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Manchester City and Liverpool resume their Premier League title battle this weekend, after experiencing contrasting outcomes in their midweek Champions League semi-finals.
City suffered European elimination against Real Madrid in a thrilling tie, though they lead Liverpool by a point in the English top flight ahead of Sunday's visit of Newcastle United to the Etihad Stadium.
Liverpool proved too strong for Villarreal over two legs, and their quest for an unprecedented quadruple continues with a home match against Tottenham on Saturday.
Elsewhere, Manchester United travel to Brighton and Hove Albion in search of back-to-back wins, while Arsenal and Chelsea host Leeds United and Wolves respectively.
Warm up for another round of Premier League action by testing your top-flight knowledge with our Opta-powered quiz. You'll find the answers below.
1. Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo has registered 18 goals in 29 Premier League games this term. Who was the most recent United player to score more than 18 in a single season in the competition for the club?
2. Mason Mount has scored 10 goals for Chelsea in the Premier League this season and recorded nine assists. Only four Chelsea players have reached double figures in both categories – sometimes on multiple occasions – in a single Premier League campaign. Can you name them?
3. Alisson has kept 20 clean sheets for Liverpool in the Premier League this season with four games remaining, meaning he can still draw level with the competition record of 24. But which goalkeeper was that record set by, and in what season?
4. Leeds United have received 94 yellow cards in the Premier League this season, which is the joint-most ever for a side in a single season alongside Sunderland in 2014-15. One player has been responsible for a team-high 10 of those... but who?
5. Tottenham boss Antonio Conte's previous two Premier League visits to Liverpool have finished with the same scoreline. What was the result in those two games?
1. Robin van Persie (26 in 2012-13)
2. Frank Lampard (four times), Didier Drogba (three times), Juan Mata (in 2012-13) and Eden Hazard (in 2018-19)
3. Petr Cech, in the 2004-05 season
4. Junior Firpo