Three weeks remaining of the Premier League and we still do not know who will be champions, who will fill out the final two spots in the top four, and who will join Fulham and Huddersfield Town in being relegated to the Championship for 2019/20.
Some of those scenarios should become clearer this weekend.
The action starts on Friday at 11pm UAE time as Liverpool can regain top spot, at least for 48 hours, if they beat Huddersfield at Anfield.
Saturday's schedule starts with Tottenham Hotspur knowing a win over West Ham United at 3.30pm could be enough, if other results go their way, to seal a top-four finish.
There are four 6pm games, with 18th-placed Cardiff's must-win game at Fulham the standout, before at 8.30pm it is Brighton and Hove Albion at home to Newcastle United.
Sunday begins with Leicester City v Arsenal at 3pm, before champions Manchester City, depending on what Liverpool do on Friday, can go back top, or extend their lead, with three points at Burnley at 5.05pm.
Then the action concludes with Manchester United v Chelsea at 7.30pm.
Ahead of this round of fixtures, sports editor Graham Caygill has made his predictions and explained his reasoning in the photo gallery above. To move on to the next photo, click on the arrows, or if using a mobile device, simply swipe.