Premier League questions: North London Derby and Merseyside derby both feature
West Ham vs Newcastle, Leicester vs Watford, Fulham vs Chelsea and Everton vs Liverpool all live on Sky Sports Premier League
Last Updated: 01/03/19 11:22am
How will Fulham get on without Claudio Ranieri? Can Arsenal complete a double over Tottenham? We pick out the key questions ahead of the Premier League weekend.
Can Arsenal complete double over Spurs? (Tottenham vs Arsenal, Saturday, 12.30pm)
Arsenal are looking to complete a Premier League double over Tottenham in the North London Derby for only the fourth time in league history.
However, they come up against a Tottenham side who have won five of their last seven at home.
Mauricio Pochettino's side are desperate to bounce back with a morale-boosting victory against their fierce rivals after consecutive defeats to Chelsea and Burnley. Tottenham have not lost three Premier League games in a row since November 2012.
A win for Arsenal on Saturday and they would move to within a point of third-placed Spurs.
Can Michy Batshuayi fire Palace up the table? (Burnley vs Crystal Palace, Saturday, 3pm)
Palace's emphatic 4-1 win over Leicester was quickly overshadowed by a heavy defeat to Manchester United on Wednesday night.
Michy Batshuayi scored against Leicester on his first Palace start on Saturday and led the attacking line again ahead of record signing Christian Benteke in midweek. The Palace supporters will be hoping he can get on a goalscoring run against Burnley.
Burnley are struggling for consistency themselves after seeing their eight-game unbeaten run come to an end after a disappointing 2-0 loss to Newcastle. Sean Dyche's side have lost their last two Premier League games against Crystal Palace.
Will Huddersfield register back-to-back wins this season? (Brighton vs Huddersfield, Saturday, 3pm)
Huddersfield won their first game under Jan Siewert and he believes his side still have a chance of staying up after ending their 14-game winless run against Wolves.
They now have the chance to register back-to-back wins for the first time this season against a Brighton side who are yet to win a Premier League game in 2019.
Chris Hughton admits he is "concerned" about Brighton's poor form but says nobody is "panicking" about a relegation battle. He can take confidence from the fact Brighton are unbeaten in six home league meetings with Huddersfield.
Will City continue their perfect record? (Bournemouth vs Manchester City, Saturday, 3pm)
Manchester City's 100 per cent win record in seven games against Bournemouth is the best in Premier League history.
The game comes at a difficult time for Bournemouth with their boss Eddie Howe looking for a response from his players after a heavy 5-1 defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates on Wednesday night.
Raheem Sterling has scored in all six Premier League matches against Bournemouth and will hope to do the same again on Saturday as City look to keep the pressure on Liverpool heading into Sunday.
Can an injury-hit United overcome Southampton unscathed? (Manchester United vs Southampton, Saturday, 3pm)
Manchester United have won only one of their five home Premier League games against Southampton since Sir Alex Ferguson retired.
Southampton picked up a significant 2-0 victory over Fulham in midweek and will be hoping to grab a positive result at Old Trafford to move further away from the relegation zone.
Nevertheless, United will feel confident they can pick up all three points against Ralph Hasenhuttl's side after a confidence-boosting win over Crystal Palace on Wednesday night even with a long injury list.
Can Wolves stay in seventh? (Wolves vs Cardiff City, Saturday, 3pm)
Wolves were surprisingly beaten 1-0 by relegation-threatened Huddersfield on Tuesday night, but Watford's 5-0 defeat to Liverpool the next day means they cling on to seventh place on goal difference.
However, they face a Cardiff side who won the reverse fixture at the Cardiff City Stadum in November and Wolves have lost five of their last seven league matches against the Welsh club.
Wolves uncharacteristically failed to register a shot on target against Huddersfield and Nuno Espirito Santo will certainly want to see a drastic improvement on Saturday afternoon.
Will Newcastle make it three in a row? (West Ham vs Newcastle, Saturday, Sky Sports Premier League from 5pm)
West Ham fell to a 1-0 defeat to Manchester City on Wednesday and now have the task of trying to complete a league double over Newcastle for the first time since the 98/99 season.
Newcastle have won their last two Premier League matches against Burnley and Huddersfield with Sean Longstaff, Miguel Almiron, Fabian Schar and Isaac Hayden all being praised for their impressive performances in recent weeks.
Rafael Benitez's side have every reason to be confident of achieving another positive result this weekend.
Can Brendan Rodgers win on his Leicester debut against his old club? (Watford vs Leicester City, Sunday, Sky Sports Premier League from 11.30pm)
Rodgers was given a warm welcome by the Leicester fans before their 2-1 win over Brighton on Tuesday night, but he will quickly be expected to string together some wins.
His first task is overcoming his old club Watford, who were defensively poor against Liverpool at Anfield.
Rodgers has failed to win his first league game in charge of the previous four teams he's managed in English football, so will look to put that right on Super Sunday.
How will Fulham fare without Claudio Ranieri? (Fulham vs Chelsea, Sunday, Sky Sports Premier League from 2pm)
Scott Parker has the tricky task of lifting the Fulham players following the departure of Claudio Ranieri.
Fulham have lost their last four Premier League matches and sit ten points adrift from safety going into their local derby against Chelsea.
Fulham have won just one of their last 32 league meetings with Chelsea (D12 L19), beating them 1-0 in the Premier League in March 2006.
Can Marco Silva's Everton spring a surprise at Goodison Park? (Everton vs Liverpool, Sunday, Sky Sports Premier League from 4pm)
The 200th Merseyside derby is this weekend and Everton will be looking to beat their Merseyside rivals for the first time in over eight years.
Liverpool have conceded fewer away goals than any other side in the Premier League season and can take full confidence from a 5-0 midweek win over Watford as Everton look to secure consecutive Premier League victories for the first time since October.