Liverpool continue their march towards a maiden Premier League title after a hectic round of midweek games, with implications throughout the table.
Manchester United look to bounce back from a tough defeat at the weekend as they welcome Burnley to Old Trafford.
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.
Liverpool took a huge step towards their first Premier League title on a weekend which could very well define the title race.
Burnley welcome Leicester City to Turf Moor in this weekend’s opening Super Sunday match.
Liverpool continue to march on towards their first-ever Premier League title on a weekend, which could well define the rest of this season at both ends of the table.
Chelsea welcome Burnley to Stamford Bridge as the pair look to make it back-to-back wins in all competitions.
David Moyes look to continue an unbeaten start to his second stint at West Ham as the Hammers visit Sheffield United at Bramall Lane in this week’s Friday Night Football.
Liverpool remain top of the Premier League after a crazy round of New Year fixtures, as teams scrapped to finish the festive fortnight on a high.
Arsenal welcome Manchester United to the Emirates Stadium in a blockbuster conclusion to New Year Day.
West Ham once again prepare to begin life under David Moyes as they welcome Bournemouth to the London Stadium.
Watford look to continue to their ‘Great Escape’ attempt as they welcome Wolves to Vicarage Road.
Burnley look to start 2020 in style as they welcome Aston Villa to Turf Moor, as the Villains continue to scrap for survival.
Liverpool continue to lead the way from Leicester as teams faced the tough grind of the mid festive season, with several teams playing within 48 hours of their previous games.
Liverpool continue to lead the way at the Premier League summit as various battles continue to twist and turn throughout the table.