After a two-week break, the Premier League enters Matchday 8 this weekend with 10 games spread across three days.
Liverpool, who played out an entertaining 2-2 draw against Man City in their last match before the break, will be first in action with an early kick-off at Watford.
Leicester will play host to Manchester United in arguably the clash of the weekend, with Man City facing Burnley.
League leaders Chelsea will travel across London to face Brentford, hoping to extend their lead at the top with a win.
The last match of the weekend will be played on Monday night at the Emirates with Arsenal hosting Crystal Palace.
So, how does the table look like ahead of the weekend action?
Chelsea struggled last time out but two late goals gave them a 3-1 win over Southampton to see them take control of the standings with 16 points, a point above Liverpool.
Man City, Man United, Everton, and Brighton are all tied on 14 points, with Brentford and Spurs on 12.
- Watford vs Liverpool
- Leicester vs Man United
- Southampton vs Leeds
- Aston Villa vs Wolves
- Norwich vs Brighton
- Man City vs Burnley
- Brentford vs Chelsea
- Newcastle vs Tottenham
- Everton West Ham
- Arsenal vs Crystal Palace