In what's being billed as the greatest finale to a Premier League season, with all several big issues going down to the wire, the firm are anticipating 3000 bets will be placed per minute from kick-off until full-time on Super Sunday.
The title has changed hands no less than 12 times this season, which is a Premier League record, however, with Man City at 1-9 it doesn't look like the top spot will swap on Sunday.
Manchester United are 5-1 to pick up their 20th league trophy but need to win at Sunderland and hope for a favour from QPR.
With both teams odds-on, the bookies are confident City (1-7) and United (2-5) will beat QPR (16-1) and Sunderland (13-2) respectively, leaving the title to be decided by goal difference (2-5).
But should either team slip up it's 7-4 points is the decisive factor for one half of Manchester. Arsenal's result to Norwich last weekend may have dented their confidence but they remain odds-on favourites at 4-9 to finish third ahead of Spurs (13-8) and Newcastle (25-1).
Spurs (2-5) head into their match against Fulham (7-1) as the favourites as Martin Jol return to the Lane aiming to cause an upset.
Bolton (7-4) travel to Stoke who are 11-8 to condemn them to Championship football next year. And should all 20 teams want to go out with a bang it's 240-1 that every side finds the back of the net this weekend.