The relentless pace of the Premier League continues with another full round of play this weekend, after another round of midweek drama.

All eyes will be on Sunday’s Manchester derby: Man City looks almost certain given their 14-point lead over rivals United, but the Red Devils need a result that will likely see the top four races at the top Start will go.

Arsenal kicks off the weekend with a trip to Burnley on Saturday. Three more games – Sheffield United v Southampton, Aston Villa v Wolves and Brighton v Leicester City – round off the day.

Four more games arrive on Sunday: Newcastle go to West Brom; Fulham goes to an unusual Liverpool; Next up is the Manchester derby, before Tottenham and Crystal Palace conclude the evening with a London derby.

There will be two more games on Monday with a formidable Chelsea that will see four of their best rivals Everton play before Leeds and West Ham face each other in east London.


Premier League games on TV this weekend