The English Premier League returns this weekend after the latest two-week international break.
Table toppers, Manchester City are away to Everton in Saturday’s late kick-off.
Pep Guardiola’s men are two wins away from being crowned champions. And if they breeze past the Toffees in their usual style, it will set up an epic Derby clash against Manchester United next week.
City are currently 16 points clear of second-placed United and the Etihad side would absolutely enjoy not only stretching their lead to 19 points, but winning the title against their rivals at home.
Before then, Crystal Palace would host Liverpool, seeking to pull away from relegation trouble and Manchester United would welcome Swansea City.
It will be 4th vs 5th on Saturday, when Chelsea face Tottenham Hotspur, while Arsenal are home to Stoke City.