The Premier League round of fixtures this weekend including Liverpool v Manchester United at Anfield.

Gameweek 23 kicks off with in-form Watford taking Tottenham at Vicarage Road on Saturday.

Later, Manchester City continue to close the gap on Liverpool at the top when they face Crystal Palace at the Etihad before Chelsea travel to Newcastle United. Sunday, Burnley host Leicester City before: Liverpool v Manchester United.

Watford vs. Tottenham

Spurs have become inconsistent in recent weeks, winning just one of their last five Premier League games. Watford are on the up under Nigel Pearson and are well capable of another result after a 3-0 win against Bournemouth.

Arsenal vs. Sheffield United

The Gunners performance levels have improved under Mikel Arteta. Sheffield United will be a robust test but Arsenal should seal their seventh Premier League win of the season.

Brighton vs. Aston Villa

Brighton have won just one of their last seven league games.

Manchester City vs. Crystal Palace

After Manchester City eased past Aston Villa, with Roy Hodgson’s organized Eagles showing how to win at the Etihad last season.

Norwich vs. Bournemouth

A Bournemouth side in free-fall is a perfect game for Norwich to kick-start their push for Premier League survival. Eddie Howe simply has too many injuries to contend with at the moment.

Southampton vs. Wolves

Southampton have won four of their last five games, continuing their impressive run since that 9-0 defeat to Leicester. Wolves were unlucky to lose at Old Trafford in the cup on Wednesday and will be eager to get back on track with an away victory.

West Ham vs. Everton

These two sides go head-to-head this weekend with a pair of new managers still trying to figure out their systems and tactics.

Newcastle vs. Chelsea

Chelsea have been far better on the road than at home in recent weeks against an injury-hit Newcastle side.

Burnley vs. Leicester

Burnley are on the slide after their 3-0 thrashing at Stamford Bridge last week while Leicester went down to a 2-1 at home to Southampton.

Liverpool vs. Manchester United

Manchester United will look to their victory at the Etihad while Liverpool look unstoppable and will be even more up for this one with a view to continuing their incredible unbeaten run.

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