Here are five bets worth considering for the sporting action this weekend, where €5 will return you €2,000 if the predictions come to pass
Chelsea have essentially had the week off and with the title won for the Blues and Liverpool unlikely to bridge the gap to fourth-place Manchester United for the final Champions League spot, this has a draw written all over it.
Jose Mourinho has a great record at home to the Reds, but motivation, despite talk of gaining maximum points from the remaining games, might be more difficult than usual.
Brendan Rodgers for his part will hope that a disappointing season at worst ends in fifth place, with Spurs just three points behind, a decent showing at Stamford Bridge would boost morale as uncertainty surrounds the future of the manager and a number of his squad.
Leinster to lead by 15 points or more at half-time 6/4
Leinster simply haven't been good enough this season, as head coach Matt O'Connor has publicly admitted.
With Edinburgh away in the final game to end a disappointing season, this is the last showing in front of the home supporters.
Treviso are languishing second from bottom, with only three points to spare over Zebre, and12 points adrift of Cardiff. By some margin they have conceded the most points in the league, so expect the home side to put in a good showing before the summer break.
Man City to score more goals than any other team this weekend, 7/2
Second from top meets second from bottom at the Etihad with both teams pretty much knowing how their fate will pan out.
Manuel Pellegrini's side are realistically going to finish second or third as they battle with the Gunners for the runners-up position, while QPR could be relegated on Sunday if results go against them this weekend.
No team has scored more than City, no team have conceded more than the hapless Rs, while their dreadful away record – just seven points collected from a possible 51 – is a large reason they are heading for the Championship.
Kevin Na to win 18/1
The joint-leader has had a brilliant start at Sawgrass and backed up the pre-tournament suggestions in some quarters that he offered the best E/W value among the outsiders.
The world number 22 picked up three birdies on both the front and back nine to add to his love of the course. In his only previous start at Sawgrass he led into the final round before slipping to seventh after a closing 76.
The stick he is often beaten with is that he lacks the mental strength to win, but this could be his time to shine.
Drogheda United Half-time/Full-time
Sitting third from bottom, Drogheda are just a point better off than visitors Bray Wanderers, who will make the journey short of confidence after their 8-1 drubbing at the hands of Dundalk last week.
Captain David Cassidy is in temporary charge and will have a big job turn things around so quickly, though Drogs come into the game on the back of a 1-0 defeat to Shamrock Rovers, but home advantage should swing it in their favour.
A €5 accumulator bet will pay out €1938 if the bets come to pass.