Manchester City could be crowned Premier League champions this weekend, if they defeat rivals Manchester United at the Etihad.
Pep Guardiola’s men are 16 points ahead of second-placed United and a win opens up an unassailable gap with just five games left.
Before the late kick-off on Saturday, Everton welcome Liverpool in a Merseyside Derby.
On Sunday, Arsenal can heap more misery on relegation-threatened Southampton at the Emirates, while Chelsea host West Ham in a London Derby.
Saturday, April 7
FT: Everton 0 vs Liverpool 0
FT: AFC Bournemouth 2 vs Crystal Palace 2
FT: Brighton & Hove Albion 1 vs Huddersfield Town 1
FT: Leicester City 1 vs Newcastle United 2
FT: Stoke City 1 vs Tottenham Hotspur 2
FT: Watford 1 vs Burnley 2
FT: West Bromwich Albion 1 vs Swansea City 1
17:30 Manchester City vs Manchester United
Sunday, April 8
14:15 Arsenal vs Southampton
16:30 Chelsea vs West Ham United