SATURDAY 12TH MARCH
Brighton & Hove Albion 12:30 Liverpool
Only the three games this Saturday, the first of which sees Brighton & Hove Albion taking on Liverpool. Brighton are on a poor run having lost their last four games. Adam Webster is the only first team player missing. Second place Liverpool played in the CL in midweek, going down 1-nil but still qualifying for the next round. Firmino may return today.
Brentford 15:00 Burnley
At 3pm we have a game between Brentford and Burnley NOT at Turf Moor. Brentford won a match last time out, with a Toney hat trick against Norwich. Da Silva suspended though Ajer and Norgaard may be back after coming off against the Canaries. Burnley are 18th but have lost their last two matches but still have a game or two in hand. Pieters and Mee missing.
Manchester United 17:30 Tottenham Hotspur
Saturday's late game features Manchester United against Tottenham Hotspur. Fifth place Man Utd versus Spurs who are in seventh. United have concerns over Ronaldo, Cavani, Shaw and Varane. Tottenham have won their last two games and Harry have been blowing the doors off again. Kulusevski looks a good player. No Sessegnon, Skipp or Tanganga.
SUNDAY 13TH MARCH
Chelsea 14:00 Newcastle United
Five games kick off at 2pm this Sunday, the first of which is Chelsea versus Newcastle United. 3rd place Chelsea are in a bit of turmoil at present, not sure how this will affect the players. They played and won on Thursday against Norwich. Newcastle also played on Thursday, against Southampton, recording another win. Guimarães, Joelinton, Krafth, Schär and Saint-Maximin all with injuries worries.
Everton 14:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Next up is a game between Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Goodison. Everton last played at the weekend, when they lost their third game on the trot. Godfrey, Grey and Keane could all return. Wolves were in Thursday night action against Watford when they won 4-0. Hoever and Semedo doubtful.
Leeds United 14:00 Norwich City
Thirdly we are at Elland Road where it is Leeds United v Norwich City. Leeds played Villa in midweek, going down 3-nil and recording 5 defeats in a row. Firpo stretchered off. Norwich we against Chelsea on Thursday, they lost again and on a similar run to Leeds. No new injuries for the Canaries.
Southampton 14:00 Watford
At St Mary's there is another 2pm match between Southampton and Watford. Both teams were in midweek action - Southampton lost against Newcastle and Watford lost heavily against Wolves. The Saints who have lost two in a row may have Tella back. The 19th place Hornets are likely to have Sarr and Joao Pedro missing for this one.
West Ham United 14:00 Aston Villa
The last of the 2 o'clock games is West Ham United versus Aston Villa. The 6th place Hammers played in Europe on Thursday evening, going down 1-0 away from home. Rice may be involved, Bowen and Coufal confirmed out. Aston Villa were against Leeds on the same night and recorded a 3-0 win. No new injury news for the mighty Villa.
Arsenal 16:30 Leicester City
Sunday's late game is at the Emirates and features Arsenal and Leicester City. Arsenal won 3-2 against Watford last Sunday, four wins on the bounce. Leicester played in the Europa League on Thursday.
MONDAY 14TH MARCH
Crystal Palace 20:00 Manchester City
The Monday night fixture is a match between Crystal Palace and Manchester City at Selhurst Park. Palace haven't played since they beat Wolves last weekend. McArthur should be back for this one. Manchester City played in the Champions League on Wednesday. Dias out, Cancelo could return.
More matches Wednesday 16 to Sunday 20 March - Premier League and FA Cup.