Final four rounds of fixtures are here! We are well on our way into the business end of the season now! The North-London Derby will surely highlight the weekend, but the relegation scraps and the title race are all still worthy of our attention and interest!

Saturday 27 April

42/10 West Ham | Draw 37/10 | Liverpool 5/10 (13:30)

Liverpool’s quality is undeniable and when you consider the changes Jurgen Klopp is seemingly happy to make – I can’t see how they drop points here. They should create enough opportunities against a really static West Ham side who struggle to find consistency too.

Liverpool win.

1/1 Wolves | Draw 26/10 | Luton 24/10 (16:00)

Gary O’Neil will know that these sorts of games are massive for Wolves. The home side is somewhat lacking in form at the moment, they have struggled in the League since the FA Cup game with Coventry, and now face a Luton side happy to throw the kitchen sink at it.

I don’t really trust either side, so both teams scoring seems the right play for me.

19/20 Fulham | Draw 51/20 | C Palace 51/20 (16:00)

Palace are absolutely flying at the moment, aren’t they? Their confidence is unmatched, and their attacking prowess is riddled with quality and poise. When you consider the fact that Fulham have shown bursts of improvement but struggle to put games to bed – it’s difficult to see anything other than a Palace win here.

2/9 Newcastle | Draw 56/10 | Sheffield 9/1 (16:00)

Newcastle is starting to find a bit of form again, and I suppose they deserve to end the season like this after their mesmerizing start. I know I still romanticize their early start – but it was brilliant to watch!

Sheffield won’t roll over here, but I don’t think they can do much else. Back the home win.

9/20 Manchester United | Draw 39/10 | Burnley 46/10 (16:00)

This is a tricky game for United. Burnley are still happy to fight and make life difficult for opponents in this last run in for the season. United will be expected to win (and easily at that) but I just don’t trust those players…

Nevertheless, surely United win this? Surely?
I’m going to tentatively back the home win, but I say tentatively.

14/10 Everton | Draw 49/20 | Brentford 7/4 (18:30)

Everton will give everything here; you can be sure of it! My only concern is that they just don’t create enough chances in the final third to really put teams under pressure. Brentford on the other hand is literally the polar opposite. They create plenty but have shown serious defensive fragility.

I think this one ends in a draw.

27/20 Aston Villa | Draw 5/2 | Chelsea 18/10 (21:00)

As much as many might not agree with this, both these teams are making impressive progress under their respective managers. No, it hasn’t always been immediate, but the progress is still evident.

Villa will back themselves to have a proper crack at Chelsea here, and that’s really why I think they will win. I doubt the mentality of the Blues at the moment – back the home win.

Sunday 28 April

5/4 Bournemouth | Draw 5/2 | Brighton 19/10 (15:00)

Again, at the risk of sounding like a stuck record, Andoni Iraola has done a superb job with Bournemouth. They have a confidence that is second to none and show a complete belief in their system and approach.

Brighton have gone a little off the boil, at least this season. I think Bournemouth can earn a really good victory here.

13/2 Nottm Forest | Draw 44/10 | Manchester City 1/3 (17:30)

For a team that is so fatigued and drained, City are still able to put out an incredibly competitive side (one capable of beating pretty much anyone in Europe…well, almost anyone).

I like Forest, I’ve said this a lot this year as well. I think they attack with pace and intent personally I love nothing more in football. I think they can get at this City side, but I don’t think they are able to put the game to bed.

City to win and both teams scoring seems the play here.

Written by Ryan Liberty.