Pick Manchester City, as they look to clinch the title, but steer clear of Blackburn, who may be relegated
Team to Watch - Manchester City
Manchester City passed their biggest test of the season with flying colours on Monday night, and now they have another one.
A win at Newcastle on Sunday would virtually secure City the title, due to their superior goal difference, but the Magpies showed at Chelsea on Wednesday night that they will be no pushovers.
It's likely that Papiss Cisse, in particular, will cause City substantially more problems than an ineffective Wayne Rooney did on Monday, but Vincent Kompany and Joleon Lescott will be confident of handling him.
Kompany was magnificent at Eastlands, along with Gareth Barry and Yaya Toure amongst others, and kept United from having a shot on target for the first time since 2009.
In-form duo Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero are likely to get more chances, than they did last time out, and if the defence can keep another clean sheet as well then City should come out victorious.
Team to Avoid - Blackburn Rovers
Depending on other results, Blackburn could be relegated if they don't win at in-form Wigan on Monday night.
Judging by their limp performance against Tottenham last weekend, where they failed to even register a shot on goal, they don't seem too bothered either.
The Latics thumped Newcastle, who were on a six-match winning streak, 4-0 and have won five and drawn two of their last nine encounters.
In contrast Blackburn have lost six of their last seven, only scoring four goals during that run, and heavily rely on Yakubu and David Hoilett.
Neither had a game to remember at White Hart Lane last weekend, and as a result Blackburn were beaten without a fight.
If the same happens on Monday night then the former Premier League champions will be playing in the Championship next season.
Banker Clean Sheet - Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers have only kept six clean sheets all season, and shipped six goals at Chelsea last weekend, so they might seem like an odd choice for this section.
However, the topsy-turvy nature of Rangers' results suggests they are due a win this weekend as they have followed up their last five defeat's with a victory
They have also won their last four home games, and are unbeaten at Loftus Road in five, going into a home game with Stoke City this weekend.
Stoke have only scored 11 goals on the road all season and Rangers had been banking on winning this even before the Chelsea humiliation.
A clean sheet on Sunday will go a long way to achieving that.
Facebook Fans' Tips
The Insider Eye wouldn't be drawn on the result of Saturday's FA Cup final, so we asked our Facebook fans for their opinion.
Here is who Darren Cockcroft thinks will win when Liverpool take on Chelsea at Wembley.
"Liverpool. Everything this season rests on the cup double, whereas everything for Chelsea rests on the Champions League.
It'll be close and I imagine it will be settled in normal time, either team could win but I'm edging Liverpool."
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Injuries and Suspensions
Manchester United will be missing both Jonny Evans and Danny Welbeck through injury when they take on Swansea on Sunday.
Swans defender Angel Rangel should be fit to return, after recovering from a hamstring injury.
Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote expects to be fit for face Manchester City, despite being stretchered off against Chelsea after a clash with John Obi Mikel.
Tottenham defender Kyle Walker had a toe complaint, following the midweek win over Bolton, and Luka Modric had to ice his foot but both, along with Scott Parker, hope to be fit to face Aston Villa on Sunday.
Everton duo Philip Neville and Victor Anichebe will not play again this season, after suffering groin and hamstring injuries respectively.
Keep an eye on our Ins & Outs page for details of all the arrivals and departures on the Fantasy League Player List.
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