arsenal, and that statistic hints at a low-scoring affair.

It would be quite something if the visitors were to hold out for a 0-0 draw but we’re inclined to back the favourites in this one.

Our Prediction: 2-0 to Arsenal

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Brighton v Manchester United

The Red Devils’ only win since the start of April was their 4-2 victory over bottom-of-the-league Sheffield United at Old Trafford that wasn’t without its hairy moments.

They did get past Coventry via a penalty shootout in the FA Cup but that performance provoked more criticism than half their defeats.

It feels like the last days of Erik ten Hag’s tenure and the Dutchman hasn’t been helped by a succession of detrimental injuries.

The Seagulls looked on the beach in April but a win over Aston Villa and a draw at St James’ Park this month represents a upturn of sorts.

Both these sides will be action tonight and their respective meetings with Chelsea and Newcastle may give Score Predictor users more clues as to how Sunday’s game on the south coast will play out.

For now, though…

Our Prediction: 2-2 draw

GettyMan United’s performances have been under the microscope of late[/caption]

Chelsea v Bournemouth

The Cherries should be fresher having had the whole week to prepare for this match-up while Mauricio Pochettino has had to plan for an away day to Brighton before anything else.

That being said, Chelsea are finishing the season in fine style having won their last three games, scoring ten goals in the process.

More broadly, only Man City and Arsenal have earned more points than the Blues from their last ten league games.

Bournemouth have punched well above their weight after an initial wobble under Andoni Iraola but defeats to Arsenal and Brentford have put their top-half finish in jeopardy.

The reverse fixture ended 0-0 but the final day should encourage a more entertaining affair and we’re inclined to back the in-form hosts.

Our Prediction: 3-2 to Chelsea

GettyChelsea’s results have picked up in the final third of the season[/caption]

Liverpool v Wolves

This is a surprisingly common last-day fixture for whatever reason but the narrative focus will entirely revolve around Jurgen Klopp’s final game in charge of the Reds.

One expects the hosts will be motivated to give their long-serving gaffer a proper send-off and the Anfield faithful couldn’t have asked for more favourable opposition given the visitors’ form.

Only Sheffield United and Luton have earned fewer points than Gary O’Neil’s side in their last ten outings.

Liverpool may have fallen away in the title race but even at this late stage they boast the best home record in the top flight.

Klopp’s troops won 3-1 at Molineux back in September and we reckon a repeat is on the cards.

Our Prediction: 3-1 to Liverpool

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Manchester City v West Ham

Arsenal fans will be hoping the likes of Jarrod Bowen and Mohammed Kudus can conjure up some magic but all the evidence points to a title-sealing home win.

Pep Guardiola’s trophy-hoarding machine hasn’t lost since early December (the second leg against Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-final was technically a draw) and most neutrals expect them to once again get over the line.

The recent history of this fixture is extremely one-sided with the Hammers’ last win over Man City in the league coming in 2015.

Since then, City have won 13 and drawn the other three meetings.

West Ham beat Luton last time out but recent losses to Chelsea (5-0) and Crystal Palace (5-2) suggest their defence is in no shape to resist Erling Haaland, Phil Foden and company.

Our Prediction: 4-1 to Man City

GettyMan City will claim their fourth consecutive league title with a win over West Ham[/caption]

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