GAME OF THE WEEKEND: Manchester United v Blackpool
A lot has been made of the so-called 'weakened team' that United are going to field against Blackpool.
Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Darren Fletcher, Paul Scholes, Anderson, Dimitar Berbatov and Edwin van der Sar will all play. That is clutch of players for which most managers would kill.
They are unlikely to be phoning in their performances either. They will all, to one degree or another, be pushing for a starting berth in the Champions League final the following week.
Ian Holloway has helped stoke up the controversy by claiming that the Premier League would be grateful to see the back of him. I don't think that is necessarily true, but his act has begun to wear a bit thin as the season has gone on.
Let's face it, for all he has done with his squad full of journeymen and misfits, if he had done his job better then his team wouldn't be in the bottom three going into the final game of the season.
Having said that, United certainly rode their luck when these two sides met at Bloomfield Road back in January, with United having to overturn a two-goal deficit in the final 20 minutes to claim a huge win which reignited their title charge.
Now, with so much on the line for Holloway and his players, expect them to go about their business the only way they know: all-out attack. It could all go horribly wrong for the Tangerines, but with both United's first-choice centre-backs likely to be rested, it is a policy that could see them run United close.
I think it is a bridge too far for Blackpool, but if they can go out with a flourish then it would be a fitting end to a memorable cameo in the top flight.
UPSET OF THE WEEKEND: Tottenham Hotspur v Birmingham City
I was surprised by Birmingham's loss at home to Fulham last weekend. Not so much in the 2-0 scoreline itself, but more the manner in which the Blues slumped to defeat.
When Alex McLeish's side are not fighting at full tilt they have little else to offer. However, I can't see McLeish letting them get away with another performance like the one against the Cottagers.
Tottenham have only beaten Birmingham once in their last five meetings, and their clean sheet against Liverpool was their first in seven matches. Birmingham will have that in the forefront of their minds as they bid to avoid the ignominy of being relegated in the same year as winning a major trophy.
It all depends on how much Spurs really want that place in the Europa League. If they put in a lacklustre performance then Birmingham could take advantage.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Charles N'Zogbia (Stoke City v Wigan Athletic)
N'Zogbia has been pivotal to Wigan not already being condemned to relegation in the last few weeks. He has hit form at just the right time, scoring five goals in as many games.
Roberto Martinez and Dave Whelan must be thanking their lucky stars that his proposed move to Birmingham last summer broke down. He will surely move on to a bigger club in this close-season, regardless of the Latics' fortunes.
Before that, though, he has one final opportunity to display his talents in blue-and-white at the Britannia Stadium. We all know what a difficult place that can be to visit, but with the biggest day of their season now been and gone and European football already secured, who could blame Stoke for taking their foot off the gas just a little?
Their three outstanding performers of the season - Matthew Etherington, Robert Huth and Jermaine Pennant - are all injury doubts, with Huth in particular unlikely to feature.
That will be a major boost for Wigan, and N'Zogbia will be able to get a lot more joy when he cuts inside from the channels if the big German is not facing him.
The Frenchman is also tough enough to withstand the attentions of Stoke's full-backs, and he will relish any set pieces that he or his team-mates win around the box.
UNDER PRESSURE: Steve Kean (Wolverhampton Wanderers v Blackburn Rovers)
This is the most intriguing fixture of the relegation battle, as these two teams are the only ones with their fate in their own hands. A win for either side would definitely keep them up, no matter what else happens.
Rovers are in this position after claiming a 1-1 draw at Ewood Park last time out. On the face of it, that is a good result, but the final 20 minutes against United made me think they deserve to go down.
After Manchester United equalised to make it 1-1, the final part of the game was one of the most infuriating things I have seen in football for a long time. Both sides were happy with a point, so they contrived to casually knock the ball around with no intention of scoring, right up until the final whistle a la Germany v Austria in 1982.
That was all well and good for United - although it was a very unbecoming way to win a record 19th title - but Blackburn may well live to regret wasting a significant portion of a match they could have won. Even if they had gone for broke and ended up losing, they would still be travelling to Molineux knowing that a win - or probably even a draw - would see them safe because of their superior goal difference.
As the manager, Kean has to take the blame for that. If they lose at Wolves and other results go against them, then the man Venky's hired to take the club forward following Sam Allardyce's steady tenure will surely have taken charge of his final match at Blackburn.