Sunday’s big FA Cup tie sees Liverpool meet Everton at Anfield in the second Merseyside derby this season.
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.
Premier League leaders, Liverpool welcome Sheffield United to Anfield as the festive fortnight draws to a close.
Watford look to continue to their ‘Great Escape’ attempt as they welcome Wolves to Vicarage Road.
Southampton look to finish a solid festive fortnight on a high as they welcome Tottenham Hotspur to St Mary’s Stadium.
Newcastle United look to bounce back from two consecutive defeats as they take on Leicester City at St James’ Park.
Brighton & Hove Albion kick off 2020 and a new decade of Premier League football as they welcome Chelsea to the Amex Stadium.
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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.
Manchester City welcome Sheffield United to the Etihad Stadium as the Citizens look to close the gap to Liverpool in the title race.
Liverpool face another tough test of their title credentials as they welcome Wolves to Anfield on Super Sunday.
Liverpool continue to lead the way at the Premier League summit as various battles continue to twist and turn throughout the table.
Leicester City look to avoid three defeats in seven days as they visit West Ham United at the London Stadium.
Wolves look to continue their push for fifth as they welcome Manchester City to Molineux in Friday Night Football, which rounds out Amazon Prime’s first season of Premier League coverage.
Leicester City take on title rival – Liverpool in a blockbuster Boxing Day conclusion at the King Power Stadium.