So after 37 games we arrive at the final Premier League weekend. We were spoiled last year with the title going down to the last seconds at the Etihad and it was always going to be tough to live up to that this year.

The only matter to decide this weekend is the final Champions League spot as Tottenham and Arsenal battle it out for the promised land. Frustrating finishes have been common place in Spurs’ recent campaigns and it looks like they could again miss out on Champions League football by the finest of margins.

Arsenal’s big win against Wigan not only condemned the Latics to the Championship, but it also meant that Spurs’ destiny is out of their hands. Andre Villas-Boas knows what his side have to do and that does help.

Spurs are unbeaten since Fulham came here in the middle of March and turned them over, but it’s draws that have cost them their grip on the top four. They’ve drawn two of their past four outings and Sunderland have been held in their previous two fixtures.

You can be sure that Paulo Di Canio won’t let his side lie down even though they’re safe. The Black Cats lack firepower, but they are capable of battling for the draw that will confirm Spurs’ fate.

Arsenal head to the North East to face the other club in the area knowing that a win will give them the last Champions League position. The Gunners have a habit of finding form just at the right time, although it’s too late to land any real silverware.

Even though the Magpies are safe it’ll be a feisty game as there’s a bit of bad blood between the clubs. Alan Pardew and Arsene Wenger don’t exactly see eye to eye and the hosts would love to get one over them.

The game at the Emirates was one of the best of the season as Arsenal ran out 7-3 winners. It was a strange old game as Newcastle deservedly went into the break level before an astonishing collapse did for them.

Theo Walcott got a hat-trick in the first meeting and he’s enjoying a great finish to the season. He looks a good bet to open the scoring at St James’ Park.

In terms of a result I’m keen to back the draw at 4.5 on the exchange, it’ll be a nervy finish, but the point should be enough for Wenger to complete his mission.

Betting on BETDAQ – Alan’s Punts:
Tottenham v Sunderland – Back the draw at 6.2
Newcastle v Arsenal – Back the draw at 4.5

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