The Premier League returns after the a two-week hiatus, where international friendly matches were played.
Manchester City travel to Everton in Saturday’s late kick-off, knowing that they need two more wins to be crowned champions.
Before then, Crystal Palace welcome Liverpool and Manchester United are at home to Swansea City.
On Sunday, Chelsea host Tottenham Hotspur in the game of the week, while Stoke City travel to Arsenal.
Saturday, March 31
12:30 Crystal Palace vs Liverpool
15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion vs Leicester City
15:00 Manchester United vs Swansea City
15:00 Newcastle United vs Huddersfield Town
15:00 Watford vs AFC Bournemouth
15:00 West Bromwich Albion vs Burnley
15:00 West Ham United vs Southampton
17:30 Everton vs Manchester City
Sunday, April 1
13:30 Arsenal vs Stoke City
16:00 Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur