The English Premier League reaches its penultimate weekend of fixtures, with Liverpool and Manchester City in the thick of the action.
While the destiny of some sides is settled, for better or worse, others are still scrapping for final places in the EPL table.
That’s exactly the boat in which deposed champions Liverpool find themselves, as they continue their last-ditch push for the top four away to relegated West Brom on Sunday.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have a free swing with their game in hand on Chelsea and Leicester, as the pair blocking their Champions League qualification path play each other in the FA Cup final on Saturday.
Defeat on Tuesday for second-placed Manchester United meant their noisy neighbours Manchester City were confirmed as Premier League champions for the third time in four years under Pep Guardiola.
City kick off the weekend on Friday night at St James’ Park when they take on Newcastle.
It’s bubbling up nicely in the top six battle, too, with West Ham, Tottenham and Everton all in action with three matches of their respective campaigns to play.
The Hammers are in possession of sixth place going into the weekend and can strike the first blow when they face Brighton at the Amex Stadium on Saturday night.
Spurs are back on home turf at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday when they host a Wolves side that has long-since lost its way this term.
And Carlo Ancelotti’s Toffees wrap up the weekend’s EPL programme on Sunday night, with rock bottom Sheffield United the visitors to Goodison Park.
A tasty, cross-Pennine scrap sets the tone for the weekend on Saturday lunchtime, as Turf Moor hosts the clash between Red Rose and White Rose when Burnley play Leeds.
Relegated Fulham take a deep breath and head to St Mary’s Stadium straight after that to take on Southampton.
Crystal Palace and Aston Villa, meanwhile, contest the Sunday lunchtime fixture at Selhurst Park.
English Premier League predictions for 14-16 May
Prediction methodology explained: The expected win percentage is based off publicly available odds. For example, if a team’s odds are 2.30, the expected chance of winning is 43%. If the odds are 1.62 the expected chance of winning is 62% and so on. These are accurate at the time of writing but are subject to change. Where there is no value listed, the odds were not available at the time of writing.