This week in the Premier League, fans thought that they would see a low-scoring week with only 11 goals scored in seven games on Saturday, but then on Sunday, the league came alive.
Manchester United and Everton accounted for eight goals in their 4-4 draw, plus Manchester City beat Wolves 2-0 to put City only three points behind United in the title race, ahead of the Manchester derby next Monday.
As for Wolves, they were the first club to be officially relegated. As for the two other clubs dropping to the Championship, that may not be decided until the final day of the season.
Blackburn and QPR took wins away from the weekend, while Bolton drew and Wigan lost as the four relegation rivals head into the final four games separated by four points.
In the race for the final Champions League spot, Tottenham fell to QPR and lost fourth place to Newcastle, while Chelsea are still in the hunt as well, four points behind Newcastle after a 0-0 draw with Arsenal.
As always, last week's ranking is in parenthesis.