CHELSEA are staring into the whites of Man United's eyes after their controversial win against Spurs on Saturday night.
The Blues have closed the gap on their rivals to three points but that will double to six if Sir Alex Ferguson's side win at Arsenal on Sunday.
With Chelsea still to face the Reds it will be a massive 90 minutes at Old Trafford.
United have flattered to deceive away from home all season and they'd be excused to fear a trip to the Emirates.
But the Gunners have won just once in seven to fall out the title chase and United can look back on that wonderful display in Schalke last week that must have given their confidence a lift.
It could be feisty and William Hill go 4-1 one red card is shown and 8-1 for two or more.
And it could also be tense and tight with Stan James going a tempting 5-6 for the match to produce under 2.5 goals.
Javier Hernandez, who struck United’s winner against Everton last weekend, is 13-8 with totesport to find the net at any stage.
Roberto Mancini’s troops are 13-10 with William Hill to beat the Hammers to nil and that looks a decent shout.
Liverpool are no bigger than 1-2 (various) to beat Newcastle at Anfield and that's a reflection on their improved form under Kenny Dalglish.
At the bottom the big game is between Birmingham and Wolves at St Andrews. Wolves were dire as they crashed 3-0 at Stoke in midweek and I can see Brum nicking a win that should make them safe. They are a best 6-5 at Ladbrokes.
(15-8, Chandler, Stan James)
One red card Arsenal v Man Utd
(4-1, William Hill)
Man City to win to nil
(13-10, William Hill)