With the 33rd week of the English Premier League firmly in the books, matters at the top of the table are truly, finally settled.
Things at the bottom aren't so clear, though, and the next five weeks will be nerve-wracking for hundreds of thousands of fans.
With some great performances on show, who made our Team of the Week?
An easy choice for goalkeeper this week is Reading's Alex McCarthy.
After more than five months out injured, the youngster came back into the side and produced a stunning display of saves.
Officially, he produced 10 in total. Each one seemingly better than the next!
Steaming forward down the right-hand side all game long for Everton was live wire Seamus Coleman.
Once a very raw prospect, the Irishman is now quickly developing into a consistent, well-rounded and explosive talent. He put in a great performance at both ends of the pitch and had Queens Park Rangers' full-backs in fits.
It wasn't just Alex McCarthy saving the day for Reading, the defence put in a titanic shift too.
The movement of Daniel Sturridge, Philippe Coutinho and Luis Suarez is enough to flummox the best defences in the world, and it often came down to bravery and blocks for the Royals on Saturday.
Adrian Mariappa's performance was overshadowed by his goalkeeper's, but it was still a very impressive outing.
If there's one crumb of comfort Norwich City can take from an agonising afternoon at the Emirates Stadium, it's that Michael Turner could lead them to Premier League safety.
The central defender has been in imperious form for a while now, and his goal was the difference for a long stretch in North London. He puts his body on the line every single week.
Danny Rose's loan spell at Sunderland was looking a tad unproductive considering the season they've endured, but Paolo Di Canio has unlocked the beast inside.
The converted left-back had an eye-popping game, showing off pace, power and awareness at both ends of the pitch.
Adam Johnson's revival and subsequent golazo deserves a mention, but Santi Cazorla just pips him for an all-around great game.
The Spaniard was a constant thorn in Norwich's side and his patient style of play came off in the end—three goals in 12 minutes in the final stages of the game won it for Arsenal.
Michael Carrick did nothing out of the ordinary this weekend.
He was his usual consistent, superb self; Controlling the game from midfield, directing a less experienced partner in Wayne Rooney and scoring the early goal that truly set the tone at the Britannia Stadium.
Southampton are currently striding toward safety and things are looking very, very good in the near future.
Morgan Schneiderlin has made our Team of the Week on a regular basis this season, but it's his midfield partner that gets the nod this time around.
Jack Cork is developing quickly, controlled the game against West Ham and misplaced just one of his 53 passes.
Steven Pienaar came back into Everton's side after a month-long absence and sparkled once more.
Whether it's linking with up Leighton Baines or drifting across to overload the flanks, the South African bamboozled the Queens Park Rangers defence and pulled off some neat moments in play.
An energetic, Paolo Di Canio-inspired performance from Sunderland has lifted fears of relegation in the North East of England for the time being.
Stephane Sessegnon put in the performance we've waited more than 32 weeks for—twisting, turning and powering past opponents.
Every part of his game came to the fore on Sunday, and his opening goal was a cracker.
Was it a penalty? Doesn't matter. Olivier Giroud showed us all what he's capable of against Norwich City.
He hit the bar early on, demonstrated decent awareness and linkup play and bundled in the second, killer goal. It was nice to see the Frenchman refrain from shooting from 90 yards for once.