IT could be the end of the road for Stoke with relegation finally confirmed this weekend.
The side Paul Lambert inherited from Mark Hughes have struggled all season and could be put out of their misery when Crystal Palace visit.
Three draws have extended Stoke's survival bid but all around them teams are winning and time is just about to run out. The fact Lambo needs three points could be the biggest problem.
Stoke just can't score – seven goals in 12 – and the chances of them scoring two are slim. It has only happened once this year and that was back in January against Huddersfield.
It could be the worst time to face Palace who are all but safe after a thrilling 5-0 win against Leicester last week.
Roy Hodgson has done an incredible job and his side are unbeaten in 10 against the bottom six and have netted in 10 of ther last 11 on the road. Do that again and they should bag at least a point.
A Palace win tempts at 9-5 with bet365 while you could play safer with Palace draw no bet at evens with Marathonbet.
Wilfried Zaha's been Hodgson's top man this season and bagged the opener against the Foxes. He is 6-1 at bet365 to score first and 47-20 at anytime with Marathonbet.
Swansea could be in even deeper trouble if they crash at Bournemouth. Both sides are off form but the Swans haven't won away this year so take the home at 23-20 with Betway.
Southampton sit third bottom, one point behind Swansea, and face a tougher test at an Everton side with just one win in seven. Sam Allardyce isn't popular on Merseyside but he's done a decent job and should bank three points at 2-1 with McBookie – and there's no way they should be underdogs at home.
At the top of the table most of the issues have been settled but if Spurs slip up at West Brom today it will give Chelsea hope of catching them or tomorrow's opponents Liverpool in the top-four chase.
The Baggies have been brilliant under Ronnie Moore but will almost certainly be relegated even if they win their last two. If this had been a few weeks ago Spurs would be away bankers but 5-11 at Unibet looks a bit short.
Under Moore West Brom have netted against Man United, Liverpool and Newcastle while Spurs' previous five before beating Watford on Monday saw both scoring.
That's the call again at a nice price of 19-20 at 10Bet and consider Harry Kane to score first at 23-10 with Marathonbet.
All the Championship games are tomorrow and I'll preview them and the Chelsea v Liverpool match at mrfixitstips.com.
In League One and League Two there are a few issues to be settled. Wigan need a point at Doncaster to clinch the title ahead of Blackburn and I'm on the Latics at 8-11 with Ladbrokes.
Blackburn are 4-11 at William Hill to get the job done at home to Oxford and leave Wigan to see how they cope with the pressure.
Game of the day is Rochdale v Charlton. Dale must win to avoid the drop and hope Oldham don't beat Northampton while Charlton need a point to take the final play-off spot from Plymouth.
I'm on a draw at Rochdale and I like already relegated Northampton at 14-5 with bet365 to give Oldham nightmares.
In League Two two from Coventry, Lincoln and Mansfield will clinch play-off spots. Coventry need a point and face a Morecambe side who will stay up with a draw – and not surprisingly that's being backed heavily.
A draw will also be enough for but they've been in good form and should win at 1-2 with Betway.