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“ People said that Swansea had been on their holidays since the League Cup final, but last week's win at Wigan sandwiched between courageous efforts against the Manchester clubs suggested otherwise”
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Key Stat: Brentford have kept just one clean sheet in their last ten matches
Expert Verdict: Brentford showed great spirit to bounce back after missing out on automatic promotion and they can finish their season in style. The Bees' extra quality in front of goal could be the difference against a Yeovil side who have won just two of their last nine games away from Huish Park.
REFEREE: Andy D'Urso STADIUM:
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Key Stat: United have scored in the first half in ten of their last 12 Premier League matches
Expert Verdict: West Brom have won just one of their last eight matches and it is difficult to see them putting up much resistance against Manchester United in Sir Alex Ferguson's last game. United have little to play for but can get off to a fast start and claim their 29th victory of the season.
Recommendation: Man United-Man United double result
REFEREE: Michael Oliver STADIUM:
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Expert Verdict: Both Rafael Benitez and David Moyes will be keen to sign off with a victory but there appears little value in the match odds and a better wager could be to back the twinkle-toed Juan Mata to break the deadlock for Chelsea, whose confidence will be boosted now they have a trophy in the bag.
Recommendation: J Mata first goalscorer
REFEREE: Anthony Taylor STADIUM:
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Key Stat: Daniel Sturridge has scored six times in Liverpool's last four games
Expert Verdict: It's been a season of transition at Anfield but recent showings have hinted that Brendan Rodgers' side could be a force to take seriously next season. Daniel Sturridge in particular has flourished since his January transfer to Merseyside with ten league goals to his name and in current form could be too hot to handle for relegated QPR.
Recommendation: Daniel Sturridge first goalscorer
REFEREE: Martin Atkinson STADIUM:
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Key Stat: City have won ten of their last 12 home games to nil
Expert Verdict: Manchester City reacted professionally to Roberto Mancini’s departure with a 2-0 success over Reading on Tuesday and it is hard to envisage Norwich causing the hosts many problems. No team has conceded fewer home goals in the Premier League this season and a comfortable home win to nil looks the most likely outcome.
Recommendation: Man City 3-0
REFEREE: Mark Halsey STADIUM:
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Key Stat: No team has lost more Premier League away games than Reading (14)
Expert Verdict: West Ham started the season with a 1-0 home win over Aston Villa and they can end the season on a high with victory over relegated Reading at Upton Park. Andy Carroll has been in fine form in recent weeks and he can sign off his loan deal by netting the opening goal.
Recommendation: A Carroll first goalscorer
REFEREE: Mike Dean STADIUM:
|Freefalling Fulham look no test for serene Swans|