Currently, the top of the English Premier League offers little excitement.
The rift at the top of the table between Manchester City and Manchester United is now a staggering five points. Unless United has a miserable run, and their cross-town rival pulls off great results one after another, the title is Sir Alex Ferguson's to lose.
Sure, the race for third and forth is an intriguing one. Arsenal is five points ahead of both Chelsea and Spurs. However, Tottenham has an easy set-list, so I don't think Chelsea can achieve the miraculous.
The most excitement, ladies and gentlemen, remains at the bottom of the table.
Six teams are fighting it out to survive. They are Wolverhampton Wanderers, Wigan Athletic, Blackburn Rovers, Queens Park Rangers, Bolton Wanderers and Aston Villa.
Wolves are surely to go down. However, three of these clubs are level on points at 28, while Bolton is only one point ahead of them and Villa five points.
Which of these three will be fortunate enough to survive.
Let's find out.