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With matters to be decided at the top and foot of the table, Sunday night promises some unforgettable action! In general, we were cautious with this ACCA to make sure we keep our 85% winrate!”

Sunday ACCA: our free tips

Angers – Lille Sunday, 20:00
The title race has gone down to the final day in France and Sunday evening is guaranteed to provide 90 minutes of thrilling drama.
Leaders Lille go into the final weekend one point ahead of nearest challengers PSG, which means that Lille have to win to be sure of claiming their first title in a decade.
Fortunately for Christophe Galtier’s Lille they face a theoretically simple away fixture against a mid-table Angers side with nothing to play for.

Leicester City – Tottenham Sunday, 16:00
Leicester’s home form could ultimately be their undoing this season. They’ve lost eight times in the league at the King Power this term, the sort of numbers you’d expect from a bottom-third team.
With goal difference now against them, they have to better Liverpool’s result to finish higher than the resurgent Reds.
Spurs have alternated wins and losses for their last six matches which sums up their inconsistency although, if you like patterns, they’re due a victory having lost 2-1 at home to Aston Villa last time.

Manchester City – Everton Sunday, 16:00
Everton head into this game knowing another away victory could see them into Europe. A win for Carlo Ancelotti’s men coupled with Spurs failing to beat Leicester would be enough. Even a draw would do if Spurs lost and Arsenal failed to win.
They will have to do so without the injured James Rodriguez and Seamus Coleman but at least the motivation is there.
Everton will also be pleased that there’s nothing on the line here for City.

Brest – Paris SG Sunday, 20:00
PSG travel to Brest and should keep their side of their title-hunting bargain by collecting all three points.
Whether a win will prove to be enough for Mauricio Pochettino’s players to overhaul Lille depends on Lille dropping points.
Paris should get their part of the job done with the minimum of fuss, even though Brest need points themselves as they battle to avoid finishing in the relegation play-off position (18th).

Aston Villa – Chelsea Sunday, 16:00
It all boils down to this for Chelsea, their final Premier League game of the season at Villa Park. Beat Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon and it’s effectively job done for Thomas Tuchel and his men; qualification for next season’s Champions League and two major cup finals, still with the prospect of lifting Europe’s most coveted club trophy.

The Blues have to beat Villa to guarantee they finish in the top four, anything less and that opens the door for Leicester. We’re assuming Liverpool will beat Crystal Palace, right? But despite being odds-on favourites to win the game, not everyone is expecting Chelsea to have an easy ride on Sunday.