The Premier League plays out its penultimate round before the mid-season break for the Qatar 2022 World Cup comes into view this weekend.
League leaders Arsenal will head to Chelsea for a London derby, with the Blues hoping to buck a three-game winless run against Mikel Arteta's men.
Champions Manchester City meanwhile will welcome Fulham, as Pep Guardiola's side look to keep the heat up on the Gunners at the summit. The Cottagers last won at the Etihad Stadium in 2009.
Liverpool will hope they can take a positive turn in a wildly inconsistent campaign against Tottenham, with Spurs hoping to notch a first victory over the Reds since 2017, while Manchester United travel to Aston Villa and Leeds United welcome Bournemouth.
Ahead of the weekend's big games, test your football expertise with our Opta-powered Premier League quiz. Answers are at the bottom.
1. Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored 68 goals in 128 Premier League games for Arsenal between 2018 and 2021, including one against the Blues in December 2019 – but who is the only other player to score for both sides in this fixture, excluding own goals?
2. Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne has been involved in 29 goals in the Premier League in 2022 (13 goals, 16 assists), ranking him second in the top-flight for the calendar year. Who is first, and with how many involvements?
3. Crysencio Summerville has scored in his last two appearances for Leeds, versus Fulham and Liverpool. Should he score again, he'll be the youngest player (21 years, 6 days) to net in three consecutive top-flight games for the Whites since who?
4. Hugo Lloris has appeared in each of Tottenham's past 99 Premier League games, the longest current run of all players in the division. He could become just the second player to feature in 100 consecutive Premier League games exclusively for Spurs, joining who?
5. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored Premier League goals against Aston Villa than any other side for Manchester United. How many has he notched?
1. Cesc Fabregas
2. Tottenham's Harry Kane (32)
3. Alan Smith, in August 2001
4. Ian Walker (105 between November 1994 and May 1997)