This Premier League Preview sees another two matches from the final weekend of the Premier League.
Watford vs Manchester City – Sunday 21st May 2017 – 15:00 - Sky Sports 1
Watford are 9/1 with Troy Deeney at 9/1 to score first.
Watford welcome Manchester City to Vicarage Road on the final game of the season, with City looking to consolidate third.
The Hornets come into this match on the back of a 4-3 defeat against Chelsea on the Monday Night Football.
John Terry opened the scoring for Chelsea (22), with the defender scoring in one of his last league appearances from the Blues.
Etienne Capoue (24) equalised for the Hornets just two minutes later, with Terry going from hero to zero.
Cesar Azpilicueta (36) gave Chelsea the lead for the second time in the match, with the Blues leading 2-1.
Michy Batshuayi (49) scored his second goal in as many matches, to give Chelsea a commanding 3-1 lead.
Daryl Janmaat (51) scored a superb solo goal to make it 3-2, before Stefano Okaka (74) made it 3-3 for Watford with 16 minutes to go.
Cesc Fabregas (88) scored the winner with a classy finish, to make it 4-3 to Chelsea in a seven-goal thriller.
That result means they continue their poor form, they have lost five of their last six matches.
That defeat leaves Watford in 16th, they have had a poor return under Mazzarri hence why he is leaving.
Mazzarri's side will be looking to end the season on a high, with a defeat leaving them on a run of six successive defeats.
Home Side Underdogs
Watford come into this match as the underdogs, with their poor recent form proving decisive.
The Hornets will be looking to produce their 12th win of the season, and secure a first win in six matches.
Watford will be looking to better their overall record against City, they have won just four of their fifteen meetings.
Guardiola's side come into this match on the back of a 3-1 win against West Bromwich Albion.
Gabriel de Jesus opened the scoring for Manchester City (27), with the young Brazillian enjoying an excellent debut season.
Kevin De Bruyne doubled City's advantage just two minutes later (29), with a stunning effort from outside the box.
Yaya Toure did his chances of securing another year's contract no harm with City's third (57).
Hal Robson-Kanu grabbed a consolation goal for the visitors (87), ensuring City did not get a much-needed clean sheet.
Manchester City have been in good form of late, with three successive wins coming into this match.
Guardiola's men had one primary aim this season, which is to finish in the top four, a point will see them achieve this.
Manchester City are in third place in the league, a win will keep them above Liverpool in third place.
Same Again For Pep
The match against Watford sees Manchester City emerge as favourites, with City's pedigree informing the bookmakers.
A win will mean they will have registered their 23rd win of the season, this will be enough to achieve European football.
Pep will be looking for City to register their 6th successive win against Watford.
Man City are 2/7 with Sergio Aguero at 11/4 to open the scoring.
Hull vs Tottenham – Sunday 21st May 2017 – 15:00
Hull are 19/4 with Oumar Niasse at 15/2 to score first.
Hull welcome Tottenham to the KCOM Stadium in the final round of Premier League fixtures, with Hull already relegated.
The Tigers come into this match on the back of a 4-0 defeat away to Crystal Palace last weekend.
Wilfried Zaha opened the scoring for Crystal Palace (3), giving the Eagles the perfect start in this huge game.
Christian Benteke scored Palace's second (34), with the Belgian completing a fine season with Palace.
Luka Milivojevic (85) made it three from the penalty spot, scoring his third penalty of the season.
Patrick van Aanholt completed the scoring for Sam Allardyce's side (90), relegating Hull in the process.
Hull Playing For Pride
The Tigers defeat at the hands of Crystal Palace has confirmed Hull's relegation, all they have left is pride.
With just three points to play it could be Marco Silva's last game in charge, with Watford now looking for a new manager.
The match against Tottenham will have no bearing either way on the team's final positions.
Their record in the last six has seen them lose four matches, draw one and win one match, ultimately that cost them their place.
Hull head into this fixture as the underdogs, with Tottenham's excellent form informing the bookies.
They will be looking to register their tenth win of the season, they will also be looking to avoid a 22nd defeat.
Hull will be looking to register just their second win against Spurs, a poor record in 12 meetings.
Spurs In Excellent Form
Tottenham come into this match on the back of a massive win, a 6-1 victory against Leicester.
Harry Kane (25) opened the scoring for Tottenham, giving them a 1-0 lead midway through the first half.
Heung-Min Son (36) made it 2-0 just 11 minutes later, with Tottenham threatening to run riot.
Ben Chilwell (59) halved the visitor's advantage just 14 minutes after the restart, making it 2-1.
Harry Kane scored a second-half hat-trick in just under half an hour to hammer the Foxes (63, 88, 90+2).
Heung-Min Son scored his second goal of the game, completing a thumping 6-1 win against a poor Foxes side.
Excellent Season For Spurs
Spurs have enjoyed an excellent season, they have consolidated second now, another step up on last season.
Mauricio Pochettino and his side will be looking to push on again, they will be targeting a Premier League title next season.
They are in outstanding form winning four matches and losing two, one more win will cap an amazing season.
Spurs come into this fixture as the favourites, with the bookies favouring Pochettino and his men.
In Hull, they face a side who have little to pay for having been relegated, but Silva does have an excellent home record.
Tottenham will be looking to make it a 9th win in 12 meetings against the Tigers.
Tottenham are 8/15 with Harry Kane at 100/30 to open the scoring.
Tip 1 – Jesus to score first @ 3/1 and Man City to win 2-1 @ 8/1
Tip 2 – Kane to score first @ 100/30 and Tottenham to win 3-1 @ 10/1