Swansea v Chelsea
It's a big night in the Premier League tonight, with five of the top six clubs in action, including Chelsea who travel to the Liberty Stadium in Wales.
Fernando Torres will be looking for his first league goal since September - incidentally, against Swansea. John Terry and Frank Lampard both miss out.
Tottenham v Wigan
Tottenham meanwhile can strengthen their grip on 3rd place with a win against bottom of the table Wigan this evening.
Jermain Defoe and Aaron Lennon face late fitness tests, but Sandro and William Gallas have been declared fit and are in the Spurs squad.
Wolves v Liverpool
Liverpool are on a massive high following their cup exploits last week, knocking both Manchester clubs out of the FA Cup and Carling Cup.
Charlie Adam and Craig Bellamy are expected to return to the side. Andy Carroll, who looks to be gaining confidence, will start up front.
Manchester United v Stoke
With David de Gea sick and Anders Lindegard injured, United have been forced to turn to Tomasz Kuszczak for tonight's game.
Rio Ferdinand is expected to return to the heart of defence for United, but the match may come too soon for Wayne Rooney and Phil Jones.
Everton v Manchester City
Manchester City face Everton tonight - a side they have struggled to get a result against in recent seasons, especially at Goodison.
Vincent Kompany returns from his four match suspension to captain City, but Mario Balotelli is still serving his own lengthly ban.News Now - Sport News