This final Premier League preview sees the culmination of the league season, with all sides battling for a mid table finish.
Leicester vs Bournemouth – Sunday 21st May 2017 – 15:00
Leicester are 17/20 with Jamie Vardy at 100/30 to score first.
Leicester welcome Bournemouth to the King Power on Sunday, with the hosts looking to recover from the weekday defeat.
The Foxes come into this match on the back of a 6-1 defeat at home against Tottenham, an absolute hammering.
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.
Leicester have redeemed their season slightly, but that defeat against Tottenham was a low point.
The defeat against Tottenham has seen their hopes of a top ten finish dampened, but a win here will see them finish 10th.
They find themselves 11th in the Premier League, considering how poor they have been this season a top ten finish would be an excellent achievement.
Defeats against Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City have been their only blemishes in their last six matches.
The Foxes come into this match as favourites, despite their poor performance in midweek against Spurs.
Leicester come into this match in poor form, with three defeats in their last six matches.
Leicester will be looking to continue their overall record against Bournemouth, they have lost just one of their five meetings.
Cherries Thumping Win
Bournemouth come into this match on the back of 2-1 win at home against Burnley, with the Cherries unbeaten in four.
Junior Stanislas (25) gave the Cherries an early lead, with a well-placed finish to make it 1-0.
Sam Vokes (83) equalised for Burnley with just seven minutes to go, with the Welshman seemingly rescuing a point.
Joshua King restored the lead for Bournemouth just two minutes later (85), securing all three points for the Cherries.
It was another excellent result for Bournemouth, who have won three and drawn one of their last four matches.
Bournemouth have responded to the Tottenham defeat in style, they have remained unbeaten since the 4-0 defeat.
Wins against Sunderland, Middlesbrough and now Burnley have ensured they have risen to 10th position.
A top ten finish would represent an excellent season for the Cherries, who have achieved their main aim staying in the Premier League.
If they were to win this match and Southampton and West Brom were to lose they could finish as high as 8th.
The Cherries go into this match as the underdogs, despite their excellent recent record.
Bournemouth will be looking to make it five matches unbeaten, ensuring they end the season in excellent form.
Eddie Howe's side will be looking to make it a domestic double over the Foxes, having won the last encounter 1-0.
Bournemouth are 29/10 with Joshua King at 11/2 to open the scoring.
Swansea vs West Brom – Sunday 21st May 2017 – 15:00
Swansea are 21/10 with Fernando Llorente at 4/1 to score first.
Swansea welcome West Brom to the Liberty Stadium this Sunday, with Swansea completing the mission of staying in the Premier League.
The Swans come into this match on the back of a 2-0 win, this time away against relegated Sunderland.
Fernando Llorente opened the scoring for Swansea early on (9), with Sunderland's defence opened up again.
Kyle Naughton scored the winner in first half injury time (45+2), Sunderland unable to reply at home.
The statistics showed that Sunderland dominated, with more possession (52%), more shots (13) and more on target (4).
Ultimately, it was another poor performance from Sunderland, they have deserved relegation and it will be a huge rebuilding job needed.
Swans In Excellent Form
Swansea are in excellent recent form, with three wins and a draw in their last four matches.
The Swans have completed their main aim of the season, they have avoided relegation with a game to spare.
Given the names at their disposal along with Crystal Palace they should never have been close to relegation.
Swansea have timed their winning runs at just the right time, with the majority of their 11 wins coming under Clement.
Next Season Planning
This match against West Brom will be a big match for Swansea, the squad will be playing for their place next season.
Swansea come into this match as favourites, with their recent form dictating the odds.
The Swans will be looking to register their 10th win in 18 meetings against West Brom, the last a 1-0 win at the Liberty last season.
Baggies Season Done
Tony Pulis' side come into this match in poor form, having lost five matches in their last six.
They come into the match on the back of a 3-1 loss against Manchester City, another poor result for the Baggies.
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.
Fall From Grace
West Brom have been in poor recent form, with just one point in their last six matches, at home against Burnley.
They are now level one point and one place below Southampton, having remained in 8th for most of the season.
A defeat on the final day could see Leicester or Bournemouth climb above them, leaving them with a 10th place finish.
West Brom come into this match as the underdogs, with their appalling form informing the bookies.
This will be another tough fixture for Tony Pulis' side, with Swansea at the opposite end of the form table.
West Brom will be looking to complete a league double over Swansea, having won 3-1 in their previous encounter.
West Brom are 5/2 with Salomon Rondon and Hal Robson-Kanu at 13/2 to open the scoring.
Tip 1 – Vardy to score first @ 100/30 and Leicester to win 2-1 @ 15/2
Tip 2 – Baston to score first @ 7/1 and Swansea to win 2-1 @ 9/1