Sheffield United boss issues rallying cry to fans ahead of Burnley battle, Chelsea boss faces selection dilemma - Premier League preview
It's hard to believe that we're already over a quarter of the way through the 2019/20 Premier League season, in what has been a gripping campaign so far. While Manchester City and Liverpool still look to have a stranglehold over the competition, the rest of the division has been wildly unpredictable, and the twists and turns look likely to continue for the foreseeable future.
This weekend, there's another splendid selection of top tier matches to enjoy, with highlights including Liverpool's trip to Aston Villa, Spurs' must-win away game against Everton, and Southampton's daunting trip to the Etihad Stadium. Here's our mini preview for this weekend's Premier League action: click and scroll your way through the gallery to see the big talking points from each top tier match...
1. Southampton brace themselves for another cricket score
It surely can't get worse than 9-0...can it? Fresh off the back of their Leicester City hiding, the Saints face the worst possible opponents: Manchester City away. They lost the same fixture 3-1 in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday.
2. Leicester City star demands focus ahead of Crystal Palace encounter
The Foxes are looking sensational under Brendan Rodgers, but key player Youri Tielemans has urged his side not to get carried away, insisting that the Eagles will pose a tough test this weekend, given their stellar home form.
3. Pundit savages Norwich boss ahead of Brighton clash
After a bright start to the campaign, Norwich have rapidly gone downhill due to injury troubles. Pundit Charlie Nicholas has laid into Daniel Farke ahead of Saturday's match, branding the German as "confused". Charming!
4. Arsenal captain set to be rested following incident
There's one big issue surrounding the Gunners at the moment, and that's skipper Granit Xhaka, who was booed off the field by his own supporters last weekend. Unai Emery has confirmed that he won't feature against Wolves.