With just five games remaining for most teams across the division, the 2013/14 Premier League season is quickly building up to what promises to be a truly exciting climax.
Liverpool - who have not tasted top-flight glory since 1990 - still lead the race for the title following Sunday's somewhat controversial 2-1 win over West Ham at Upton Park, with Manchester City's trip to Anfield on April 13 already being billed by many as the ultimate decider.
While Chelsea will still look to prove that they are capable of winning the Premier League for a third time under Jose Mourinho, Arsenal - who for so long looked as if it was they who would be lifting the trophy in May - face a battle with Everton just to retain their status in the top four after a poor sequence of results.
At the other end of the table, meanwhile, Cardiff's 3-0 home defeat to relegation rivals Crystal Palace has them edging closer to a return to the Championship whilst Sunderland and Fulham also have it all to do to avoid the drop.
With all of the drama and talking points offered by these sorts of games and the sport's gradual development into a financially lucrative business, watching Premier League football at any club - particularly with the purchase of a season ticket - can hardly be considered cheap.
As such, the fine team over at the Manchester Evening News have been doing some excellent research on just who has the best value season tickets across the league.
Such research includes stats based on pounds-per-goal and pounds-per-point, and we intend to bring you the results of the latter here.
Click on to see just who has the best-value season tickets in the English top-flight based on pound-per-point research - you might just find one or two surprising results.
Let us know what you think in the comment box provided below - are you surprised by the order?
Who did you think might be higher? Anyone up there who you expected to see far lower, perhaps? Be sure to tell us!