Manchester United will be desperate to avoid losing three consecutive Premier League games for the first time in ten years when they face relegation threatened Bolton at Old Trafford on Saturday, as Paddy Power bookmaker announce an exclusive free £100 bet offer for weekend punters.
United were shocked at home as Blackburn somehow claimed a 3-2 win before Newcastle stunned the reigning champions by running out 3-0 winners two weeks ago.
Those results left United three points off Manchester City at the top of the table and level on points with Tottenham in 3rd.
Paul Scholes completed his shock return from retirement in the F.A Cup win against City last weekend and should start the game from the bench while Rio Ferdinand may miss the game through illness.
Tottenham face a potentially season defining fixture against Manchester City in ten days time but first they must ensure they keep the pressure up on both Manchester clubs at the top of the table when they play hosts to Wolves.
William Gallas, Sandro and Ledley King are all out while Scott Parker is a doubt, but there was good news for boss Harry Redknapp after Michael Dawson completed his first full match after a four month injury lay-off.
Liverpool face a tough tie against Stoke on Saturday, but will be hopeful of picking up maximum points with Steven Gerrard making his way back to full fitness.
Gerrard will likely start in midfield alongside Charlie Adam after Jay Spearing limped off agaisnt City with a hamstring complaint, while Lucas Leiva is out for the season.
Chelsea have endured a torrid run of form of late and only managed to scrape past Wolves after their shock defeat against Aston Villa, and now they must start stringing together wins if they want to keep in touch with the clubs ahead of them.
Didier Drogba and Salomon Kalou are unavailable while leading scorer Daniel Sturridge is a doubt with a hip injury.
Everton’s defensive woes took a turn for the worse after Sylvain Distin limped off in the defeat against Spurs to join Phil Jagielka on the sidelines, while Jack Rodwell Seamus Coleman are both doubts for the Toffees fixture against Aston Villa.
Saturday’s final fixtures sees Blackburn play hosts to Fulham, while West Brom will look to continue their recent good form when Norwich are the visitors to the Hawthorns.