Whilst the race for the title may look over, at the other end of the table it is one of the tighest relegation battles for years with no less than ten teams vulnerable.

Stoke City v Brighton and Hove Albion

A big game for both teams on 24 points around the bottom three. Stoke went ahead at Bournemouth after 4 points in Lambert’s first two league games in charge but ended up losing 2-1, a result that dropped the back into the bottom three

Brighton beat West Ham 3-1 at home but have only scoed six goals in their 13 away games. Their style is very much to be tight and organised but a lack of fire power has prevented much in the way of results away from home. The bet i like here is the draw at 9/4 with BetVictor, not wanting to take near even money about the home side

Huddersfield v Bourneouth

These two teams have been going in opposite directions in 2018.Hddersfield are down to 19th after a run of five successive defeats whilst Bournemouth have been flying. They have fourteen points from their last six games, unbeaten, to climb into the top half of the table

Given that form, Bournemouth at 6/4 here looks an attractive opportunity with BetVictor

Swansea City v Burnley

Under Carvahal Swansea have becomea more formidable prospect with three wins and two draws fromtheir last five games including beating Liverpool and Arsenal. They have some injuries, Fer and Bony out for the season but will see this as an opportunity to continue to climb the table against a Burnley side who haven’t won in six games in the league, although the 1-1 draw at home to Manchester City last weekend was an excellent result.

Burnley have only conceded 12 goalsin 13 goals away from home though and are well organised and this means the draw at 15/8 with BetVictor looks the most promising bet