Second placed Manchester City travel to bottom of the table Wolves in this weekendís Super Sunday encounter.
Looking at Wolves first, they managed a good point at Sunderland at the weekend but it does look like being too little too late for them in terms of remaining in the Premier League.
Terry Connorís side are still eight points adrift from safety and with their recent form it is difficult to see where the next win will come from.
With games against Swansea, Wigan and Everton after this, there is still hope for the Midlands side, but you would think they will have to win all of these to give themselves a chance of staying in the top flight for another season.
The players seem short of any kind of confidence and the fans at Molineux seem to be resigned to the fact that their team will be playing in the Championship next season.
As for Manchester City, they showed real class at Norwich last weekend, beating the Canaries 6-1. All that Roberto Manciniís side can do is keep winning games. Do this and they could have a chance of pinching the title from Manchester United. With Sir Alex Ferguson's men still to play this season City will know there is still plenty to play for.
The return to form of Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero came at the perfect time for Mancini. The two Argentina strikers looked unstoppable at Carrow Road.
If Tevez had of been available for the whole season, would Manchester City be in a better position than they are now? Yes.
No matter what you say about him, there is no doubting that he is a world class striker and on his day, can be one of the best around. With Aguero, Tevez could have been part of a devastating front two for City.
It should be a good game at Molineux, although Wolves are massive underdogs and will not be expected to pick something up from this game even though you feel as if they must get at least a point to keep their slim survival hopes alive.
Manchester City look to be in a great spot of form and will know there is no better team to play in the league at the moment that Connorís struggling side.
Manciniís men will not be taking this lightly and with goal difference potentially playing a massive part in the title race, they will want win and win well.
The Citizens will end up having far too much for Wolves to handle and will run out 4-0 winners.