We have delved into Serie A to pick out two matches on the final day of the campaign, while the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Arsenal also makes its way into the accumulator.
Chelsea to win - BET NOW
Frank Lampard won four FA Cup winners medals as a Chelsea player and can enjoy a fruitful end to his first season as Blues manager by leading them to victory over Arsenal at Wembley.
Eighteen years ago Lampard was part of the Chelsea team which succumbed 2-0 to Arsenal in the 2002 FA Cup final. He has been on the winning side every other time he has appeared in the final and his team look worthy favourites to land the trophy.
Arsenal are the most successful team in FA Cup history, lifting the trophy on 13 occasions. They toppled Manchester City 2-0 in the semi-finals, showing defensive resilience and a ruthless edge in front of goal.
It was a performance similar to last month's league encounter at home to Liverpool which Arsenal won 2-1 despite losing the shot count 24 to three.
With talented forwards Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette in the side, the Gunners are always gone to carry a threat but their season has been largely disappointing and eighth place is their lowest finish since the 1994-95 campaign, which they started under double-winning manager George Graham and finished under caretaker-boss Stewart Houston.
Mikel Arteta has been charged with turning Arsenal's fortunes around but faces a tougher task than Lampard, who inherited a strong Chelsea squad supplemented by several talented youngsters.
Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount and Reece James are just three of a crop of Chelsea academy graduates with bright futures and could make their mark on the final, although the main threats may come from Olivier Giroud and Christian Pulisic, who are finishing the season with a flourish.
It looks a Chelsea side with lots of scope to improve and an FA Cup final victory could be a significant milestone in their development.
Lazio to win - BET NOW
Lazio were assured of a top-four finish with three games to spare and can climb at least one more position by winning away to Napoli in their final match of the campaign.
The Biancocelesti go into the final weekend in fourth but know a victory would see them climb above at least one of Atalanta or Inter, who face each other in Bergamo.
There is plenty of incentive for Lazio, who could finish in the top two for the first time since winning the Scudetto in 1999-2000, but there is far less at stake for Napoli, who are guaranteed to finish seventh and will be more concerned about next Saturday's Champions League clash at Barcelona.
The tie is finely balanced after a 1-1 draw at the Stadio San Paolo and the last thing Napoli need is to pick up any injuries. Head coach Gennaro Gattuso is likely to be cautious with his team selection, affording Lazio a great chance of signing off with a win.
Sampdoria to win - BET NOW
Sampdoria have lost their last three games but can give their fans an end-of-season boost by beating relegated Brescia. It has been a tough season for Samp, who were involved in the survival scrap until winning five of six matches earlier this summer.
Their performances tailed off after safety was assured but they should still have enough to overcome second-bottom Brescia, who have lost six of their last seven fixtures.
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Both Serie A games are available on the Livescore App, while Arsenal v Chelsea is on BBC one.
Sampdoria to win.
Arsenal v Chelsea, Napoli v Lazio and Brescia v Sampdoria.
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