Just 11 fixtures remain until someone will lift the Premier League trophy aloft.
Leicester City, to the surprise of many, still remain in pole position to do so and as long as they better the results of those teams directly below them each week, the title is theirs.
Certainly the week’s are running out for the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City to overhaul them.
In City’s case, they are in Capital One Cup Final action against Liverpool at Wembley and face a fixture pile up later in the season.
Let’s take a look at four of the games from Week 27 of the Premier League, all of which can be seen on IPTVKing.com.
West Ham v Sunderland
Big Sam Allardyce returns to his old east London stomping ground looking to prove a point.
The old Hammers manager was unceremoniously dumped for Slaven Bilic and at present it looks to be exactly the right decision.
West Ham are flying high and dreaming of Europe whilst Allardyce and his Black Cats are enduring a nightmare at the opposite end of the table.
Some good recent results has seen Sunderland come within a whisker of getting out of the bottom three.
Indeed, at the time of writing, just a point separates them from the two teams above them. It’s another relegation dogfight that will go right to the wire so at least a point here will do very nicely thank you.
Jermain Defoe also returns to the club where he made his name. Don’t bet against him scoring on his last visit to Upton Park.
The main threat to the visitors is the incomparable Dimitri Payet, easily the Premier League’s best player this season.
West Ham can only climb as high as fifth with a win, and if results elsewhere go their way. It would keep them at least four points ahead of their nearest rivals however.
European football at the Olympic Stadium is looking a distinct possibility as long as the bubbles don’t fade and die once again.
Leicester City v Norwich City
When you’re down at the bottom of the table and looking for points any which way you can get them, the last place you want to go is to the team who are leading the division.