We pick the winners and losers from the most recent round of English Premier League fixtures
The season’s final international break is now over, and we can prepare for what promises to be an exciting Premier League season finale.
Arsenal lead Manchester City by eight points, despite the fact that Mikel Arteta’s team has played one more game than the reigning champions.
Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are third and fourth, respectively, but Newcastle United and Liverpool are closing in on them, with Brighton and Brentford the unlikely lads in seventh and eighth.
At the other end of the table, nine teams are fighting for relegation, with only four points separating bottom club Southampton and 12th-placed Crystal Palace.
The weekend begins with a bang as Manchester City takes on Liverpool in the early game on Saturday.
Six matches are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. (UAE), with Arsenal hosting Leeds United, Bournemouth hosting Fulham on the south coast, Brighton hosting Brentford at the Amex, Crystal Palace hosting Leicester City at Selhurst Park, and Nottingham Forest hosting Wolves at the City Ground.
Chelsea hosts Aston Villa in the late game at Stamford Bridge.
West Ham United hosts Southampton at the London Stadium on Sunday, while Newcastle hosts Manchester United on Tyneside, with Everton hosting Spurs on Monday to round out the latest round of fixtures.