Defending champions Manchester City visit Newcastle in the first of the latest round of Premier League fixtures. If they can take all three points, rivals Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham will be under increased pressure when they later kick-off, respectively at home to Brighton, West Ham and Bournemouth. Burnley are also at home on Saturday, when they are visited by Crystal Palace, before Southampton host Watford in the late kick-off.
On Sunday, Norwich host Arsenal in the London club’s first match since the departure of Unai Emery, at the same time Sheffield United visit Wolves. Everton, and their under-pressure manager Marco Silva, then travel to Leicester, when Manchester United host Aston Villa.