It's back to Premier League duty for Manchester City and Chelsea today after their glamour midweek clashes in Europe.
An all-English Champions League Final looks on the cards after the Blues drew at Real Madrid and City won 2-1 away to PSG.
Both teams will have one eye on the second leg of those semi-finals when they play today.
Crystal Palace v Manchester City
But they also have pressing Premier League business as City could wrap up the title this weekend while Chelsea are fighting to hang on to a top-four slot.
If Pep Guardilola’s men beat Crystal Palace and Manchester United lose at home to Liverpool tomorrow then the title will be delivered.
That could easily happen and a double on both results pays 217/100 at McBookie.
Palace have nothing but pride to play for, sitting 11 points clear of danger in midtable, and have just one win from their last seven.
They were crushed 4-1 by Chelsea in their last home game and City should win this one comfortably.
Chelsea v Fulham
Chelsea host a Fulham side fighting for their lives at the foot of the table this evening and it’s not a game that promises a lot of goals.
Thirteen of the Blues’ last 16 Premier League games have seen under 2.5 strikes and a repeat here pays a decent 10/11 at Betfred.
The last two meetings have ended in one-goal winning margins and that bet stands a chance here too at 8/5 with McBookie.
Brighton v Leeds Utd
Fourth-bottom Brighton will be looking to pile pressure on Fulham by moving 10 points clear with a win at home to Leeds before the evening kick-off.
Man Utd v Liverpool
That blockbuster clash at Old Trafford is the pick of tomorrow’s card and United head into the game on a high after crushing Roma 6-2 in the Europa League.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men will be desperate to delay City’s coronation as champions but the game means more to Liverpool.
They need a win to keep pace with Chelsea and West Ham in the race for a top-four place so it should be an open encounter.
But there’s better value in the scorer markets with Mo Salah as big as 7/5 at TonyBet for a goal despite netting 29 times this season.
In the Championship, I fancy Rotherham to pile pressure on Derby at the bottom with a win at home to Blackburn.
They sit four behind the Rams but have a game in hand and look decent at 8/5 with William Hill to beat an inconsistent Rovers side.
- Under 2.5 goals in Chelsea v Fulham (10/11, Betfred)
- Both teams to score – no, Brighton v Leeds (5/4, Betfred)
- Manchester City and Rotherham to win (227/100, McBookie).