But with one team due to go down, and just nine matches remaining, it is set to be a bun-fight
in a bid to stay up.
COMIC Dawn French got in a bun-fight
on Twitter over whether to put cream or jam first on a cream tea.
I didn't feel that a rehearsal room full of plastic chairs really had the same vibe, despite a half-hearted bun-fight
to signal audience rowdiness.
The current Tory bun-fight
will end up installing a new Prime Minister so it matters hugely which of these women wins on September 9.
Pulis's challenge is to make sure Albion don't get sucked into a bun-fight
. West Brom are taking their biggest travelling support for seven years to St Andrew's and every one of them will demand an up-tempo display befitting both a cup tie and a derby match.
And ITV's historically rudderless, thespians-inwigs bun-fight
The Great Fire, which included the implausible lines: "They says there's a fire in Pudding Lane, Pepys," and, "You will regret this."
Meanwhile, Anna and Sally's rival garden parties turn into an actual bun-fight
The Tories have always been one bun-fight
away from implosion on Europe, and, when you mix in the Lib-Dems as coalition partners, it's possible the current disquiet was always going to happen at some point.
The big players The new cinema complex, when it opens, is bound to be a great pull for Marina's residents and if you live in that area, and have had to endure the bun-fight
that is Spinneys on the way home from work, then the long-anticipated Waitrose is also in business.
After months of being unable to make even the slightest change to their squads, managers now find themselves drawn into an annual bun-fight
for whatever players may be on the market.
"It was a bun-fight
, but we learned and thought more about the type of fixture we wanted, and its length of tenure.
My night had started in Glasgow's Eurasia Restaurant where the effervescent James Mortimer had laid on a corporate VIP bun-fight
with top chef Ferrier Richardson.