More misery for Claude Puel
Bet 1: Back Arsenal @ 20/23 - KO 19:45 BST
The Gunners sent Arsene Wenger off in style in his final match at the Emirates last weekend as they thrashed Burnley 5-0. They will now be aiming to end a run of six straight away defeats in the league, to avoid the unenviable record of having the worst away results in England in 2018.
If they have to win somewhere, the King Power is arguably the easiest place to do it at present. Leicester are in miserable form and they followed up their 5-0 defeat at Selhurst Park with a 2-0 loss at home to West Ham on Saturday.
Even at home it's two defeats in three and they have netted just four goals in their last six in front of their own fans - firing two blanks most recently. The in-form strike duo of Aubameyang and Lacazette will be hard to outscore if the Foxes defence capitulate again, and it would appear that the Leicester players have stopped playing for the season.
Huddersfield to park the bus at Stamford Bridge
Bet 2: Back Under 2.5 Goals in Chelsea v Huddersfield @ 13/10 - KO 19:45 BST
Following Southampton's 1-0 win at Swansea last night, Huddersfield now know for sure that one point from the two remaining matches will be enough to ensure their Premier League survival.
The problem for David Wagner and his side are that they have to travel to Stamford Bridge this evening, before taking on Arsenal in Arsene Wenger's last ever match as Arsenal manager.
The Terriers proved that they can hang with the best at the weekend though as they went to the Etihad and got a 0-0. Of course it has to be noted that City weren't at their best, but it will give them confidence and I have no doubt that they will put 10 men behind the ball tonight.
Chelsea are back in the top four race and they know that they will almost certainly need victories in their final two outings. The three points is all that matters though, so if they do get 1-0 up, I wouldn't expect them to push too hard for further goals. Their last two at the Bridge have gone under 2.5 and the same can be said for Huddersfield's last four away.
Kane to keep the pressure on Salah
Bet 3: Back Harry Kane FGS @ 15/8 - KO 20:00 BST
The race for the Golden Boot is still just about alive as Harry Kane's blank at West Brom wasn't punished by Mohamed Salah on Sunday. The Egyptian still holds a four goal advantage, but Kane has this game in hand, so if he can get one of his customary hat-tricks, it's most certainly game back on.
The England striker has netted 27 Premier League goals this term and 12 of them have been the opener. He faces a Newcastle side tonight who have lost three on the bounce since ensuring their survival, and although they haven't been conceding too many goals, the players most definitely have their minds on their summer holiday.