EPL Millionaire Parlay (+956921): Money line winners for all 10 games on the final day of the Premier League season
The final day of the EPL English Premier League season has arrived, and that means there are 10 games kicking off simultaneously for us to enjoy. This will be the last time we’ll see EPL action until August, although there is still plenty of summer soccer action to look forward to with the rescheduled Euro 2020 set to get underway in three weeks.
But with so many games and plenty of drama, why not add even more excitement to the day with a 10-team money line millionaire parlay? This particular one offers insane odds of +956921 with DraftKings Sportsbook, which is almost 9,600/1. There’s plenty of value on offer and given the unpredictable nature of the Premier League’s final day, we may just get lucky.
Leicester-Tottenham Tie (+310)
Manchester City-Everton Tie (+410)
Sheffield United (+180)
Manchester United (+170)
Parlay odds: +956921
Let’s give a quick breakdown for each of the 12 legs one by one.
Arsenal to beat Brighton (-165)
Despite a somewhat disastrous season, Arsenal has won their last four Premier League games and has a very real chance of securing European football next season. A victory against Brighton would secure that, and with the possibility of also finishing above rivals Tottenham, the Gunners should be motivated to get all three points here. Full game preview.
Chelsea to beat Aston Villa (-205)
Chelsea earned a huge victory over Leicester in midweek and know a win over Aston Villa will be enough to finish in the top four and qualify for next season’s Champions League. Villa has been boosted by the return of star player Jack Grealish, but they are unlikely to have enough to trouble Chelsea. Full game preview.
Newcastle to beat Fulham (+230)
Newcastle pose huge value in this game. Steve Bruce’s men have been on a roll, winning four of their last seven with the only defeats coming against Arsenal and Manchester City. Fulham meanwhile has won just five games all season and the Cottagers are being relegated from the Premier League. Full game preview.
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— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) May 20, 2021
Leeds to beat West Brom (-250)
Leeds has shown plenty of fight in the past few weeks, scoring plenty of goals, and they should outmatch a relegated West Brom team that has suffered late defeats in their last two games. The Baggies have also been rocked by the news that head coach Sam Allardyce is leaving after this game, so don’t expect an inspired performance from West Brom. Full game preview.
Leicester to tie with Tottenham (+310)
Leicester and Tottenham have both slumped in recent weeks and a tie between the two looks the way to play this one. The Foxes know they need a win to keep their faint top-four hopes alive so expect an attacking performance. However, Tottenham boasts plenty of offensive quality themselves and can earn a point at the King Power Stadium. Full game preview.
Liverpool to beat Crystal Palace (-670)
Liverpool has won seven of their last nine games, tying the other two, and will know a win here will book their spot in next season’s Champions League. With fans returning to Anfield, they should get the victory here against a Crystal Palace team that has little to play for. Full game preview.
Manchester City to tie with Everton (+410)
Manchester City has taken their foot off the gas since winning the league, and with a huge game against Chelsea in the Champions League final on the horizon, Pep Guardiola’s men are likely to take it easy in this one. That opens the door for Everton to earn a tie with the Toffees fighting for European football next season. At 4/1, these odds are great value. Full game preview.
Sheffield United to beat Burnley (+180)
Sheffield United may be relegated but they’ve shown they still have some fight in them in recent weeks, and can bow out of the Premier League on a high with a win over a Burnley team that has been pummelled by Leeds and Liverpool in their last two games. Full game preview.
Southampton to beat West Ham (+375)
West Ham had a huge win over West Brom on Wednesday to all but secure European football at the London Stadium next season, but they could be prone to an upset here against a Southampton team that has started putting together some good performances. Full game preview.
— West Ham United (@WestHam) May 20, 2021
Manchester United to beat Wolves (+170)
Manchester United has picked up just one point in their last three games, and head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will no doubt want some momentum before the team faces Villarreal in the Europa League final. Wolves have been lackluster at best this season and could struggle. Full game preview.