Leaders Manchester United and Chelsea take centre stage in the Premiership in a few hours as the race for the title reaches a critical stage.
They are both in action at 1245 BST, with Chelsea hosting Bolton and United facing Everton at Goodison Park.
Chelsea are three points behind, but John Terry said: "The league is not over. We are pushing them to the wire."
United boss Sir Alex Ferguson added: "If the players don't smell the scent of something big now, they never will."
As well as the Premiership, Chelsea and United will meet in the first FA Cup final at the new Wembley Stadium, on Saturday 19 May.
They are also still in the Champions League and both hold a one-goal lead going into their second legs next week, Chelsea with Liverpool and United with AC Milan.
Arjen Robben could make a shock return to the Chelsea side after injury and Michael Essien is back after being banned in midweek, but Michael Ballack (ankle) misses out.
United could welcome back Gary Neville, but neither Nemanja Vidic nor Rio Ferdinand will be fit.
There is plenty at stake for Everton and Bolton, too, with the Premiership's fifth and sixth-placed teams respectively both trying to qualify for next season's Uefa Cup.