Last night we watched Match of the Day on BBC TV, the signs are that the end of the season has become extremely nerve wracking.
For some supporters it has been very upsetting, as their clubs have either gone down already or are in danger of being relegated.
Wolverhampton football club have already been relegated to the Championship, however it was wonderful to see them put in a brilliant effort.
At one point Swansea had three goals and Wolves had none, that soon changed and the game ended with a draw, four goals each.
Wonderful to see the Wolves team play so well, I'm really glad they had such a good last game in the Premiership.
It means that they can start life in the Championship with their heads held high and who knows maybe they'll be back very soon.
I also saw a sad sight yesterday, Alex McLeish, the manager of Aston Villa was almost looking like he might cry, as his team are also in the danger zone.
Then I was cheered up even more when I watched Chelsea play Queens Park Rangers, the final score was Chelsea 6 Queens Park Rangers 1.
What made me laugh was the thought of Queens Park Rangers going down to the Championship, while Fulham will be happily playing in the premiership.
Mark Hughes, the manager of Queens Park Rangers, was briefly the manager of Fulham football club, he left saying that they had no ambition.
He needed a football club have plenty of ambition, sadly it seems that he may have made the wrong choice as it looks like Queens Park Rangers are in trouble now.
Tomorrow there will be excitement of watching Roberto Mancini's Manchester City taking on Alex Ferguson's Manchester United.
Of course I'm hoping that the apple cart will be upset and Manchester city will win, that really would be excellent.
I'm looking forward to tomorrow's game and the last games next weekend, which will be very exciting.
Then on 19 May, is the final of the Champions League, between Bayern Munchen and Chelsea,
t's anyone's guess who will win.