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League leaders Chelsea get the weekend’s action under way on Saturday. However, they face a stern test of their top spot credentials – as they welcome sixth-placed Everton to Stamford Bridge.

Should they slip up, Arsenal will look to take full advantage when they entertain a Sunderland side currently occupying one of the relegation places. And Arsene Wenger’s men will be desperate to get back to winning ways in the league – following their 5-1 annihilation to Liverpool and a 0-0 draw with Manchester United.

Manchester City will also be trying to claw their way back into contention when they welcome 14th-placed Stoke to the Etihad. With just two points between themselves and Chelsea, City could also return to the summit if results go their way.

Liverpool are the only other top-eight side not to be playing a bottom half team – as they play host to 10th side Swansea. Anfield has been a happy hunting ground for the Reds recently, with them scoring nine goals and conceding just one in their last two games there.

Other notable fixtures this weekend include Manchester United travelling to Crystal Palace, Tottenham making the trip to Norwich and West Brom and Fulham embroiled in a crucial relegation six-pointer at The Hawthorns.