Week 31 of the English Premier League throws up some interesting fixtures as always.
Top-of-the-table Chelsea entertain London rivals Arsenal in the first game of the weekend, whilst David Moyes' Manchester United side are at Upton Park hoping for a much needed boost against West Ham in the Saturday evening kick-off.
Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool side travel to Wales for a reunion with old boy Craig Bellamy at Cardiff, and Manchester City host rock-bottom Fulham in two fixtures that have huge implications at both ends of the table.
A full list of fixtures and predictions is below, along with some key stats and analysis on the games that matter most.
|Chelsea vs. Arsenal||Saturday March 22||12.45 p.m. GMT/ 8.45 a.m. ET||2-1|
|Manchester CIty vs. Fulham||Saturday March 22||3 p.m GMT/ 11 a.m. ET||3-1|
|Newcastle vs. Crystal Palace||Saturday March 22||3 p.m GMT/ 11 a.m. ET||2-1|
|Hull City vs. West Brom||Saturday March 22||3 p.m GMT/ 11 a.m. ET||2-0|
|Norwich City vs. Sunderland||Saturday March 22||3 p.m GMT/ 11 a.m. ET||0-1|
|Everton vs. Swansea City||Saturday March 22||3 p.m GMT/ 11 a.m. ET||3-0|
|Cardiff City vs. Liverpool||Saturday March 22||3 p.m GMT/ 11 a.m. ET||1-3|
|West Ham vs. Manchester United||Saturday March 22||5.30 p.m. GMT/ 1.30 p.m ET||2-2|
|Tottenham vs. Southampton||Sunday March 23||1.30 p.m. GMT/ 9.30 a.m. ET||2-1|
|Aston Villa vs. Stoke City||Sunday March 23||4 p.m. GMT/ 12 p.m. ET||1-1|
Chelsea vs. Arsenal
Although the home side fare slightly better at Stamford Bridge (29 wins to Arsenal's 27 with 26 draws), the visitors have actually scored more than their hosts have when in West London (109 goals to Chelsea's 104).
The Portuguese has still yet to taste defeat on home soil in the league. Chelsea News noted the astonishing 75-game record via their Twitter account:
Chelsea boss Mourinho now unbeaten in 75 home games - Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho boasts an amazing home record ... http://t.co/CJm6GFjpvV— Chelsea News (@chelseanewsonly) March 10, 2014
It will be a huge ask for the away side, but a second London derby away win in a week for Arsene Wenger's side will bring them right back into title contention, just a point behind the Blues and with a game in hand.
Prediction: Chelsea 2-1 Arsenal
Cardiff City vs. Liverpool
Brendan Rodgers' side have won many plaudits over the course of this Premier League season through their blend of attacking, expansive football.
Apart from Manchester City with 71, the Reds have scored at least 20 goals more than every other club in the league, and with 76 goals are only bettered by Real Madrid (77) and Barcelona (81) in Europe's top leagues.
Just a point above Fulham and with only a solitary win in their last eight games, per WhoScored.com, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has his work cut out to see his side get anything at all from this game.
Prediction: Cardiff City 1-3 Liverpool
Manchester City vs. Fulham
Despite being knocked out of the Champions League, Manuel Pellegrini's side remain primed for an assault on the Premier League title.
If City can win all their games in hand, they will be outright leaders in the league going into the final fixtures, and their recent form has been good with just a single defeat in the last six.
Take supposedly inferior teams lightly, however, and Wigan Athletic showed just what can happen in the last game at the Etihad Stadium.
Despite losing on their last visit, Fulham had the lion's share of possession, and after three games without scoring, Felix Magath's men have found the net in all of their last six games, per WhoScored.com.
Prediction: Manchester City 3-1 Fulham