he Premier League is approaching its final stretch, with only a few match weeks remaining until the international break. After that, it really is the business end.
This week starts with a huge tie at the top of the League. Second-placed Manchester City host Champions League-chasing Newcastle in a massive game for the title, as well as for the top four.
Hours later, Arsenal get their chance to reply as they host Bournemouth.
Tottenham, Chelsea, West Ham and Crystal Palace are also all in action later in the day in a busy 3pm schedule, squaring off against Wolves, Leeds, Brighton and Aston Villa respectively.
On Sunday, a Liverpool team looking somewhat resurgent host Manchester United in one of the biggest fixtures English football can offer. While Erik ten Hag’s side have been in fine fettle of late, Anfield provides one of the biggest tests around.
Finally, high-flying Brentford and Fulham contest a …