Its Swansea v Tottenham, West Ham v West Brom, Wigan v Norwich as Bet365 release the latest odds and free bets on the weekend football coupon, as the firm reports it is expecting a bumper Bank Holiday turnover.
Six games come from the Premier League at 3pm on Saturday afternoon and it is all about the fight for Champions League football and the battle to stay in the top flight.
Arsenal entertain Reading in what will be Nigel Adkins first match in charge of the Royals, so he knows he is in for a tough afternoon here.
The Gunners are currently four points behind Tottenham Hotspur – who head to Swansea City this weekend – so need to take the spoils against Reading.
They are without Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott this weekend, so the likes of Santi Cazorla and Oliver Giroud have to be on top of their game.
Adkins isn’t expected to take anything from his first game, but with his men seven points adrift of safety, the might need to pull off a shock result here.
Spurs have now lost their last two Premier League matches and some fans will be concerned that the squad and going to fall at the final hurdle again, so they need a victory in Wales to remain in a strong position and clear of their north London rivals.
As we know, the Liberty is not an easy place to take win at, but with Gareth Bale at their disposal, Tottenham should come out on top here and can be backed at 11/8.
Chelsea are in action as well as they make the journey to Southampton. The Blues have three games to play between Saturday and Thursday, so Rafael Benitez has to be clever with his team selection here.
What he wants if for his side to all but secure a victory early on, then he might be able to rest some key men in the second half.
However, Southampton have made a habit of taking results against the big teams in the league this campaign and come into this one on the back of a 3-1 win over Liverpool, so confidence is sure to be sky high. A home win is at 14/5.
Manchester City could be 18 points adrift of Manchester United by the time they entertain Newcastle United and with Chelsea breathing down their necks, the Citizens are desperate for a win here.
The Magpies are just a few points away from safety, so won’t be here to make up the numbers, but it will take a huge performance to come out on top.
Elsewhere, Wigan Athletic host Norwich City and as we know, this is the time of the campaign where the Latics start to pick up vital points.
Roberto Martinez’s men can move out of the drop zone with a victory, but Norwich are a tough team to break down and are just a couple of results away from securing their league status, so a draw could be good value in this one at 27/10.
The final game to look at sees West Ham United entertain West Bromwich Albion and the former are another side that are close to safety on 33 points.
Sam Allardyce won’t be happy until his men are mathematically safe though, so needs a good display here, especially against a Wes Brom side that are over the 40-point mark and sure to play with plenty of freedom.
We are all set for a bumper day of action.