The English Premier League continues to build towards the sharp end this weekend, after an attempt from the EPL’s self-proclaimed ‘big six’ to breakaway and join a European Super League generated a bitter divide between the clubs.
Manchester United tackle Leeds at Elland Road on Sunday.
West Ham and Chelsea collide at the London Stadium.
Liverpool kick off the day’s action with Jurgen Klopp’s side playing host to improving Newcastle at Anfield.
Merseyside rivals Everton can close the gap if they can take all the three points from their Friday night trip to face bang-average Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
Brendan Rodgers’ men must wait until Monday for their game at the King Power Stadium against Crystal Palace.
West Midlands as Aston Villa go up against a West Brom side fighting for their lives in the Premier League relegation zone.
Brighton head to Bramall Lane to face relegated Sheffield United.
Liverpool, Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea, and two other Premier League sides are said to be involved in plans for a European Super League; Premier League and UEFA robustly condemn the proposals; a number of top Italian and Spanish clubs are believed to also be involved in the plans.