Bet 1: Arsenal @ 1.5 (1/2)
The situation is clear for Arsenal, they have to win and hope that Man City lose or Liverpool fail to take all three points at home to Middlesbrough. Neither scenario is very likely, but I still expect the Gunners to live up to their side of the bargain.
The visitors to the Emirates are Everton and whatever happens, they will finish seventh. It's been a fairly decent campaign for Ronald Koeman's men, but they've won just four times away from Goodison this term and the last one came back in January.
Arsene Wenger's men still have the FA Cup final to look forward to, so they won't be in holiday mode yet, and they come into this game on the back of four straight wins.
Bet 2: Man United @ 2.8 (9/5)
This is a slightly risky selection as Jose Mourinho has already said that he won't be fielding anywhere near his strongest XI, but I can't leave them out of this treble at odds of [2.8].
It's their final fixture at Old Trafford of the campaign and there will be two or three players on show who will still be playing for their place in the Europa League final on Wednesday.
Wayne Rooney could well be one of them and it could also be his final appearance at the Theatre of Dreams. He will be desperate to make an impact and he's still capable of putting in a match-winning performance.
Crystal Palace finally confirmed their safety last weekend and I can't imagine that things have been too intense in training this week. Prior to that victory over Hull they had lost three games in a row - all to nil - and they were terrible in their 5-0 defeat at Man City.
Bet 3: Leicester @ 1.95 (20/21)
It's been an up and down campaign for the defending champions as they have struggled in the league, sacked their manager and made it through to the last eight of the Champions League.
If they can finish in the top half it would have to be considered a satisfactory season for the Foxes as they were never going to live up to their title winning year. They will want to finish in style though and Craig Shakespeare will want to remind the owners of how he's turned the team's fortunes around.
Bournemouth are finishing the season like a train as they have taken 10 points from a possible 12. They have had a very kind run of fixtures however and three of them were at home.
Eddie Howe's men don't have the greatest of away records this year and although they beat Sunderland on their last road trip, prior to that it was eight without victory - five of which were defeats.
Back Arsenal @ 1.5 (1/2)
The Treble pays approximately 7.89 (7/1)
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2016/17 P/L (1pt each bet)
Wagered: 34 pts
Returned: 77.32 pts
P/L: +43.32 pts
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