• Brighton v Man Utd, 4 May
    Brighton v Man Utd, 4 MayHaving already lost at Newcastle United and Huddersfield Town this season, Man Utd are aiming to avoid losing away to three promoted sides in a single top-flight campaign for the first time
  • Stoke v Crystal Palace, 5 May
    Stoke v Crystal Palace, 5 MayNo side have scored more Premier League goals in the 90th minute or later than Crystal Palace's six this season
  • AFC Bournemouth v Swansea, 5 May
    AFC Bournemouth v Swansea, 5 MayThe Cherries are unbeaten in their five Premier League meetings with Swansea (W3 D2), keeping a clean sheet in each of the last three (W2 D1)
  • Leicester v West Ham, 5 May
    Leicester v West Ham, 5 MayMarko Arnautovic has been directly involved in eight goals in his last seven away PL matches for West Ham, getting five goals and three assists
  • Watford v Newcastle, 5 May
    Watford v Newcastle, 5 MayThe Hornets have won their last three PL meetings with Newcastle, including a 3-0 victory at St James’ Park in the reverse fixture
  • West Brom v Spurs, 5 May
    West Brom v Spurs, 5 MayTottenham Hotspur’s last two goals at The Hawthorns have both been scored by Dele Alli, and both in 1-1 draws
  • Everton v Southampton, 5 May
    Everton v Southampton, 5 MayEverton have lost only one of their 18 previous PL home matches against Southampton (W13 D4), a 0-2 defeat in November 1997
  • Man City v Huddersfield Town, 6 May
    Man City v Huddersfield Town, 6 MayRaheem Sterling is one goal away from becoming the 11th player to reach 50 in the Premier League while under the age of 24
  • Arsenal v Burnley, 6 May
    Arsenal v Burnley, 6 MayThe Gunners have scored at least three goals in each of their last four home PL matches. Only once before have they had a longer run in the competition, when they went six matches in October 2009
  • Chelsea v Liverpool, 6 May
    Chelsea v Liverpool, 6 MayJurgen Klopp has won both of his PL visits to Stamford Bridge. No opposing manager has ever won their first three in the competition