Harry Kane – Spurs (vs Leeds)
Spurs have endured a below-par campaign and there will be plenty of ins and outs over the summer. Harry Kane will once again be subject to plenty of speculation and this could potentially be his final game in a Spurs shirt.
He’s been playing well and should enjoy coming up against Leeds’ porous defence. He’s netted in seven of his last nine PL matches.
Phil Foden – Man City (vs Brentford)
Man City are likely to make a few chances to their XI for this game, however, the recently returned Phil Foden should feature. He also played on Wednesday night and will be building up his fitness and form ahead of the UCL final.
Brentford should play their part in an entertaining contest and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see several players get on the scoresheet here.
Jacob Ramsey – Aston Villa (vs Brighton)
Jacob Ramsey is ending the season in decent form and he’s found the net on three occasions since mid-April. He’s also fired home in his last two matches. This match should have an end of season feel about it and he is likely to get a few opportunities against a Brighton defence which has looked a little shaky in recent weeks.
Dwight McNeil – Everton (vs Bournemouth)
With Dominic Calvert-Lewin potentially out injured here, Everton’s goal threat has been somewhat nullified. Nevertheless, they’ve got plenty of midfielders who have been in decent form and Dwight McNeil is one of those who will be looking to end the season on a high. Bournemouth have been defensively poor recently and with the Toffees needing a victory, they should push forward.76/1 Four to Score ACCA at Bet365