Liverpool v Man City
The Reds welcome Manchester City to Anfield safe in the knowledge that fourth place in the Barclays Premier League is already in the bag.
Last week's 2-2 draw at Birmingham City followed by Everton's failure to beat Aston Villa means Rafael Benitez and his side are now guaranteed Champions League football next season and can enjoy a pressure-free final home match of the 2007/08 campaign.
The Reds go into the clash looking to extend their winning run at Anfield to eight league matches and will be confident of picking up the three points against a Manchester City side who have struggled in the second-half of the season.
Sven Goran Eriksson's men are already certain of a top nine finish but have been in indifferent form of late, with two wins and three defeats from their last six matches.
Aside from the football, Liverpool fans will hope the occasion allows them a glimpse of our former midfielder Dietmar Hamann, on a day that will also see Gary Ablett's all-conquering reserve team presented with their trophy for winning the Barclays Premier Reserve League North at half-time.