All twenty Premier League sides will play their last games for a fortnight this weekend, As next week the FA Cup will once again takes centre stage, with the race for Champions League qualification and the battle for relegation both fascinatingly poised.
Although Chelsea are runaway leaders in the Premier League, the 'big five' behind them are all locked in a huge battle for the three remaining, lucrative Champions League places. Tottenham Hotspur in second are just five points ahead of sixth placed Manchester United.
With Spurs travelling to Anfield on Saturday to take on fifth placed Liverpool, United will be expected to make up even further ground on the sides above them when Watford visit Old Trafford in one of five 3 o'clock kick-offs on Saturday.
Watford are one of a host of clubs safely in mid-table, with very little chance of European qualification, their ten point lead over 18th placed Hull City means they are also unlikely to be sucked into a relegation scrap.
Relegation to the Championship looks like a six-way battle with just two points separating Middlesbrough in 15th and rock bottom Sunderland, everyone from Bournemouth up look to be safe.
Two relegation candidates meet on Sunday, as the spectacular fall from grace for last season's champions, Leciester City's continues away to Swansea City. Claudio Ranieri's side could be in the relegation zone before their game at the Liberty Stadium kicks off.
Here is a comprehensive list of the weekend's Premier League fixtures:
Saturday (3pm unless stated)
Arsenal vs Hull City (12:30)
Manchester United vs Watford
Middlesbrough vs Everton
Stoke City vs Crystal Palace
Sunderland vs Southampton
West Ham United vs West Bromwich Albion
Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur (17:30)
Burnley vs Chelsea (13:30)
Swansea City vs Leicester City (16:00)
Bournemouth vs Manchester City (20:00)
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