Higher Odds and Lower Odds On Final Day of Premier League Action

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Higher Odds and Lower Odds On Final Day of Premier League Action
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Liverpool to Beat Wolves 4-0 (High Odds): +850 BetMGM 

Liverpool simply has to win on the final day of the campaign. They will welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers to Anfield, and with them having nothing to play for but an eighth-placed finish, the Reds could run riot here.

A draw would not be enough to win the Premier League title for Liverpool, and neither would a win if Manchester City beats Aston Villa, unless the Anfield side can win by an incredibly dramatic scoreline.

They should, however, score a bunch of goals, given how massive this game is. With nothing but a win needed for Liverpool and a high-scoring one at that, they could deliver a 4-0 hammering to the Wolves.

Son to Score Twice Against Norwich (High Odds): +380 FanDuel

While all attention at Carrow Road will be on whether Tottenham Hotspur can win and secure the fourth Champions League spot over Arsenal, for Son Heung-min, pictured, the focus also will be on scoring twice to win the Golden Boot.

Excluding penalties, the South Korean has scored the most in the Premier League this season. Including spot-kick goals, however, Mohamed Salah is just one ahead of Son, but with Salah potentially missing the Wolves match, the Spurs star could well snatch the Golden Boot.

Son will need two goals to win the award by himself, and just one to share it with Salah. He’s also scored four in his past five games.

Arsenal to Beat Everton and the Game to See Over 2.5 Goals (Low Odds): +120 DraftKings

Arsenal has lost its position in the Champions League spots after losing to the Spurs and Newcastle United in the past week, but they can still get into the top four with a win and with a defeat for their north London rivals.

They’ll now be facing an Everton side safe from relegation, and they will now be playing with freedom for the first time in months, which in reality, likely opens up their defensive weaknesses even more.

Arsenal has also scored 56 times in the league this season, which is already more than they netted last campaign. Everton's defensive record on the road is very poor, too, as they've won just twice away from home all season. The last game between these two also saw over 2.5 goals, and the form of either team is much different from then, and goals are now expected once more.

Ronaldo to Score Against Crystal Palace (Low Odds): -110 BetMGM

Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking to cap off another fantastic individual season as his Manchester United side travels to Selhurst Park with the club aiming to finish sixth and in the Europa League for next season.

Ronaldo got the ball rolling with his return to United with a double on his second debut for the club against Newcastle United. He's since gone on to score 22 more times in 37 extra games for the club, which includes six in seven Champions League games and 18 in the Premier League.

In fact, only Son and Salah have scored more than the Portuguese legend, with Ronaldo even outscoring the Liverpool superstar from open play in the league this campaign.

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