Arsenal - 2.6213/8 to finish in the top two
The Gunners are already well trained in the art of saving the best for last, winning eight and drawing two of their final ten Premier League outings in 2012/13, signing off with five successive victories in 2013/14 and then delivering ten triumphs and three draws in their closing 14 games last term.
Their remaining encounters boost their chances of repeating the trick. Sure, they still have to visit West Ham and Man City, but they beat both away last season, and their six other clashes are against bottom-half sides, five of them at the Emirates. Their 2015/16 record against teams below the fold reads P14 W11 D1 L2.
Liverpool - 2.265/4 to finish in the top six
The Reds have played the joint-fewest matches of anyone in the division on 29 and also have the most home contests left to look forward to, with a whopping six of their unfulfilled nine showdowns taking place at Anfield. Four of the guests sit beneath them in the table too.
Form in front of their fans has been flaky throughout this campaign, yet it is definitely improving, with their latest three showdowns as hosts in all competitions each ending in wins to nil, with the victims including Man City and Man United.
Jurgen Klopp's men have won three in five on their top-flight travels - it would have been four were it not for their choke from 2-0 up at Southampton on Sunday - and their final three road trips are to bottom-half clubs that they prised seven points from on Merseyside.
Norwich - a 1.9520/21 lay to be relegated
Though there is never an excuse for a run of two points from ten Premier League games, Norwich can at least highlight the seven top-half opponents in that sequence as a partial justification for the slump that dropped them from 14th to 18th.
However, there was a reward at the end of it because six of their closing eight foes - starting with West Brom, who they cashed in on at The Hawthorns with a 1-0 success last weekend - are 11th or lower. As a result, there are just two from the top ten left to play, a low that only Arsenal can equal.
A Carrow Road collision with Watford and ventures to Crystal Palace and Everton carry point-pocketing potential, but the best bit of all is the opportunity to welcome the two teams directly below them - Newcastle and Sunderland - to Norfolk in April. With the Palace match sandwiched in between, that triple header alone might be enough to propel them to safety.
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