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Manchester United will have to keep an eye on Gareth Bale
The final game to catch my interest this week will be Manchester United's trip to Tottenham.
Spurs are on an amazing run in the league at the minute.
Since losing 5-2 at Arsenal on November 17, Spurs have lost just one of their last 10 league games and they've won seven of those.
That's an amazing set of results by anyone's standards.
Yes, they had a sticky patch at the start of the season, but they've come through it and look to be almost a lock for Champions League football next year.
Andre Villas-Boas deserves a hell of a lot of credit for the way he's carried himself since taking over from Harry Redknapp, and he'll have a degree of satisfaction that he's now doing himself justice in England.
Spurs are the only side to have beaten United at Old Trafford this season, when Andre Villas-Boas mastermined a sensational 3-2 victory, with Gareth Bale among the scorers.
Despite all the controversy over whether he's a diver or not, Bale is a fantastic player.
He may even be world-class.
He's got pace, skill, strength and the ability to score goals.
Those are qualities that United will need to be aware of when they travel down to London on Sunday.
I'm going to say something that might surprise a few people.
It's really easy to praise United's attacking players like Robin van Persie and the fit-again Wayne Rooney, but one player who's really come in to his own this season is Rafael.
I'll be honest and say that the little Brazilian was someone who I never really appreciated as a player, but this season, he's been excellent.
Yes, he's still a little naive at times, but he's learning with every game, and he's become a real fixture in Sir Alex Ferguson's plans.
It would've been so easy for Sir Alex to go out and spend a fortune on an experienced right-back, but he's kept faith with Rafael and all at Manchester United are reaping the benefits.
He'll have a key role to play on Sunday as he'll likely be up against the aforementioned Bale.
Rafael is quick enough to keep up with the Welshman, and whoever manages to win that battle will no doubt have a key impact on the game.
There are going to be goals and great football in this one, and I can't wait to see what happens!
In terms of the result, its tough.
Van Persie is becoming almost talismanic at United, and with the return of Wayne Rooney, it's going to be tough for Spurs.
I just think that Spurs will be strong enough defensively to come away with a win and exploit United's problems at the back.
Prediction: Tottenham win