Watch Arsenal-Chelsea as part of a Premier League triple on Sky Sports
Enjoy a sizzling pre-Christmas tussle as the Gunners and the Blues square off at the Emirates Stadium.
Last Updated: 18/12/13 5:59pm
Chelsea are the visitors to the Emirates on the night before Christmas Eve and the Sky Sports team - fronted by our three very own wise men in the shape of Ed Chamberlin, Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher - will have every angle covered.
Ed, Gary and Jamie will be on air from 7pm to preview the crunch contest in the capital and then devote ample time to analysing events once the final whistle has blown - but the action should be pretty electric, too.
Arsenal's lead at the top of the Premier League table was cut to two points after they were humbled 6-3 at the Etihad, and Arsene Wenger's men will be third heading into the game with Chelsea if City and Liverpool despatch Fulham and Cardiff respectively on Saturday.
The Gunners have been near indomitable at home in the top flight since their defeat to Aston Villa on the opening day of the campaign - but they were conquered on their own turf by Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League and by Chelsea in the Capital One Cup.
However, Jose Mourinho's team - who were knocked out of the Capital One Cup at Sunderland on Tuesday - have only won three of their away Premier League games this term, and shipped three goals en route to losing at Stoke in their last fixture on the road on December 4.
Such is the topsy-turvy nature of the top flight, though, that Mourinho's boys will leapfrog Wenger's charges with a win on Gunners territory - and possibly head into Christmas top of the Premier League pile.
There are also a couple of festive fixtures to tuck into on Super Sunday, as Tottenham battle Southampton in their maiden league match in the post-Andre Villas-Boas era, while in-form Everton head to Wales for a duel with Michael Laudrup's Swansea.
Premier League on Sky
Southampton v Tottenham (12.30pm, Sky Sports 1)
Swansea v Everton (3.30pm, Sky Sports 1)
Arsenal v Chelsea (7pm, Sky Sports 1)