Arsenal v Norwich
Arsenal kick off this weekend's Premier League action with Arsene Wenger's side looking to secure a third place finish and Champions League football.
The Gunners had suffered a recent dip in form, having won 2 out of their last 6 games. Anything but a win could put their hopes of a top 4 finish in doubt.
Newcastle v Man City
On Sunday, Newcastle United welcome league leaders Manchester City in a game that could have a big impact at the top of the Premier League.
City are looking to win their first league title for over 40 years, while Newcastle are just a point behind Arsenal, challenging for Champions League qualification.
Manchester United v Swansea
United will be hoping to take advantage if City drop points at St James' Park and return to the top of the table ahead of the final game of the season.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side are behind their local rivals on goal difference alone, but will be without Danny Welbeck and Chris Smalling against Swansea
Aston Villa v Tottenham
Tottenham look back on track for a top four finish after winning back to back league games for the first time since January at Bolton in midweek.
With a fully fit squad and confidence high, Spurs will be looking for 3 points at Villa, whose awful season has left them just 3 points clear of relegation.
West Brom v Bolton; Fulham v Sunderland
Bolton meanwhile face a must win game against West Brom if they are to maintain hopes of avoiding relegation, while Fulham welcome Sunderland.
Wolves v Everton; QPR v Stoke
Elsewhere, already relegated Wolves face Everton, and QPR face Stoke with the Londoners still battling relegation. Mark Hughes side are only above on goal difference.