Premier League Betting: The Final Day - 10 Vital Statistics

10. Sir Alex Ferguson takes charge of his final Manchester United game against West Brom after 26 years in charge. The United boss bows out with a 65% Premier League win record and is 1.80 to win one last time.
9. Next season’s United manager David Moyes leads Everton for the final time, away at Chelsea. The Toffees haven’t won on the road in seven but are 5.25 to give Moyes a winning send-off.
8. Chelsea, meanwhile, play their 69th fixture of the season, having participated in eight competitions since August. Boss Rafael Benitez has a 57% win record from 47 games in charge and is 1.65 sign off with a victory.
7. Branislav Ivanovic’s winner in the Europa League final on Wednesday was his eight goal for Chelsea this season. The defender is 8.00 to net again.
6. Arsenal head the race for fourth place but need a win at Newcastle to secure that spot. They’ve drawn four of their last five clashes at St James’ Park and are priced at 4.40 to draw again.
5. Tottenham need a win against Sunderland to stand any chance of leapfrogging Arsenal. Spurs have a W9 D1 L1 home record in the Premier League over the Black Cats and are 1.25 to win.
4. Spurs have scored in 21 of their last 22 games while Sunderland have kept just two clean sheets in 13. Tottenham to net in both halves is available at 1.83.
3. Aston Villa narrowly avoided relegation and will play their 25th consecutive top-flight season next term. They travel to Championship-bound Wigan, who have only once beaten Villa on their home ground, and are 3.70 to win.
2. A win for Southampton against Stoke this weekend could lift the Saints to tenth in the league, their highest domestic finish since the 2002/03 season. Mauricio Pochettino’s men are 1.75 to win.
1. Liverpool have won 83% of their Premier League games when they have been leading at half time (ten of 12). The Reds are 1.60 to finish their campaign having won both halves over QPR.