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.
Liverpool look to close in on their first Premier League title as they welcome West Ham United to Anfield in Monday Night Football.
Wolverhampton Wanderers look to continue their bid for a top five finish as they welcome relegation battling Norwich to Molineux on Super Sunday.
Manchester United welcome relegation battling Watford to Old Trafford in a huge Super Sunday clash, affecting both ends of the Premier League table.
Third meets second as Leicester City welcome Manchester City to the King Power Stadium in Saturday Night Football.
Southampton welcome Aston Villa to St Mary’s Stadium in a huge clash as the Saints look to revive their top five hopes, whilst Villa look to move away from the relegation zone.
Sheffield United look to continue their push for a top four finish as they welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Bramall Lane.
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.
Burnley welcome a relegation battling Bournemouth to Turf Moor in a crucial Premier League clash for both teams.
Frank Lampard’s Chelsea welcome Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur in a mouth-watering London derby, as the race for the top four intensifies.
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.
Manchester City look to take a step closer towards securing the Premier League runner-up spot as they host West Ham United at the Etihad Stadium, after this fixture was initially postponed due to Storm Ciara ten days ago.
Chelsea welcome Manchester United to Stamford Bridge in a crucial Monday Night Football clash, as both teams look to battle for a top five finish.
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.
Aston Villa look to starve off the threat of relegation as they welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Villa Park on Super Sunday.