Week 25 of the 2017-18 Premier League season will see Manchester United travel to London to take on Tottenham Hotspur as the battle for a top-four finish continues.
Manchester City―who host West Bromwich Albion―are well clear of the rest of the pack, but the other European hopefuls all sit relatively close together in the standings.
Liverpool visit Huddersfield Town on Tuesday after back-to-back upsets against Swansea City and West Brom in the league and FA Cup, respectively, while Chelsea entertain Bournemouth and Arsenal travel to Swansea.
Here's a look at the schedule, complete with TV info, live-stream options and picks.
Tuesday, January 30
7:45 p.m. GMT: Swansea City vs. Arsenal (NBC Sports) Pick: Arsenal
7:45 p.m. GMT: West Ham United vs. Crystal Palace (NBC Sports) Pick: West Ham
8 p.m. GMT: Huddersfield Town vs. Liverpool (BT Sport, NBC Sports) Pick: Liverpool
Wednesday, January 31
7:45 p.m. GMT: Chelsea vs. Bournemouth (NBC Sports) Pick: Chelsea
7:45 p.m. GMT: Everton vs. Leicester City (NBC Sports) Pick: Draw
7:45 p.m. GMT: Newcastle United vs. Burnley (NBC Sports) Pick: Draw
7:45 p.m. GMT: Southampton vs. Brighton & Hove Albion (NBC Sports) Pick: Southampton
8 p.m. GMT: Manchester City vs. West Bromwich Albion (NBC Sports) Pick: City
8 p.m. GMT: Stoke City vs. Watford (NBC Sports) Pick: Draw
8 p.m. GMT: Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester United (BT Sport, NBC Sports) Pick: Spurs
Spurs have won just one of their last three matches in the league entering Wednesday's clash, and after their close call in the FA Cup, manager Mauricio Pochettino and his troops are in desperate need of a good result.
Welsh minnows Newport County almost caused a huge shock on Saturday when Tottenham needed a late equaliser to ensure a replay at Wembley Stadium.
Pochettino was not happy:
It adds yet another fixture to the club's busy schedule, something United won't have to worry about after their 4-0 win at Yeovil Town on Friday. The League Two side put in a solid effort against the Premier League giants, but the gap in quality ultimately made the difference.
Alexis Sanchez's debut for the Red Devils was solid, even though plenty of fans questioned his man-of-the-match honours, as he did gave the ball away quite a bit.
Per The Sportsman, it's been a good month for the Red Devils:
Huddersfield will fancy their chances against a Liverpool side that has lost back-to-back shockers and were thoroughly outplayed by West Brom in the FA Cup.
While the video assistant referee (VAR) dominated many of the headlines after the 3-2 loss on Saturday, the Reds' poor play at Anfield was also highlighted by plenty of pundits.
Fans hoping the signing of Virgil van Dijk would solve all of the team's defensive issues have so far been disappointed, per SportsJOE:
Bournemouth are unbeaten in their last five league matches and should give Chelsea a good challenge, while Swansea have won two of their last four and will take some momentum from the shock triumph against Liverpool when they face Arsenal.
The key for the top teams will be not looking beyond the midweek slate, with tricky fixtures in Week 26 on the horizon. Liverpool will face Spurs, Arsenal take on a talented but inconsistent Everton team and Chelsea visit Watford.