Tottenham v Burnley
Paul Higham says Antonio Conte will ensure no 'Spursy' slip-ups from his side as they can beat Burnley to take the lead in the top four race.
Paul says: "It would be just like the Spurs of old to throw in a dodgy performance here after apparently doing all the hard work against Arsenal, but Conte looks like a different breed of manager.
"If anyone can shake the 'Spursy' gene out of the club's DNA it's the Italian, and this looks like a Tottenham win to nil to me, which can be backed at 2.255/4 on the Exchange."
Paul's bet: Back Tottenham to beat Burnley to nil @ 2.255/4
West Ham 8.88/1 v Man City 1.42/5, the Draw 5.79/2
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City can go six points clear at the top of the Premier League but beating West Ham in east London will not be easy.
Ben Steele says: "After Wednesday's emphatic victory City sit three points clear at the top of the table and with Liverpool playing in the FA Cup final this weekend will be hoping to ratchet up the pressure even further with another big win over West Ham.
"Since taking the Manchester City job in the summer of 2016 Guardiola has seen his side beat the Hammers by two or more goals seven times and given their recent form I'd expect more of the same.
"City's last four Premier League games have ended 5-1, 5-0, 4-0 and 5-1, with Guardiola and his men accelerating towards the finish line in the title race. With De Bruyne at his untouchable best and Raheem Sterling scoring in his last two games it could be a long day for West Ham fans.
"David Moyes is a canny operator, and his side are chasing down Manchester United and a Europa League spot, but I can't see past another comfortable City win that would all but secure the title."
Ben's bet: Back Manchester City -2 @ 4.03/1
Leeds 2.789/5 v Brighton 2.727/4, the Draw 3.65
Leeds are in serious trouble in the relegation zone and Jamie Pacheco thinks Brighton are a good bet at Elland Road on Sunday...
Jamie says: "It's been an excellent season for Brighton. They're ninth on 47 points and with lots of teams just below them with a game in hand on the Seagulls, it's not so easy to guess where exactly they might end up but it's probable that at worst, it will be a Top 10 finish.
"They're around 1.251/4 to finish Top 10 and that they were once matched at odds of 35.0 on this market tells you just how well they've done over the past few months.
"Look it at this way. If you were a Premier League side in the Top 10, how many of their players would you be interested in getting on board? Two? Three at the most? Exactly.
"So great credit should go to Graham Potter and those underrated players who perform better than you'd expect, week in, week out."
Jamie's bet: Back Brighton to win @ 2.77/4
Napoli 1.875/6 v Genoa 4.1, the Draw 4.216/5
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Our Serie A expert thinks Napoli secure a third win on the trot against a struggling Genoa side...
Chloe Beresford says: "The Infogol model gives Genoa just a 15% chance of winning this game, and that number could even be lower given the fact that the Rossoblu have failed to win any of their last 16 away matches and have failed to score in six of their last seven.
"After a slight wobble, Napoli have rebounded to win their last two games and will be looking to enjoy their last home game of the season."
Over/Under 2.5? Under
Chloe's bet: Back 1-0 @ 7.513/2
Chelsea (W) 2.0521/20 v Man City 3.39/4, the Draw 3.55/2
Newly crowned WSL Champions Chelsea take on free flowing Man City in the FA Cup Final on Sunday and Abigail Davies is expecting a high scoring Wembley encounter...
Abigail says: "This is one of the most highly anticipated Women's FA Cup finals with both sides in scintillating form and over 50,000 tickets sold for the fixture.
"Following their 4-0 win over Reading last weekend, Gareth Taylor stated that he hopes his Manchester City side will now start commanding the respect they deserve for how they've performed and how spectacularly they've turned their fortunes around this season.
"The word that continued to circulate was 'loyalty'. Loyalty in the system that has been shown by the players and is now paying dividends as they continue to go from strength to strength.
"After a tough start to the campaign, 13 straight wins in all competitions and 21 goals in their last four games, have helped them secure qualification for the Champions League for a seventh successive season.
"The pressure was on them to do so as any slip up could have allowed Man United to pip them to third place in the league standings. They dealt with the occasion impressively well, the quality of assists and deliveries into the area were of the highest quality against Reading as their link up play continues to impress all over the pitch."
Abigail's bet: Back Chelsea and both teams to score @ 3.613/5
Atletico Madrid 2.3611/8 v Sevilla 3.7511/4, the Draw 3.052/1
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It's third against fourth in La Liga on Sunday and Tom Victor uses the xG stats to recommend a bet in the correct score market...
Tom Victor says: "Back-to-back victories have Atlético Madrid assured of Champions League football thanks to their head-to-head advantage over fifth-place Betis, but they'll still be aiming higher.
Three points against a Sevilla side a point behind them at kickoff would lock up third, and the visitors are coming off three straight draws, the most recent of which brought 18 shots against Mallorca but no goals.
Over/Under 2.5? Under
Tom's bet: Back 2-0 @ 11.0010/1