MATCH OF THE WEEKEND: Chelsea v Wigan
Forget about any more upsets this season, Chelsea will be crowned champions on Sunday.
We've all heard Wigan's battle cries this week, and how they are looking forward to springing an upset, but I'm not convinced it can happen.
We all know how poorly Wigan travel against the big sides and surely they will come up short against the biggest of them all.
There's no way Chelsea will let it slip now, especially considering their home form.
Yes, they've had a few blips away from home - not least at Wigan - but at Stamford Bridge I really can't see their nerves getting the better of them at the weekend.
Wigan simply do not spell any danger to Chelsea and the Premier League trophy will be raised in west London by tea-time - and not in Manchester.
And when it is, it will be thoroughly deserved.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Gareth Bale
Bale has been rewarded for a rich run of form with a new deal to keep him at Tottenham, but for me the young Welshman still has a lot to prove.
There can be no denying how much he has come on in recent weeks, but it's all well and good delivering in the final two-thirds of the season when he's finally got himself going.
But what he has to do is prove himself over the course of a full season - and that is why the next campaign will be a big one for him.
I don't buy into all the speculation that other big clubs were sniffing around him - more likely it was a ploy used by his 'people' to force Spurs into thrashing out a deal that was suitable to him. I'm certain other clubs would have wanted to see another season out of him before making a move.
At the moment, Bale remains full of potential, but with nothing guaranteed.
UPSET OF THE WEEKEND: Arsenal v Fulham
Amazingly, the race for third place - and that final passport into the Champions League proper - is still up for grabs going into the final day of the season.
Such has been Tottenham's great recent run of form, they can still pip Arsenal to third if they avoid defeat to Europa League finalists Fulham.
The game has been highlighted as a potential upset, and it certainly would be a huge shock if Fulham were to do Spurs a huge favour and beat the Gunners.
I just can't see it happening. Fulham will have their minds on Wednesday's clash with Atletico Madrid - and rightly so - and having seen Roy Hodgson rest players earlier in the season, it would come as no surprise to see him do it again.
Fulham have not been great away from home this season and without their best players I just don't think they will be able to get anything from the game.
And let's not forget about Arsenal. They will be up for the game and owe one final decent performance to their fans, to themselves and to the manager.
UNDER PRESSURE: Roberto Mancini
Manchester City's failure to qualify for the Champions League has heaped pressure on Roberto Mancini, but I think it would be crazy if he did not start next season still in charge of the club.
It just wouldn't make sense - City have had a great season and just claimed their best finish for years.
Mancini has to be judged over the course of a complete season with a squad he has assembled himself, not a collection of players left over from the previous incumbent of the managerial hotseat.
City have already sacked one manager needlessly and to repeat that mistake would be a terrible idea.