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Ladbrokes announce final day specials as Liverpool chase upset

| 11.05.2014

The most twist-laden Premier League season comes to a close on Sunday with the destination of the title still unknown.

While the games of both Manchester City and Liverpool will undoubtedly be the focus of the Sky Sports cameras there is still the small matter of the final Europa League spot to decide between Tottenham and Manchester United.

But rather than just watch the drama unfold, Ladbrokes have given you the chance to have a little vested interest in proceedings with a host of last day specials. You can find all of the markets here, with a choice few shown below:

Goals in 2nd Half injury time

A repeat of Manchester City’s epic 2011/12 title win, with the famous Sergio Aguero goal in the dying embers against QPR would be a fitting end to such a dramatic season.

However, you don’t have to rely on City in this market as injury time goals in all of Sunday’s games go towards the bet. One stoppage-strike to fly in is 6/4 while three or more is the 9/2 market outsider.

Match with last goal

If you do fancy a betting on lightening striking twice then try this market. Man City’s clash with West Ham is 5/1 to see the last goal of the afternoon while it’s the same price that there’s late drama at Anfield for the Reds’ clash with Newcastle.

Player to score final goal of the season

Unsurprisingly Luis Suarez is the favourite here, at 20/1, and considering he’s scored the equal most last goals in games this season with seven, he’s a wise ally.

Two men who share that tally are Daniel Sturridge, who is 25/1 to score the final goal of the season, and Olivier Giroud (50s).

Alternatively, you can back a romantic finish of Ryan Giggs potentially signing off his playing career with the last goal of the campaign at 100/1.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Matt Wiggins

No idyllic sound comes close to leather on willow for Matt, whose previous experience includes stints with Spin Magazine and Surrey County Cricket Club. It's not just cricket that interests him though, with football, golf, tennis and any American sport not played on ice all high on his list of favourites.