We list the best bets and the best odds from across Europe for the final showdowns before the summer football kicks into action.
English Premier League Odds
Title Race: Manchester City vs. Liverpool
There's hasn't been a title race this tight for some time. It has to be said that whoever does eventually claim the Premier League title will fully deserve it.
Liverpool and Manchester City have absolutely dominated this season but it's still going right down to the wire.
With City leading the line by a single point and neither team seeming to relent it's going to the final game.
The odds for a City win are slim and with Liverpool sitting in second and with a Champions League campaign in full swing the odds have spiked to around 4/1. Not bad odds at all.
German Bundesliga Winner Odds
What a season it has been in German. Bayern have dominated the Bundesliga in recent years but now we have a worthy title race and everything is left to play for.
It's hard to believe but with seven points adrift at the top of the table, this year's title was Dortmund's to lose.
They conceded those points and let Bayern pipped them to top spot. Then just a month ago it was Dortmund's golden chance when they met their rivals away in Munich.
Bayern battered them 5-0 and it looked like it was all over. But after slipping points again last week, Bayern have let Die Borussen back in.
The odds for Bayern don't have much value but with Dortmund coming up the rear with a new lease of life and seeing Bayern slip up a bet of 10/1 with bet365 isn't a bad shout at all.
Dutch Eredivisie Winner Odds
Ajax are certainly the talk of the town. The Amsterdammers have swept all aside them in the Champions League this season.
But they've not wrapped the Dutch league title and arch rivals PSV will want to show everyone what they're made of.
|2nd||PSV Eindhoven||80 (71+)|
These two are LOCKED ON POINTS at the top of the table and the odds are wide open because of it.
With Ajax waging a war on the continent and a cup final tie slip ups can happen. PSV will be ready to bounce. Arguably the most exciting title race in Europe at the moment.
- May 12 Ajax vs FC Utrecht
- May 12 AZ Alkmaar vs PSV Eindhoven
- May 15 De Graafschap vs Ajax
- May 15 PSV Eindhoven vs Heracles
Serie A Top 4 Odds
A month ago you would've been certain to say that the estranged brothers from Milan, Inter and AC Milan would be sure fire bets to take the remaining two Champions League spots in Serie A. But how times change and it's all gone topsy turvy.
One of the most exciting battles in Europe right now
Napoli and Juventus claimed the first two spots some time ago and have left another six teams scrapping in contention for the highly lucrative and desirable Champions League football next season.
After 35 games with 3 games left to play it's tight at the top making it one of the most exciting battles in Europe right now.
Serie A Top 4 Odds
The value bets here are without a doubt on the outsiders lying just shy of the top four spots. Atalanta have had a resurgence in recent weeks but never rule out the abilities of a Milan side that's looking to get back in with the big boys where they belong.
Rivals Roma and Lazio are looking to pip the others to the post at the last gasp with. Lazio's odds are an incredible 1000/1 if you fancy a flutter.
La Liga Top Four Odds
Spain's La Liga is in a similar position to Serie A. Barcelona wrapped up the title long ago, with the Madrid twins Atlético and Real sealing 2nd and 3rd over the most recent fixtures.
The battle for that last remaining fourth spot is very much still in the mix with Getafe, Valencia, and Sevilla all vying for a spot in the Champions League next season and the dosh that comes with.
It really is wide open with fourth placed Getafe having to travel to the Camp Nou to meet Barcelona in their penultimate match. Hosting Villarreal on the final day won't be a walk in the park.
Will two fronts be too much to handle?
Similarly Sevilla have a tough task ahead of them at the Wanda against Atlético Madrid, while a final match up against Basques Bilbao can be set to derail their ambitions.
Valencia still have the chance to qualify for the Champions League by winning the Europe League. Valencia probably have the easiest ride with Alavés and Valladolid lying in wait. Will two fronts be too much to handle though?
Turkish Superlig Winner Odds
You're probably not that familiar with Turkey's new kids on the block Istanbul Basaksehir and why would you be? Following big investment over recent years they've emerged as tough challengers to the tradition top three of Galatasaray, Fenerbahce and Besiktas.
They came close last year and this time round they're locked on points with three games to go.
Turskish Superlig Winner Odds
Along with the battle for Champions League football in Spain and Italy, betting on the Turkish Süperlig represent some of the best value odds in Europe right now.
Galatasaray are favourites but still at a solid 13/10, while Basaksehir, still level on points are a solid 5/1. Definitely worth a punt after a bit of research.
- May 11 Rizespor vs Galatasaray
- May 12 Istanbul Basaksehir vs Ankaragucu
- May 13 Besiktas vs Alanyaspor
- May 18 Trabzonspor vs Besiktas
- May 19 Galatasaray vs Istanbul Basaksehir
- May 26 Sivasspor vs Galatasaray
- May 26 Istanbul Basaksehir vs Alanyaspor
- May 26 Besiktas vs Kasimpasa
Portuguese Primeira Liga Winner Odds
The Portuguese Primeira Liga looks like it's going down to the last day and the rewards are double. The winner claims not just the title but an automatic qualifying spot to next year's Champions League.
There's very little in it
Last year Porto ran away with it by seven points but this time round they've gone toe to toe for much of the season and there's very little in it.
With two games left only Porto's recent draw and dropping two points in the process separates the two Portuguese giants. It's really that tight.
The runner up will have to qualify for the Champions League on top of relinquishing the title. Porto also have to overcome the obstacle of third place Sporting Lisbon in the final game of the season and hope their arch rivals Benfica slip up in the process.
Still, at 5/1 not a bad shout.
- May 12 Rio Ave vs Benfica
- May 12 Nacional vs Porto
- May 19 Benfica vs Santa Clara
- May 19 Porto vs Sporting Lisbon