Tottenham Hotspur and QPR kick-off this weekend’s Premier League action, with Andre Villas-Boas taking his manager of the month trophy to Loftus Road.
Harry Redknapp will be looking for a scalp against his old club, and needs a win to drag his new team off the bottom of the table.
Chelsea travel to Stoke in the pick of the 3pm kick-offs, with the stringent Potters looking to put more pressure on interim manager Rafa Benitez.
Aston Villa host Southampton meet in a crucial battle at the bottom of the table, with the two relegation contenders desperate for points in the fight for survival.
Swansea travel to Everton on the back of their 2-0 League Cup win against Chelsea, whilst Reading will be looking for points against West Brom in their fight for survival.
Newcastle are perilously close to the danger zone, and they travel to Norwich knowing things won’t be easy at Carrow Road. Fulham host Wigan and West Ham travel to Sunderland in the day’s other games.
On Sunday, two blockbuster games will see the Premier League’s elite go head-to-head, with Manchester United hosting Liverpool in a battle for bragging right at Old Trafford.
That’s followed by Manchester City’s trip to Arsenal, with Roberto Mancini’s side looking to end the Gunners’ hoodoo over the champions.