This weekend saw the Premier League focus shift towards the tight relegation battle, as four teams continue to be split by four points whilst the first relegated club was officially confirmed.
Aston Villa welcome Crystal Palace to Villa Park in the second match of a Super Sunday quadruple header.
Sheffield United look to mount a late charge for a top five finish as they welcome Chelsea to Bramall Lane.
Liverpool move closer towards breaking a Premier League record, whilst there are further twists in the race for Europe and survival.
Whilst Liverpool are already Premier League champions, there remains much to be sorted as the relegation and European battles continue to twist and turn.
Arsenal look to continue their improved form as they welcome Leicester City to the Emirates Stadium.
Crystal Palace welcome Chelsea to Selhurst Park in a tasty London derby, as the Eagles look to salvage a top ten finish whilst Chelsea push for top four.
Champions League chasing Chelsea face a tough test as they welcome relegation battling Watford to Stamford Bridge.
Leicester City look to boost their Champions League hopes as they welcome Crystal Palace to the King Power Stadium.
Premier League champions, Liverpool received a rude awakening in an thrilling round of action as races for Europe and survival continue to throw surprises.
Crystal Palace welcome Burnley to Selhurst Park in a tasty mid-table Monday Night Football clash.
Liverpool secured their first Premier League title following a dramatic midweek of Premier League action, as the battle for Europe and survival continue to prove unpredictable.
After suffering a disappointing draw in Sunday’s Merseyside Derby, Liverpool look to move closer towards the title as they welcome Crystal Palace to Anfield.
Wolverhampton Wanderers look to continue their top five charge as they welcome survival chasing Bournemouth to Molineux.
Liverpool moved closer to the crown but their destiny is no longer in their own hands, as team returned to Premier League action after a three month lockdown.