In Europe, we have reached that tense time in the season when pride and prizes are both at stake, and while there's undoubtedly drama at the top of the major leagues, it's at the bottom where the real tension is unfolding.

There, the very top flight status of clubs such as Bolton Wanderers, Real Zaragoza, Paris Saint-Germain and Parma is currently at stake, and with time running out, the relegation candidates must act quickly if they are to avoid the dreaded drop.

The question we have for you, the users, is which of the old continent's relegation-threatened teams do you believe will stay up?

In England, Derby are already consigned to playing out season 2008/09 in the the second tier, but if Fulham and Bolton are to avoid the same fate, they will need to start winning - and hope the likes of Birmingham City, Wigan and Reading slip up.

Levante and Murcia appear all but doomed in Spain's La Liga, but while Recreativo Huelva currently occupy 18th position, they remain within touching distance of several high-profile sides, among them Real Zaragoza, Deportivo La Coruna and Real Betis.

If the Serie A was season to finish tomorrow, meanwhile, Cagliari, Reggina and Empoli would all go down, but with Livorno, Catania and Parma only separated by goal difference from the former of this trio, the battle to stay in the top flight is still very much alive.

The same is true of France, where PSG, Toulouse, Monaco, Lens and Strasbourg are all well and truly embroiled in a relegation battle from which two must join Metz in making the descent to Ligue 2, while Duisburg, Arminia Bielefeld and Nurnberg currently make up the Bundesliga's bottom three.

So, it's over to you. Which of these under-threat European clubs do you expect to beat the drop? Just click on 'Add your comment' to join the debate, and remember to keep your posts clean, respectful and in English.