Derby day in the North West will see Bolton aiming to end on a high and Manchester City looking to seal third place. The Trotters appeared to be certainties for a top-half finish a few weeks ago, but have seen an alarming slump place their top-10 standing under threat. Owen Coyle's side have suffered four straight defeats and will want to address that wobble on the final day of the season. On a positive note for Bolton, they have won four, drawn one and lost one of their previous six last day fixtures in the Premier League. They have, however, failed to find the target in four of their last six meetings with City and need to find their shooting boots again this weekend. As for City, the incentive to win at the Reebok for the first time since 2004 is unquestionable. While the FA Cup triumph and a top-four finish has gloriously fulfilled Mancini's brief, Arsenal's stuttering form has opened the way to the huge added bonus of third place. As well as their highest finish since 1977, when they were runners up to Bob Paisley's Liverpool, it would also grant immediate promotion into the Champions League group stages, avoiding the need for a potentially hazardous two legged play-off with some of Europe's finest.