Are the top divisions in Europe becoming boring and predictable?
A 1-0 win for Juventus over Palermo in Serie A on Sunday saw the Bianconeri crowned Italian champions with three games remaining in the league.
Juve join Bayern Munich and Manchester United on the list of top European clubs who have won their respective leagues at a canter.
There is a similar story in France and Spain as well, with Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona both effectively having won the title with a significant points gap between themselves and the second-placed teams.
Therefore in all five of the top leagues in Europe there has been little fight or drama, as the winners are already confirmed before the campaign has even drawn near to a close.
Are the top divisions in Europe becoming too predictable and have they lost their competitive edge?
Although it is pleasing to see such good football being played, Bayern claimed back the Bundesliga trophy from Borussia Dortmund with a record six games to spare.
Having only lost once all season in the league it was an impressive feat from Jupp Heynckes’ men, but did little to raise any drama.
Similarly, in the English Premier League there was a completely different story from last year, with United taking the title back from rivals Manchester City with four games left.
It was one of the most tense finishes in history in the 2011/12 campaign, as City snatched the No.1 spot on goal difference, after a last minute strike from Sergio Aguero.
Yet the Eastlands team gave up their first Premier League Championship with nothing but a whimper this year.
In La Liga Barcelona have led since before Christmas and in Ligue 1 a cash injection to PSG helped their easy march to the top.
With Juventus now joining the early winners club, fans may have to start looking elsewhere for exciting league outcomes.