It's the final Premier League Treble of the season for Paul Robinson and he's picked out an 8/1 shot that features two former England managers and a man who is saying goodbye to English football. Here are his selections:
Selhurst Park to keep on rocking
Bet 1: Crystal Palace @ 3/4
This match is all about a top 10 finish for Crystal Palace and I can definitely see them beating an in-form, West Brom team today. Darren Moore has the Baggies in great heart, but their relegation was confirmed earlier this week and I'm not convinced that the players will be able to play with the intensity that they have recently shown.
I have covered this fixture in more detail for the website, so feel free to give it a read.
Arsene to say Au revoir with a win
Bet 2: Arsenal @ 4/7
Arsene Wenger's 20+ year career at Arsenal comes to an end today and while he would have been hoping for more than a nothing end of season clash at Huddersfield, I do believe that his players will send him off with a win.
The Terriers have put in some heroic football over the last week as they managed to draw 0-0 at Man City and then 1-1 at Chelsea - two points which confirmed their top flight status for next year.
David Wagner's men must be absolutely exhausted now though and I am sure that they celebrated after the match at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.
The Gunners will be desperate to finish with a win, not only for Wenger, but also to end their miserable away run of 2018. They have the ability to run rings around a tired Huddersfield, and I fully expect them to do so.
Allardyce to give the Everton board some food for thought
Bet 3: Everton @ 11/5
David Moyes and Sam Allardyce are two managers who aren't overly popular figures, but they have both taken over struggling clubs this season and steered them to safety. The ironic thing is, neither man will probably be employed by them come the start of the next campaign.
It's Big Sam who I'm expecting to have the last laugh this afternoon as his Everton side seem to have turned around their poor away form. The Toffees have taken seven points from their last three away from Goodison Park and they have lost just one of their last eight, home and away.
The Hammers played out a drab 0-0 draw with Manchester United in the week and that came on the back of another clean sheet - a 2-0 success at Leicester that secured their safety.
It's three without a win at the London Stadium however - including a 1-1 draw with Stoke - and the visitors definitely represent the value here.
2017/18 P/L (1pt each bet)
P/L: - 18.75pts
- 2016/17 P/L = +42.32 pts from 35 pts staked (120.91% ROI)