Fans across the country will enjoy a feast of top class football this weekend as some of the Premier League’s leading sides strut their stuff on Sunday.
Five of the ‘Big Six’ are in action, with the Manchester derby clash between City and United the undoubted highlight of the fixtures. Read on as we take a look at the latest edition of ‘Super Sunday’.
Liverpool aiming to put Red Star shocker behind them
Liverpool host Fulham in Sunday’s opening game hoping to put their dismal midweek Champions League defeat at Red Star Belgrade firmly behind them.
The Reds have won just three of the last nine games in all competitions, but they are heavy favourites at freebonuscode.com.au to pick up three points this weekend.
Liverpool have recorded four Premier League victories in a row over Fulham and look banker material to make it five on the spin at Anfield.
Chelsea fancied to beat improving Everton
Chelsea welcome Everton to Stamford Bridge aiming to keep up the pressure on their title rivals. The Blues are currently second in the table, level on points with Liverpool and just two behind City.
They have won three and drawn one of their last four Premier League meetings with the Toffees and will fancy their chances of extending that run on Sunday.
However, Everton have won four of their last five league matches and can be expected to make things difficult for the home side.
Arsenal face tough test against Wolves
Arsenal will bid to make it 10 games unbeaten in the Premier League when they face Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners head into the weekend six points off top spot having made an impressive start to life under manager Unai Emery.
Wolves have gone off the boil over the past few weeks, losing three games in a row to drop down to 11th in the table.
City and United set for Manchester classic
Manchester City go head-to-head with local rivals Manchester United hoping to maintain their place at the top of the standings.
City currently have a nine point advantage over United after 11 games and a victory this weekend would be a hammer blow to the Red Devils’ hopes of forcing themselves into the title race.
The Manchester rivals have faced each other 42 times in the Premier League, with United winning 21 times, City 13, and eight draws between them.