After a successful away trip aboard in midweek, Arsenal return to the Emirates Stadium as they take on Aston Villa.
After suffering shock midweek European defeats, Chelsea and Liverpool will be keen to bounce back as they meet at Stamford Bridge in this weekend’s closing Super Sunday clash.
After scraping two wins together in the past week, Manchester United visit West Ham in the opening Super Sunday clash at the London Stadium.
Crystal Palace look to make it consecutive home wins for the first time since last December as they welcome Wolves to Selhurst Park.
Newcastle United welcome Brighton to St James’ Park as both teams look to move away from the relegation zone with victory.
Having taken a dominant midweek European win at Shakhtar Donetsk, Manchester City look to reignite their domestic title hopes as they face Watford at the Etihad Stadium.
Everton take on Sheffield United at Goodison Park as both teams look to bounce back from tough defeats last weekend.
Having stunned the reigning champions – Manchester City last time out, Norwich will be keen to cause another shock as they visit Burnley at Turf Moor.
After suffering their first defeat of the season last time out, Leicester City look to hit back as they take on Tottenham Hotspur at the King Power Stadium.
Southampton take on South Coast rivals, Bournemouth at St Marys’ Stadium in Friday Night Football.