The only Premier League fixture on Sunday comes from Villa Park, where Aston Villa play host to Liverpool.
Paul Lambert's team have picked up some brilliant results lately.
Results that, to be honest, I didn't think they'd get.
However, they went to Reading and won.
They welcomed QPR to Villa Park in their last league outing and won a frenetic, end-to-end game 3-2.
Andreas Weimann scored the goal that turned the game in Villa's favour to make the score 2-1, before a late goal from Christian Benteke secured all three points for Villa.
Weimann has played exceptionally well this season, scoring 11 goals, and he's definitely someone who will play a huge part for Villa in the closing weeks of the season.
Villa have already beaten Liverpool 3-1 this season, so Brendan Rodgers will be fully aware of what to expect on Sunday.
Inconsistency has blighted Liverpool's season.
After beating Wigan 4-0 and Tottenham 3-2 in consecutive weeks, they travelled to Southampton last time out and lost 3-1.
The scoreline didn't flatter Southampton.
Liverpool were second best throughout and deserved to lose the game.
That defeat has all but ended Liverpool's faint hopes of playing in Europe next season, but Brendan Rodgers will want a response from his players.
In terms of the result, it seems to me that Villa have a lot of momentum right now, and they should stay up if they beat Liverpool.
My feeling is that Villa won't lose, but they won't win either.