All of the Premier League's current top five are in action on Sunday with four mouth-watering games set to take place across the country.
Tottenham Hotspur will be back at Wembley Stadium just four days since recording a famous 3-1 win over Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League. Their opponents on Sunday will be the Premier League's bottom-club, Crystal Palace.
Kicking off at 12:15pm gives Spurs the opportunity to put pressure on the sides immediately above them, especially with Manchester City and United facing huge games later on Sunday.
League leaders, Manchester City, host Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium at 14:15pm and can equal a club-record of nine consecutive league wins with another three points. Pep Guardiola's side have been in irresistible form so far, this season, with their 1-1 draw at home to Everton the only blemish on an otherwise perfect start. City have earned 28 points from a possible 30 in their first ten Premier League games. Only twice before have a side earned 28 points at this stage with both Chelsea in 2005 and City in 2011 going on to win the title from a flying start.
Second-placed Manchester United face a massive challenge on Sunday afternoon with Jose Mourinho returning to his old club, Chelsea. En route to claiming the Premier League title, the Blues ran out comfortable 4-0 winners when the sides met at Stamford Bridge last season, a defeat that Mourinho and his team will be aiming to avenge.
Chelsea have lost two of their first five home league games this season, matching the total defeats that they suffered at Stamford Bridge in the whole of their title-winning 2016/17 campaign. They do however, have a fine record against the Red Devils. Chelsea have lost just one of their last fifteen home league games against Manchester United.
In the final game of a super Sunday, manager-less Everton will aim to climb out of the relegation zone when Watford arrive at Goodison Park. Ronald Koeman was dismissed by Everton after the Toffees got their Premier League campaign off to a woeful start. Everton's return of just eight points from ten games represents their worst start to a season in eleven years.
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