Who can get their hands on silverware?
1. Leicester City
We’re all familiar with the story by now, the fairytale that can become reality this Sunday.
The Foxes need just three points from their remaining three games to be crowned Premier League champions, after Tottenham Hotspur drew 1-1 at home to West Bromwich Albion on Monday.
Claudio Ranieri’s men travel to Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon to face Champions League chasing Manchester United. It’s a tough game, but the way this season has gone who knows what could happen.
2. Wigan Athletic
After being ‘unofficially’ promoted from League One last week, Wigan will want secure official promotion first and foremost.
A point away at relegation threatened Blackpool tomorrow will be enough to see Latics bounce back into the Championship at the first attempt, but Gary Caldwell’s men might want to go bigger and better.
If they win at Bloomfield Road and second placed Burton Albion fail to beat Gillingham at home, Wigan will be crowned League One champions.
3. Bayern Munich
With three games to go, Bayern Munich sit top of the Bundesliga on 81 points, seven points clear of their nearest rivals Borussia Dortmund who are on 74 points.
If Bayern beat Borussia Monchengladbach at home this weekend, it doesn’t matter what result Dortmund achieve at home to Wolfsburg; Thomas Tuchel’s men will not have enough games to accumulate the points needed to catch the men from the Allianz Arena.
If Munchen secure the title, it will Pep Guardiola’s third Bundesliga title in as many seasons, as well as being a parting gift to the fans before he heads to Manchester City.
Celtic can win the Scottish Premier League title for the fifth season in a row if they win at Hearts and Aberdeen fail to claim a home victory over Motherwell this weekend.
The Glasgow side are nine points ahead of the Dons, meaning a win for Celtic would put them too far ahead on points if Aberdeen can’t match their result.
It will be Ronny Deila’s second SPL crown in his second season as the club’s manager, but much like Guardiola, it will be his parting gift to the fans as he steps down from his role at the end of the campaign.
5. Airbus UK Broughton or The New Saints
These two teams maybe relatively unknown to most of you, but the Welsh Premier League sides will go head-to-head in the Welsh Cup final this Sunday.
The New Saints will be looking to defend the trophy after winning it last campaign, as well as looking to tie up a treble for this season after winning the Welsh Premier League and the Welsh League Cup.
On the other hand, Airbus will be looking to secure the first major trophy in their history.