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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.
Southampton lock horns with Newcastle United at St Mary’s Stadium as both teams look to consolidate a mid-table finish.
Norwich City await Manchester United as the Canaries bid for a first FA Cup Semi Final since 1989, with the four remaining Premier League giants all drawn away in the Quarter Finals.
Premier League leaders, Liverpool saw their 44 league match unbeaten run ended on a dramatic weekend affecting the relegation battle.
Relegation battling Middlesbrough face a tough test as they welcome promotion chasing Nottingham Forest to the Riverside Stadium.
Newcastle United welcome Burnley to St James’ Park as both teams look to consolidate their position in the midtable fight.
Roy Hodgson marks his 100th match in charge of Crystal Palace with a tasty M23 derby visit to Brighton & Hove Albion at the AMEX Stadium.
Liverpool continue to hurtle towards a first Premier League title on a weekend in which the top four and relegation battles continue to throw up surprises.
Manchester United welcome relegation battling Watford to Old Trafford in a huge Super Sunday clash, affecting both ends of the Premier League table.
Newcastle United face a tough test as they visit Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, as both teams look to revive their fading top five hopes.
Liverpool continue to move towards a first Premier League title after a stormy round of fixtures stretched across a fortnight, as teams enjoyed a winter break despite Storms Ciara and Dennis battering England.
Mikel Arteta faces his first European match as Arsenal manager as his Gunners visit Olympiacos in the first leg of their Europa League Last 16 clash at the Karaiskakis Stadium.
Arsenal welcome Newcastle United to the Emirates Stadium in a huge Super Sunday clash, as both teams look to move closer towards the top five.
Southampton look to continue their push for a top ten finish as they welcome Burnley to St Mary’s Stadium.