Manchester United will travel to Anfield on Sunday to face Liverpool’s Premier League match in the weekend’s clash.
Despite being the only team to score points from Jurgen Klopp’s men, the Red Devils have a tough battle ahead of them.
Marcus Rashford’s availability is increasing due to a back injury during the week during the week, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already suggested that the striker will not play against their old rivals.
United’s neighbors, Man City, will keep an eye on the work as they fight to keep up with Liverpool.
They host a team from Crystal Palace that tries to climb the Europa League points, but an away match against the reigning champions is not an easy task.
After collecting only six points in his last five games, Leicester hopes to get back on track as he travels north to face Burnley in 15th place.
The Clarets are also desperate to turn things around, having lost their last four meetings.
Compiling the top four, Chelsea have a five-point lead over Man Utd and will seek to strengthen their position against Newcastle on Saturday.
The Magpies have been boosted by the return of Matt Ritchie and Jamaal Lascelles from injuries, with both players vying for a role against the Blues.
Sheffield United has the opportunity to gain ground on Man Utd, but makes the trip to the Emirates to face an Arsenal resurgent.
The Gunners are without their top scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for the clash, so they will have to gather some firepower elsewhere to get the better of the Lame – who beat them in the return game in October.
After being eliminated from the FA Cup, Wolves can now return their attention to the Premier League.
But an away match is scheduled against Southampton, which boasts a fit Danny Ings in his ranks, who has scored five goals in his last five league games.
One of these goals turned out to be the winner against Tottenham, who has only gained five out of 15 possible points in the last five games.
The Spurs are looking to rekindle their first four hopes against Watford’s 17th place, which are currently one of the teams in form in the division.
Carlo Ancelotti will urge his team to take advantage of their victory over Brighton last weekend when they visit West Ham.
On the opposite bench, David Moyes faces his old club, with the Hammers staggering over the relegation zone and desperate for the results.
All three teams in the launching area are also in action, while Aston Villa makes the journey to the south coast to play Brighton, while there is a relegation clash between Bournemouth and Norwich at the vitality stadium.
Here’s how Sav sees the panorama of weekend action out …
Robbie Savage’s Premier League predictions
Watford 2-1 spurs
Arsenal 1-1 Sheff Utd
Brighton 1-0 Aston Villa
Man City 3-1 Crystal Palace
Norwich 0-1 Bournemouth
Southampton 2-1 Wolves
West Ham 2-1 Everton
Newcastle 0-2 Chelsea
Burnley 0-2 Leicester
Liverpool 3-0 Man Utd