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Liverpool continue to move closer towards a maiden Premier League title following a dramatic round of action affecting both ends of table.
Leicester City welcome Aston Villa to the King Power Stadium in Monday Night Football, as both teams look for a win at opposite ends of the Premier League table.
Manchester United look to make a major push for the top four as they welcome Manchester City to Old Trafford in a blockbuster Manchester Derby clash on Super Sunday.
Carlo Ancelotti makes his return to Stamford Bridge as Everton visit Chelsea in a huge Super Sunday clash.
Burnley welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Turf Moor as both teams look to continue their bids for European football next season.
Wolverhampton Wanderers continue their bid for a top four finish as they welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Molineux.
Southampton lock horns with Newcastle United at St Mary’s Stadium as both teams look to consolidate a mid-table finish.
Sheffield United look to continue their hunt for Champions League football as they face Norwich City at Bramall Lane.
Crystal Palace look to move closer towards safety as they welcome relegation fighting Watford to Selhurst Park.
Arsenal welcome West Ham to the Emirates Stadium as both teams look to try and salvage something from disappointing league campaigns.
Liverpool look to halt a slide in form as they welcome relegation battling Bournemouth to Anfield.
Premier League leaders, Liverpool saw their 44 league match unbeaten run ended on a dramatic weekend affecting the relegation battle.
Tottenham Hotspur welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in a blockbuster clash in the top five race.
Everton welcome Manchester United to Goodison Park in a blockbuster Super Sunday clash, as both teams look to continue their bids for a top five finish.