European football in midweek always throws up a difficult set of decisions for the weekend that follows, and with a Friday night start we have even less time to process our thoughts ahead of this one. This round of fixtures starts at the King Power Stadium, where in-form Leicester host Newcastle. Saturday kicks off with already relegated Huddersfield away at Tottenham and ends with Manchester United – on a run of four defeats in five games in all competitions – hosting West Ham.
Sunday plays host to two huge games in the title race, with Manchester City away at Crystal Palace before Liverpool welcome Chelsea to Anfield. Watford then host Arsenal on Monday night, but it is also worth noting an extra fixture on Tuesday – Brighton have their second home game of the week, Cardiff arriving at the Amex three days after Bournemouth.