Liverpool once again sit at the top of the Premier League summit heading into the international break, after a weekend full of shocks and two early relegation six pointers.
Manchester United look to continue their upturn in fortune as they welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Old Trafford.
Wolves look to continue their improved form as they meet Aston Villa at Molineux in the opening Super Sunday clash.
Liverpool remain unbeaten at the Premier League summit as twists and turns continue to unfold throughout the various top-flight battles.
Having contested an eight goal thriller here last December, Everton and Tottenham meet again at Goodison Park in a crunch Super Sunday match.
Brighton & Hove Albion welcome Norwich City to the Amex Stadium in a crunch clash at the bottom of the Premier League.
Liverpool continue to lead the way after an action packed weekend throughout the Premier League, featuring a record-breaking result.
Newcastle United welcome an in-form Wolverhampton Wanderers to St James’ Park in the opening Super Sunday clash.
Brighton & Hove Albion welcome Everton to the Amex Stadium in a huge bottom of table clash, as just one point separates these sides coming into the weekend.
This weekend saw the Premier League return from its international break as Liverpool continue to lead the way, despite dropping points for the first time this season.