RB Leipzig 2 v 2 Bayern Munich - Saturday 11 May – Bundesliga – Both Teams to Score (1.50)
This should be a tough game for Bayern. RB Leipzig haven’t lost any of their last 14 league games since defeat to Dortmund in January. They also beat Bayern at home last season, so the hosts can be confident here. However, Bayern are on a 13-game unbeaten streak in the Bundesliga. I’m going for Both Teams to Score here, and I think it’ll end in a Draw.
Derby 2 v 1 Leeds - Saturday 11 May - Championship Play-Off – Double Chance Derby (1.55)
Derby only qualified for the play-offs on the final day, but they are in better form. Frank Lampard’s team haven’t lost any of their last six games and have won four in a row at home. This is a grudge match against Leeds, who haven’t won any of their last four matches. Derby won the first leg of their play-off game against Fulham last year, and I think they’ll do it here.
Brighton 0 v 3 Man City - Sunday 12 May - Premier League – Both Teams to Score No (1.70)
All City need is a win to claim the league title for a second year in a row, and I fully expect them to do it. They’ve won 13 league games in a row and haven’t conceded a single goal in their last four matches. They’ve been unstoppable since January and I can’t see Brighton doing anything to stop them. They had a good result last weekend when they drew at Arsenal, but only Cardiff have scored fewer goals this season in the Premier League. City will be champions.
Liverpool 3 v 0 Wolves - Sunday 12 May - Premier League – Liverpool Win (1.30)
Liverpool have to win to stand a chance of winning the league. They’ve won their last eight league games and are still on a high after their 4-0 win over Barcelona on Tuesday. Only Man City and Leicester have managed to avoid defeat at Anfield this season in the league, which doesn’t bode well for Wolves. They’ve lost three of their last five away games and I’m backing another defeat here.
AS Roma 2 v 1 Juventus – Sunday 12 May – Serie A – Both Teams to Score (1.60)
Roma need points here. They’re currently sixth and are at risk of missing out on European football next season. That said, they have gone six games unbeaten and have only lost one of their last eight home games against Juventus. It looks like Juventus are just waiting for the season to end. They’ve only won once in six games and haven’t picked up a win in any of their last three away games. I see a Home Win.