The Premier League is officially over until August. Antonio Conte achieved Premier League success in his first season at Chelsea, winning the title with 91 points. Tottenham improved on last year, finishing second this time around. Manchester City and Liverpool took the other two Champions League places, leaving Arsenal in the Europa League next season and Manchester United needing a win on Wednesday night against Ajax in a bid to be playing in Europes major tournament next season.
At the other end of the table; Hull, Middlesbrough and Sunderland will all be playing Championship football next season. Newcastle and Brighton are coming the other way joined by either Huddersfield or Reading.
We are now heading into the cup finals across major tournaments alongside the final play-off games;
Ajax vs Man Utd (Wednesday 24 May; Europa League)
Arsenal vs Chelsea (Saturday 27 May; FA Cup)
Celtic vs Aberdeen (Saturday 27 May; Scottish Cup)
Barcelona vs Alaves (Saturday 27 May; Copa Del Rey)
Angers vs PSG (Saturday 27 May; Coupe De France)
Blackpool vs Exeter (Sunday 28 May; League 2 Play Off)
Huddersfield vs Reading (Monday 29 May; Championship Play Off)
The pressure is massively on Mourinho and his Manchester United side to get the job done on Wednesday night in Stockholm. This will be the last chance for The Reds to get themselves into the Champions League next season. At the weekend, Mourinho allowed a fair amount of young players to have a run out against Crystal Palace – a game in which they won 2-0. Paul Pogba returned to the side after a spell on the sidelines, give that he only played 45 minutes suggests that Mourinho is saving him for Wednesday night’s game. Wayne Rooney led the line in what may have been his last game at the club as speculation over his future will be cropping up as we head into the transfer market.
In other sports, the French Open is now underway. Rafael Nadal leads the betting, priced at 4/5 to win the competition outright. Novak Djokovic can be backed at 3/1 and Andy Murray is pushed out to 15/1 with Bet on Brazil (£20 Max Bet – Enhanced offer).
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