While Manchester United betting fans have already cashed in on their Premier League title win, the battle to avoid the remaining two relegation spots continues to rage on.
Wolverhampton Wanderers host fellow strugglers Blackburn Rovers this Sunday, in a match where only a win will guarantee safety for either side.
Blackburn and Wolves, sitting in 15th and 16th in the table respectively and both level on 40 points, are just two of five teams in danger of relegation on what is sure to be a gripping finale to the season.
Below them on 39 points, Wigan and Blackpool will both be praying for a victory that would be their ticket to top-flight football next term.
Rovers can take solace in the fact that they managed to beat Wolves 3-0 in the reverse fixture back in December, but a recent poor run of form has seen them slide ever closer to the danger zone.
Wolves, meanwhile, have had a far from enjoyable second season back in the Premier League, hovering around the wrong end of the table for much of the current campaign.
Only two 3-1 victories in their last two outings, over West Brom and Sunderland respectively, have kept Mick McCarthy’s team in with a chance of beating the drop.
Home advantage means that Wolves head into the tie as 11/10 favourites, with Blackburn priced at 53/20.
While not helpful for either side, the draw could also be a popular pick among football betting enthusiasts at 2/1. A successful £10 bet on the game ending in a stalemate returns £30 with bwin.com.
Steve Kean’s Blackburn side are one of the worst teams in the league away from home, having only won on three occasions.
As such, much of the sensible money is likely to be bet on the Molineux men to win.
In what is likely to be a hard-fought encounter, Premier League betting fans can back Wolves to win 1-0 at 16/5.
Those expecting goals, however, could be tempted to bet on the match producing exactly three at 31/10 – with a winning £10 stake therefore returning £41.
Interestingly, if all the games had ended at half-time in the Premier League this season, Blackburn would be sixth.
But if you take into account just second-half performances, Rovers would find themselves rock bottom.
The statistics could prompt a number of punters to bet on Blackburn to win the first half and Wolves to win the game. At 20/1, the returns from such a bet could be tempting.
A successful £10 bet on Wolves to win the game 2-1 returns £90. New customers can register here to receive a £25 free bet.