Arsenal face improving Hull City at the Emirates with the pressure back on Arsene Wenger following the Gunners' heavy defeat at Chelsea while Evertonians will be looking out to see how Watford get on at Old Trafford against Manchester United.

The late afternoon kick off sees second-place Tottenham visit fifth-place Liverpool in perhaps the most intriguing game of Saturday in terms of the top six and the Londoners' hopes of chasing down Chelsea.

The league leaders are in action at Fortress Turf Moor on Sunday while Swansea host Leicester in a potential relegation "six-pointer" at the Liberty Stadium.


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Kieran Fitzgerald
1 Posted 11/02/2017 at 08:56:01
Both Man Utd and Liverpool are at home today. I can see Man Utd doing enough to beat Watford and can see the RS managing a draw against Spurs. Hope I'm wrong as we need both teams to continue dropping points.

We have a run of games at the moment where we are playing teams below us. We need to be close to the top six points wise once they come around to us.

It's really enjoyable being able to look at other fixtures again this way. Other games on a Saturday actually mean something again.

Tony Hill
2 Posted 11/02/2017 at 19:26:14
God, Spurs fans must be furious – a real chance to make a move today and they wilt pitifully. They suffer, and have suffered for a long time, from a familiar disease: lack of steel and leadership. We're fellow sufferers, of course, though I'm hopeful Ronald is on the way to a cure.
Colin Glassar
3 Posted 11/02/2017 at 19:29:46
They must put something in the water at that place as the oppo play like wilting daisies when they play there.

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