Chelsea vs. West Brom (Saturday, 12.30pm)
The Blues entered the international break off the back of a 2-0 win over Sheffield United in the FA Cup, while West Brom, who remain rooted inside the relegation zone, suffered a 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace in the league last time out.
We say: Chelsea 2-0 West Bromwich Albion
West Brom have not conceded more than once in a league match since the start of February, and we are not expecting a heavy home victory on Saturday. The Blues should have more than enough to pick up all three points, though, with Tuchel looking for his side to cement their spot in the top four.
Leeds vs. Sheff Utd (Saturday, 3.00pm)
We say: Leeds United 2-0 Sheffield United
Sheffield United have won their last two away league games against Leeds and are seeking a third in a row in this fixture for the first time ever.
The Blades are now effectively playing for pride alone, though, whereas Leeds have a tangible target to aim for - finishing in the top half.
Given Leeds' strong defensive record at home of late, combined with the visitors' terrible scoring return, we are backing a routine victory for the Whites on Saturday.
Leicester vs. Man City (Saturday, 5.30pm)
First takes on third in the Premier League on Saturday evening as leaders Manchester City make the trip to fellow in-form side Leicester City.
Man City have won four in a row in all competitions and remain on course for a quadruple, while Leicester have won three on the spin and are also battling on multiple fronts.
We say: Leicester City 1-2 Manchester City
Leicester won September's reverse fixture 5-2 and are seeking a league double in this fixture for the first time since 1986-87.
Man City have improved massively since then, though, losing just two of their 43 games since, and we can see them resuming their campaign with three more points on Saturday.
Arsenal vs. Liverpool (Saturday, 8.00pm)
Two places and four points separate the two faltering sides in the table as things stand, with Liverpool currently occupying seventh spot while the Gunners languish in ninth ahead of their 30th league match of the campaign.
We say: Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool
Arsenal need no lessons in turning up the heat when it matters most, but another disastrous opening 30 minutes this weekend would have fatal consequences against Klopp's attacking powers. Neither side embodies consistency and are far from where they would like to be in the table, so there is no reason for Arteta or Klopp to opt for a conservative style in what is certainly a winnable tie for both teams.
Losing Saka and Smith Rowe would be a significant blow to Arsenal, but Liverpool's injury woes are almost unparalleled despite the return of Firmino. Both teams are also likely to have one eye on their upcoming European battles, although this should be a fascinating showdown nonetheless, and we ultimately expect a share of the spoils at the Emirates.