Premier League football is back with a huge showdown to resume domestic football following the international break.
It isn’t the only potentially enthralling watch, with several other games sure to catch the eye at both ends of the Premier League table.
Take a look below to reveal the best Premier League games to look out for this weekend.
5. Huddersfield vs Liverpool (Saturday, 5:30pm)
Jurgen Klopp travels to face ex-assistant coach David Wagner’s team, with very few men knowing more about the former than the latter.
Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah injury worries throw an air of unpredictability into the mix.
4. Cardiff vs Fulham (Saturday, 3pm)
On paper, this doesn’t look like a fun time. However, the Bluebirds have a real chance of picking up their first win of the season.
Fulham have stacks of talent in their ranks but have failed to utilise it properly in recent weeks. This could be a low-key cracker of a game.
3. Arsenal vs Leicester (Monday, 8pm)
The Gunners are in great form but though they’re still prone to leaking goals despite winning. Sokratis Papastathopoulos’ injury could cause problems.
Leicester have been a mixed bag in 2018/19 but with match-winners like Jamie Vardy and James Maddison in the side, they’ll be confident they can defy the odds at the Emirates on Monday night.
2. West Ham vs Tottenham (Saturday, 3pm)
Tottenham have been far from all-conquering this season, but with Harry Kane creeping back into form and the potential return of Christian Eriksen, this looks like a tasty clash.
West Ham endured a woeful start but after recording their first points of the season, they’ve barely looked back.
1. Chelsea vs Manchester United (Saturday, 12:30pm)
Jose Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge in the one of the most pressurised games of his career. He must produce a big result or face sliding further down the table.
Eden Hazard has been electric to watch, and fans could be treated to another huge performance under Maurizio Sarri.
Newcastle vs Brighton (3pm)
Bournemouth vs Southampton (3pm)
Wolves vs Watford (3pm)
Manchester City vs Burnley (3pm)
Everton vs Crystal Palace (4pm)