Arsenal returned to the top of the Premier League last week and were handed a favour by Nottingham Forest, who held Manchester City to a draw.
That gave Manchester United the chance to keep themselves in title contention on Sunday, and Erik ten Hag's team did so by beating Leicester City.
Tottenham went into the top four with a win over lowly West Ham, and Spurs face out-of-form Chelsea in the headline fixture this weekend.
Given United face Newcastle United in the EFL Cup final, Spurs will be looking to take advantage in the top-four race.
At the bottom, Everton will hope to claim another home win under Sean Dyche while there are huge games in the form of West Ham v Nottingham Forest and Leeds United v Southampton, with Javier Gracia having taken over at Elland Road.
Ahead of the fixtures, why not test your knowledge with our Opta-powered quiz? The answers are at the bottom.
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1. Chelsea are unbeaten in eight Premier League meetings with Spurs (W6 D2), while they are looking to become just the third team to win four consecutive away league games against Tottenham. Which two other teams have managed this?
2. Erling Haaland has 26 Premier League goals this season, five more than Bournemouth have managed as a team. Who was the last City player to score more in a single top-flight campaign?
3. Following their 1-1 draw at Anfield in the reverse fixture, Crystal Palace are looking to avoid defeat in both Premier League meetings with Liverpool for the first time since which season?
4. Southampton captain James Ward-Prowse (17) is just one short of the Premier League record for most direct free-kick goals. Who holds the record?
5. Nottingham Forest have used more different players than any other Premier League side this season, but how many players have they called on? (A: 30, B: 33, C: 35).
1. Arsenal (four between 1952-1995), Manchester United (six between 2001-2007)
2. Francis Lee (33 in 1971-72)
4. David Beckham