At 3pm, there are five fixtures as Aston Villa takes on Brentford, Everton takes on Burnley, Fulham hosts Newcastle United, Luton Town plays AFC Bournemouth, and West Ham travels to the Midlands to face Wolves.

Arsenal have a tricky test at the Amex Stadium as they take on Brighton and Hove Albion in the 5:30pm game. A win for Arsenal would see them regain top spot in the Premier League before Liverpool take on Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Sheffield United will play Chelsea at 5:30pm on Sunday, a loss for Chris Wilder’s side all put relegates the Blades back to the Championship.

In Sunday’s late kick-off, Spurs host Nottingham Forest. A win for either team could have a serious impact on the Champions League spots or in the relegation battle.

Saturday April 6:

12:30pmCrystal Palace vs Manchester City

3:00pm – Aston Villa vs Brentford

Everton vs Burnley

Fulham vs Newcastle

Luton Town vs AFC Bournemouth

Wolves' vs West Ham

5:30pm – Brighton and Hove Albion vs Arsenal

Sunday April 7:

3:30pm – Manchester United vs Liverpool

5:30pm – Sheffield United vs Chelsea

6:00pmTottenham Hotspur vs Nottingham Forest


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