Liverpool continue their march towards a maiden Premier League title after a hectic round of midweek games, with implications throughout the table.
Wolverhampton Wanderers look to follow up their comeback win over Southampton last weekend with a bigger scalp, as they welcome Liverpool to Molineux.
Manchester United look to bounce back from a tough defeat at the weekend as they welcome Burnley to Old Trafford.
Norwich City look to make it two consecutive wins on the bounce as they visit Tottenham Hotspur at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Leicester City welcome West Ham United to the King Power Stadium as both teams face tough scraps at opposite ends of the Premier League table.
Chelsea look to recover from Saturday’s late defeat at Newcastle as they welcome London rivals – Arsenal to Stamford Bridge in a London derby.
Sheffield United face a tough test of their top seven credentials as they welcome Manchester City to Bramall Lane.
Everton meet Newcastle United at Goodison Park in a mid-table Premier League clash as both teams vie for a top ten finish.
Crystal Palace welcome Southampton to Selhurst Park as both teams look to continue their battle for a top ten finish.
Bournemouth meet Brighton & Hove Albion in a midweek seaside clash at the Vitaly Stadium.
Aston Villa welcome Watford to Villa Park in a pivotal match in the race to avoid relegation.
Liverpool took a huge step towards their first Premier League title on a weekend which could very well define the title race.
Premier League leaders, Liverpool host arch-rivals, Manchester United in a blockbuster Super Sunday clash at Anfield.
Burnley welcome Leicester City to Turf Moor in this weekend’s opening Super Sunday match.
Newcastle United brings Saturday’s Premier League action to a close as they host Chelsea at St James’ Park.