Manchester United will be aiming to bounce back to winning ways when they travel to Crystal Palace on Thursday.
United were unable to capitalise on the defeats suffered by Chelsea and Leicester City at the weekend when they faced Southampton on Monday, drawing the match 2-2 as the Saints grabbed a last-minute equaliser through Michael Obafemi.
Instead of climbing up to third and going a point above Chelsea, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side remained in 5th but they still have a great chance of qualifying for the Champions League as they are the in form team in the race and face Leicester City on the final day, which may turn out to be akin to a play-off match to finish in the top four.
United have two more important matches before that though and a win at Crystal Palace is vital for their hopes of competing in Europe's top competition next season.
Here's how the pundits reckon it will go...
Mark Lawrenson, BBC
"Palace have lost five straight league games now, while United would have won five in a row if not for that last-gasp Southampton equaliser on Monday night.
"It's hard to go against form like that, for both sides. I just don't see the Eagles scoring goals against United, or stopping them either."
Prediction: Crystal Palace 0-2 Manchester United
Michael Owen, BetVictor
"Crystal Palace have now suffered five straight defeats in the Premier League. Their misery of a 2-0 away loss to Aston Villa on Sunday was compounded by the late sending off of Christian Benteke for kicking out petulantly after the final whistle and Roy Hodgson will now be without his striker for the remainder of the season.
"Manchester United, on the other hand, are in great form at the moment albeit they will have been very disappointed to have conceded a goal in added time against Southampton at Old Trafford on Monday evening, they’ve given themselves a great chance of qualifying for the Champions League next season.
"They are currently unbeaten in 18 games with 11 of those in the Premier League and it’s difficult to see Crystal Palace causing United any kind of problems in what I see as a Thursday night stroll for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men."
Predictions: United to win both halves
Charlie Nicholas, Sky Sports
"It is normally tough to go to Selhurst Park, and it will be again here, despite the fact Crystal Palace have lost five on the bounce. Palace are a team that could easily lose their next three games and end the season having lost eight in a row. Palace do go through the motions, but Manchester United are coming to town and they will fancy it.
"Roy Hodgson needs a centre forward. They scored two against Chelsea, one of which was a spectacular goal from Wilfried Zaha, but they do not look like they have a lot in them. Is he going to get the money to go out and buy someone? You could sell Christian Benteke for decent money as someone in Europe would want him.
"Maybe there will be some significance to this match. Hodgson will be angry and wanting a response from his side. They could have been challenging for Europe but now they are in 14th and everyone is saying the same thing again. There is a lot for them to prove.
"United started brilliantly after the break, but they were all games they were expected to win as they pushed on for a Champions League place. They do need to get back to winning ways, and while Palace will cause them problems, with the emphasis on this being a must-win for United, I think they will get there."
Prediction: Crystal Palace 1-2 Manchester United