FST’s favourite Price Boosts for the Premier League final day

With all ten games kicking off simultaneously and a season’s worth of blood, sweat and tears coming to a head, the final day of the Premier League season is a must-watch for football fans across the country.

The final day usually brings goals galore and a few complete shocks to quench our endless thirst for drama. Remember Bradford’s unlikely win against Liverpool back in 2000 as they clinched survival on the final day of the season? Or the controversial Carlos Tevez saving West Ham from relegation at Old Trafford? Speaking of Manchester United, how about Alex Ferguson’s last game in charge being an absurd 5-5 draw with West Brom?

And that’s not even mentioning a certain man named Sergio Aguero…

The conclusion of the 2019/20 season has all the makings of a classic. While the title race is done and dusted, three teams are battling it out for a top four spot, Wolves and Tottenham both harbour hopes of Europa League qualification and only one of the three relegation places is confirmed.

To add a little more interest into this festival of top flight football, we’ve scoured Virgin Bet’s Priceboosts to bring you five of our favourite’s heading into the 4pm extravaganza. And remember, we have betting tips and analysis for every single game on our Premier League predictions page.


Virgin Bet’s Price Boosts explained

Virgin Bet are offering customers more with their excellent Price Boost offers for all of this weekend’s Premier League fixtures. With a nod to the unique, Virgin Bet offer interesting markets at enhanced odds to customers looking for maximum value.

It’s a pretty straight forward task to find Virgin Bet’s Price Boosts and Special for an individual fixture.

Simply navigate to the game of your choice and select the “VB Specials” tab along the top menu and you’ll be shown a list of all of Virgin Bet’s offers for that match.

If you’re on the lookout for multi-game enhanced selections, then you can find them by clicking “Price Boosts” in the left-hand menu on the home page.

Check out working examples of how their Price Boosts work by viewing some of their enhanced odds offers for this week’s Premier League fixtures below.

For a full list of terms and conditions, visit Virgin Bet’s promotion page by clicking here


Best Premier League final day Price Boosts

Ings, Kane and Vardy all to score at 8/1

Danny Ings made his move to Southampton permanent last July, and that £18 million fee is looking like one of the biggest bargains of the season. The Saints forward is second only to Jamie Vardy in the scoring charts, netting 21 times in the Premier League this season. Ings has scored 44% of Southampton’s top flight goals this season and scored six in his last eight.

Harry Kane’s own bid for the Golden Boot has been hampered by injury this season, but the England star has returned to the peak of his powers lately. He has scored four goals in his last two games and faces a Crystal Palace side that have shipped 17 goals in their last seven games.

Jamie Vardy sits at the top of the pile in the race for the Premier League Golden Boot, and he’ll be looking to tighten his grip on the individual accolade as Leicester aim for a top four spot. The 33-year-old was playing non-league football just eight years ago, but now he looks back on a season where he’s scored 23 Premier League goals. With everything on the line at the King Power Stadium and four goals in his last five games, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him partying again on Sunday.

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Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City all to lead at half-time at 5/1

Wolves’ trip to Stamford Bridge holds a lot of weight for both teams, with Chelsea knowing a win would secure Champions League football and the visitors needing a win for guaranteed Europa League qualification. Frank Lampard’s men are understandably favourites, and we’re expecting them to come out of the blocks quickly. They have led at half-time in half of their home games this season and face a Wolves side that have only led at the break once on their travels.

Liverpool’s victory tour concludes on Sunday and they’re hoping to put on a show at Newcastle. They have led at the break in 24 of their 37 Premier League matches and should have the upper hand against a Newcastle side that have gone in behind at the halfway point on 11 occasions this season.

Norwich may have beaten Manchester City earlier in the season, but the Canaries have deteriorated massively since that shock result. Their final game in the top flight is expected to be a mauling, and Manchester City won’t want to waste any time in getting proceedings underway. They have been ahead at the half-time whistle in 11 of their 18 home games and Norwich have been losing at the break in 11 of their trips away.

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Manchester City Kevin De Bruyne

Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City each to score 2+ goals at 9/2

Arsenal have really started to come together under Mikel Arteta and while they’re not quite as devastating going forward as some teams, they have still managed to notch two or more goals in six of their last nine competitive games.

Considering their rather flaky back line, Chelsea need a strong attacking setup to get the most out of games and that’s exactly what Frank Lampard has given them. They have scored two or more in nine of their last 11 Premier League matches and they have averaged exactly two goals per game since the restart.

Liverpool’s intensity may have dropped since they sealed the Premier League trophy, but they hit five against Chelsea in midweek and have averaged two goals per game since the Premier League restarted in June.

Manchester City are on another level entirely when it comes to goalscoring form, netting 19 goals in their five Premier League home games since the restart and netting at least two goals in each of their last ten league games at the Etihad.

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Aubameyang, Salah and Sterling all to score at 5/1

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s Golden Boot aspirations may look bleak at the moment, but a final day hat-trick isn’t out of the question and he won’t want to give up his chase of Jamie Vardy just yet. He has scored five goals in his last seven appearances in all competitions and is the most likely to break the deadlock against Watford.

Mohamed Salah’s prospects for the top scorer award are even bleaker, but the Egyptian forward has an excellent record against Newcastle. He has scored in each of his last four appearances against the Magpies and will be eager to end the season in style on Sunday.

Raheem Sterling is a man in form right now, netting six goals in his last four Premier League starts and hoping to break the 20-goal barrier when his side host the relegated Norwich on Sunday, who just happen to have the worst defensive record in the division.

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Arsenal Aubameyang and Wolves Saiss

Arsenal, Chelsea and Man Utd each to score first in their matches at 4/1

Arsenal face a Watford side that have failed to score in four of their last five away games in the Premier League, so any Gunners goal is likely to be the first of the match. Mikel Arteta’s side have opened the scoring in 11 of their 18 home games this season and Watford have conceded first on 20 occasions this term.

Chelsea’s clash with Wolves might be a close one to call, but the Blues have netted first in 13 of their 18 league home games this season and face a Wolves team that have only scored 25% of their away games in the first half.

Manchester United’s shootout with Leicester in the race for the top four is a little harder to call, but with the Red Devils opening the scoring in half of their away games this campaign, including each of their last three trips away, given the 4/1 odds this looks a good value offering all around.

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