The highlights of this weekend's Premier League fixtures will be two clashes between heavyweights from North London and Merseyside.
On Saturday, fourth placed Arsenal face a huge trip to Anfield to take on fifth placed Liverpool. A poor run of form for the hosts means that a that were challenging for the Premier League title at the turn of the year could now be sat in sixth place little over two months later.
Despite an impressive win at home to Tottenham Hotspur in February, Liverpool have been woeful in 2017. Their only other win was a slender 1-0 win against Plymouth Argyle in an FA Cup replay. Defeats to relegation threatened Swansea City, Hull City and most recently Leicester City have left Jurgen Klopp and his players under serious pressure.
Their poor form hasn't been limited to the Premier League, The Reds were dumped out of both domestic cup competitions within the space of three days at the end of January. Their EFL Cup semi-final defeat to Southampton was swiftly followed by an embarrassing FA Cup defeat at home to Championship strugglers Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Saturday's visitors, Arsenal have not been much better in 2017, but for them it seems rumours regarding the future of manager Arsene Wenger and star players Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are taking its toll.
Comfortable wins over Swansea City (4-0) and Southampton (5-0) have been completely overshadowed by equally humbling defeats. The manner of their 3-1 league defeat to leaders Chelsea and a 5-1 rout at the hands of Bayern Munich in the Champions League were both extremely concerning. Arsenal were completely outplayed in both games and look a million miles away from being able to compete for major honours.
In the second instalment of North London versus Merseyside, we see two of the league's in-form sides go head-to-head. Spurs put their Europa League disappointment behind them last weekend, comfortably sweeping aside Stoke City to win 4-0, thanks to a Harry Kane hat-trick. Tottenham have won 8 out of their last 11 league games and are currently sat in second place.
Sunday's opponents, Everton have been in equally impressive form since the turn of the year. Their seven league games in 2017 have seen The Toffees register five wins and two draws, including an emphatic 4-0 win over Manchester City.
Below is a list of all of the weekend's fixtures:
Saturday (3pm unless stated)
Manchester United vs Bournemouth (12:30)
Leicester City vs Hull City
Stoke City vs Middlesbrough
Swansea City vs Burnley
Watford vs Southampton
West Bromwich Albion vs Crystal Palace
Liverpool vs Arsenal (17:30)
Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton (13:30)
Sunderland vs Manchester City (16:00)
West Ham United vs Chelsea (20:00)
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