ACCOUNTANT Russell Brown has been looking keenly at the numbers game this week and 'Jack', as he is known to his friends, hopes to be a bit of a terrier with his tips. Leicester fan Russell also has a bit of a dilemma in predicting the result of the Foxes fixture. 'My mate Dave-the-Leg is a West Ham fan and my scoreline is sure to upset him,' Russell said. Of course the reply could be 'Jack . . .' As usual, three points are awarded for an exact scoreline with a point given for the correct result (home win, away win or draw). Here are Russell's forecasts. ASTON VILLA 1 ARSENAL 2: Villa will be looking to put on the European flair and spoil the champions' final match but it won't come to pass. The Arsenal limo-style of play will triumph in the end, even if they do come off the pedal a little when the game is safely in their hands. BARNSLEY 1 MANCHESTER UNITED 3: After losing the league and bouncing back against Leeds, United will want to do a similar job against a Barnsley side already relegated. The Tykes will look to play with some style but that leaky defence will let them down again. BLACKBURN 1 NEWCASTLE 1: Happy to have avoided the drop, Newcastle will play out this fixture in a lacklustre fashion, as will Blackburn. Nothing at stake and nothing worth watching. CHELSEA 1 BOLTON 2: Chelsea will have the Cup-Winners' Cup on their minds and Bolton will be playing for survival so some precious points on offer here for the Lancashire side, giving them Premier League survival. CRYSTAL PALACE 2 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 1: Palace will be looking to leave the Premier League on a high and this is the match that will allow them to express themselves. Wednesday's season has been over for a few weeks and Big Ron will find it hard to kick the lethargy out of his side's boots. DERBY 0 LIVERPOOL 2: Derby have blown their chance for a European excursion next season and will be on the wrong end of a result that will signal Liverpool's rebuilding programme in the quest to conquer their traditional rivals United and now Arsenal. EVERTON 1 COVENTRY 0: Everton must win this one to have any hope of staying up and they should just sneak a result against a Coventry side more used to being in the Toffees' position of fighting for survival. Gordon Strachan's boys will never say die but this one has to go Goodison's way. LEEDS 1 WIMBLEDON 1: Both sides will stifle each other out and this stalemate will have little entertainment. A goal apiece will actually flatter these teams. TOTTENHAM 1 SOUTHAMPTON 0: Spurs will be seeking a result to keep their fans faithful and this slender margin will not really reflect the play. WEST HAM 1 LEICESTER 3: The Hammers may try and play attractive football but when it comes to a complete package, they cannot match Leicester. Martin O'Neill has worked wonders at Filbert Street and long may it continue.