This season has seen the most exciting race for Champions League places ever, as five teams realistically battle for two places.
As the contenders prepare for the final few months of the season, their respective fixture lists make for interesting reading.
There’s good news in North London where fifth-placed Arsenal and sixth-placed Spurs face a relatively easy run-in. Both sides only have to face three of the current top seven teams. Arsenal have two home games against Liverpool and Chelsea, before a late trip to Old Trafford, while Spurs face away visits to Manchester United and Southampton, before hosting Manchester City.
Things look less easy for clubs in the north west, where both Manchester United and Liverpool must take on five of their rivals. United face a dating run in which they face Spurs, Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea within the space of five games, while Liverpool host both Manchester sides and play three times away, including trips to Arsenal and Chelsea.
Who do you think will make it over the line to coin the Champions League cash?