HOW DID LAWRO DO LAST TIME?
Chelsea 1-0 Man Utd
Birmingham 1-1 Newcastle
Liverpool 2-0 Aston Villa
Man City 2-1 Fulham
Middlesbrough 0-1 Everton
Wigan 1-1 Portsmouth
Charlton 1-1 Blackburn
Tottenham 1-2 Bolton
Sunderland 0-2 Arsenal
Man Utd 3-0 Middlesbrough
West Brom 2-1 West Ham
The actual results
Chelsea 3-0 Man Utd
Birmingham 0-0 Newcastle
Liverpool 3-1 Aston Villa
Man City 1-2 Fulham
Middlesbrough 0-1 Everton
Wigan 1-2 Portsmouth
Charlton 0-2 Blackburn
Tottenham 1-0 Bolton
Sunderland 0-3 Arsenal
Man Utd 0-0 Middlesbrough
West Brom 0-1 West Ham
Lawro got FIVE results correct last week and ONE perfect score!
THIS WEEK'S PREDICTIONS
SUNDAY (ALL KICK-OFFS 1500 BST)
Arsenal v Wigan
Wigan have enjoyed an outstanding year and they should be judged on the season as a whole and not just in the last three months
But there will be a 'wave goodbye to Highbury' and the Champions League feel-good factor for Arsenal's last game at their old stadium.
Aston Villa v Sunderland
Sunderland are probably already anticipating the Championship next season under new owners, which could include Niall Quinn.
But, with Villa, I feel it's a case of David O'Leary trying to get them up for a last hurrah and put off the doubters.
Blackburn v Man City
Blackburn have had a great season, while Manchester City promised a lot but then probably fell short in terms of their lack of depth in the squad.
City manager Stuart Pearce has generally done a good job and Sunday's game should be quite open, with no real undercurrent as it's the last game for both teams for several months.
Bolton v Birmingham
Bolton have fallen a bit short, just because of the number of games they've had to play, but they've had relatively good runs in the FA Cup and Uefa Cup, and it's still been a good season for them.
Birmingham have suffered a nightmare this year - they haven't been able to score goals and had massive injury problems, so I think Bolton will take this game.
Everton v West Brom
I think Everton will finish with a win, playing opposition that has been relegated.
While West Brom will be wondering how many players they can afford to keep for next season, Everton have the nucleus of a good team and next year depends on the quality of the signings they make in the summer.
Fulham v Middlesbrough
Fulham are very good at home and it's a great time to play Middlesbrough because this is their last game until the Uefa Cup final.
So anyone in Boro's side who's got a chance of playing in Eindhoven on 10 May will not want to get injured.
Man Utd v Charlton
We know Charlton haven't been particularly good on their travels and Alan Curbishley has already announced he's going, so I don't see them coming away with anything from this game.
I think it's just a case of Manchester United ending their season on a good note.
Newcastle v Chelsea
I think it'll be a much-changed Chelsea team - they've done all the hard work and won the league, so they'll undoubtedly leave players out.
It would have been Alan Shearer's last hurrah but it obviously isn't, so the Newcastle story is going to be whether Glenn Roeder gets the manager job and possibly he will.
Portsmouth v Liverpool
I think it'll be quite an entertaining game because Liverpool will field a weakened team with a view to FA Cup final.
Portsmouth have enjoyed a fantastic recovery and, having moved clear of relegation a week before the end of the season, there might be a carnival atmosphere at Fratton Park.
West Ham v Tottenham
I think Tottenham can win and secure that Champions League spot because West Ham have one or two injury problems and have the FA Cup final next week.
West Ham have had a very good season but will rest their better players, while Tottenham are also in great form and the ball's been running for them recently with results going in their favour.
Listen to Lawro's views on BBC Radio Five Live's Drive programme at approximately 1720 BST on Fridays. Lawro reserves the right to revise his predictions, based on any late team news.