The race for the top four is among the tightest it has been as five clubs battle for the three UEFA Champions League places behind runaway leaders Manchester City.
Which of the five have the advantage during the run-in? Richard Morgan of Skysports.com reveals all.
Jose Mourinho's side face defining games against rivals Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal, all at Old Trafford.
On paper, awkward trips to Man Utd, Everton and Chelsea look to be Liverpool's hardest tests.
Chelsea face the Manchester clubs in their next two contests, with the first, at Old Trafford, one that may go a long way in deciding the champions' top-four hopes.
However, the Blues also face Spurs and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge before the season's climax, knowing victories in those fixtures could be decisive.
The team with the greatest momentum appear to also have the most favourable run-in, facing opponents with an average position of 13th.
Spurs' next top-six tests come at Chelsea and Man City on 1 and 14 April.
The Gunners do only have to play two of their top-six rivals, Man City and Man Utd, but whether they can make up their eight-point deficit on Chelsea remains doubtful.
Arsene Wenger's team need 24 points from their final 11 matches to reach the average number for finishing fourth since 1995/96.