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Jonathan Day is backing Pep Guardiola to sign off from La Liga with a win full of goals and he's also siding with both sides to score at White Hart Lane

Real Betis v Barcelona
Saturday 12th May 2012: 21:00 BST

Saturday’s evening kick-off marks Pep Guardiola’s last league game in charge of Barcelona, with assistant Tito Vilanova taking charge of the Catalan giants next season.

Guardiola has given the likes of Martin Montoya, Thiago Alcantara and Pedro run-outs with the Liga title already lost, but Barca have been in free-scoring mood with 15 goals netted in the last three games alone.

Lionel Messi scored all four goals last time out in Barcelona’s 4-0 victory over city rivals Espanyol and the Argentine forward has now scored an incredible 50 goals in La Liga this season and 72 overall.

Opponents Real Betis are unbeaten in five games at the Estadio Benito Villamarin and coach Pepe Mel has built on his side’s promotion from the Segunda Division last year.  Betis have scored in 14 of the last 16 games but defensively only two clean sheets have been kept in 14 matches.

With the Copa Del Rey final to look forward to, Barcelona will be looking to sign off the league in style with a comfortable win for coach Pep Guardiola.

Tip: Barcelona to win AND over 3.5 goals at 6/5 (2.20) at bet365

Tottenham v Fulham

Sunday 13th May: 15:00 BST

With Chelsea finishing outside the top four in the Premier League, a win in the Champions League final in Munich next Saturday would mean just three sides would qualify from the league.

Tottenham have won two of the last three games, but going back to February, Spurs have won just three of the last 12 games with the distraction of Harry Redknapp being linked with the England job affecting both players and manager.

Spurs have, however, scored in every match at White Hart Lane this season and striker Emmanuel Adebayor has netted three goals in his last two appearances.

Opponents Fulham could finish as high as seventh, whilst Martin Jol’s side are already guaranteed a top-half finish this season. The Cottagers are ending the campaign on a high with five wins in the last seven matches and Clint Dempsey will again be the main threat for Fulham on Sunday.

Both teams have scored in six of Tottenham’s last eight home games and Spurs will be desperate for three points with the likes of Bale and Modric demanding Champions League football.

Tip: Both Teams to Score (Tottenham v Fulham) at 5/6 (1.83) at bet365

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Tip: Barcelona to win AND over 3.5 goals at 6/5 (2.20) at bet365

Tip: Both Teams to Score (Tottenham v Fulham) at 5/6 (1.83) at bet365

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