Week 11 in the Premier League is all set up to be a pivotal weekend in this season's title race.
Arsenal head to Old Trafford to face Manchester United with the opportunity to prove that they are the legitimate front-runners in this year's race to secure the league crown.
Having recently beaten Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League and Liverpool on the domestic front, a win over the reigning champion would suggest that the Gunners have what it takes to meet every challenge leading up to Christmas.
However, United are currently on an eight-game unbeaten run in all competitions and David Moyes will be using his opponent's new-found status as the perfect fuel to motivate his team, just as Sir Alex Ferguson did when focusing minds on stopping Arsenal's Invincibles at 49 games back in 2004.
Should Arsene Wenger's team drop points, Liverpool and Chelsea look to be well placed to profit from any home team heroics in Manchester.
Brendan Rodgers' team face Martin Jol's Fulham at Anfield with the Cottagers struggling to break out of their dismal, down-spiralling form. Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge should have a field day against the West Londoners on Merseyside.
Meanwhile, Chelsea host West Bromwich Albion who have already illustrated their giant-killing credentials this season by beating United at Old Trafford in September.
Jose Mourinho will be well aware of the threat posed by his former protege Steve Clarke and his team.
Even without Romelu Lukaku, who was so effective for them last year, the Baggies have been able to combine hard work, good energy, surprising technique and passing football into an approach that can be one of the most unexpectedly irresistible in the league on their day.
Speaking of Chelsea's loanee Belgian striker, Lukaku's current club Everton head to Crystal Palace where they will look to secure a handsome win while Manchester City head to the North East to face Sunderland.
Having thrashed Norwich City 7-0, Manuel Pellegrini will be hoping his side can produce another devastating display against another of the league's strugglers.
Below is a full schedule of the matches in Week 11 along with predictions of the results, a rundown of the TV coverage and online stream information.
|Date and Time (GMT)||Home team||Prediction||Away team||TV|
|Saturday November 9, 3 p.m.||Aston Villa||2-1||Cardiff|
|Saturday November 9, 3 p.m.||Chelsea||2-2||West Brom|
|Saturday November 9, 3 p.m.||Crystal Palace||0-2||Everton|
|Saturday November 9, 3 p.m.||Liverpool||3-0||Fulham|
|Saturday November 9, 3 p.m.||Southampton||3-1||Hull|
|Saturday November 9, 5:30 p.m.||Norwich||0-0||West Ham||Sky Sports 1|
|Sunday November 10, 12 p.m.||Tottenham||1-1||Newcastle||Sky Sports 1|
|Sunday November 10, 2:05 p.m.||Sunderland||0-4||Man City||Sky Sports 1|
|Sunday November 10, 4:10 p.m.||Man Utd||2-1||Arsenal||Sky Sports 1|
|Sunday November 10, 4:10 p.m.||Swansea||2-1||Stoke|
Live Stream Information
Paid-up users of SkyGo will be able to watch all four of the games set to be televised by Sky in Week 11.
Terrestrial viewers will be able to catch up on the weekend's Premier League action with Match of the Day (BBC One, Saturday) and Match of the Day 2 (BBC Two, Sunday), offering highlights and analysis of Saturday and Sunday's games.
Both BBC programmes will also be streamed live on the BBC Sport website, and each version of Match of the Day will be made available to watch back on the BBC iPlayer from midnight on Monday, November 11.
Further Reading: The Key Games in Week 11