The final day of the 2014/15 Premier League campaign brings with it a glut of fixtures in which both sides have nothing or next to nothing to play for.
Only Newcastle v West Ham and Hull v Manchester United have life and death meaning, with relegation and, in the case of the latter match, an outside shot at avoiding the qualifying round of the Champions League at stake.
Champions Chelsea take on surviving Sunderland, while elsewhere equally safe Aston Villa and Leicester take on long-since doomed Burnley and QPR respectively.
Liverpool, Tottenham and Southampton have the questionable motivation of nailing down a Europa League spots away to Stoke, Everton and Manchester City, while Arsenal need only avoid a hammering at home to mid-table West Brom to secure third place.
Yet when it comes to predicting the most insipid fixture as the curtain is lowered on the Premier League for another campaign, there is no getting away from Crystal Palace v Swansea.
The bwin odds boffins have installed the ‘clash’ as their 4/1 favourite to have fewest shots on target of any of the division’s final round of fixtures.
Such a statement may seem rash considering they go 7/1 about Villa’s all-claret clash with Burnley, a collision which pits the sides with the lowest and joint-second lowest shots on target per game averages in the top flight against oneanother.
However the Villans have been far more attacking under Tim Sherwood, averaging 4.14 keeper-troublers per home game since he took over, against a seasonal mean of 3.3.
Moreover, the desire to put their recent hammering against Southampton behind the before the FA Cup final should them keen as mustard.
The same cannot be said for either Palace, who average 3.8 efforts on target per home league game this term or Swansea, who have mustered a moderate 3.5 per away outing in 2014/15.
With eigth place playing 12th theirs is the most definitively mid-table matchup going on the end of term bill of fare.