Wolves vs. Brighton (Sunday, 12.00pm)
However, Brighton, who have all but avoided relegation with four games to spare, make the trip to Molineux sitting just five points adrift of their hosts.
We say: Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-1 Brighton & Hove Albion
With both teams producing improved performances in their last fixtures, this has the potential to be an entertaining encounter. However, goals have been an issue all season, and we would not be surprised to see this contest end in a low-scoring draw.
Aston Villa vs. Man Utd (Sunday, 2.05pm)
Fresh from booking their place in the final of the Europa League, Manchester United begin a hectic schedule of three Premier League games in the space of just five days when they face Aston Villa on Sunday.
Victory would effectively secure a top-four spot for the Red Devils, while Aston Villa are looking for back-to-back top-flight wins for the first time this calendar year.
We say: Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester United
Historically, a Man United win away to Aston Villa is one of the safest predictions in football, and we expect that to be the case once again on Sunday.
Villa's clean sheet record is good this season, but they are also on the longest current run without one in the Premier League, conceding in each of their last seven games.
The hosts will no doubt be hoping to benefit from Man United's rotation, but the visitors could still field some big hitters for this one and we expect to see a familiar story - Man United falling behind away from home, only to come back and win.
West Ham vs. Everton (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Everton's own top-four aspirations appeared to come to a crashing end after the home defeat to Aston Villa last weekend, but Carlo Ancelotti will still be aiming to compete in Europe next season.
We say: West Ham United 1-1 Everton
Everton are considerably stronger on the road and could prove tough to beat on Sunday, with West Ham potentially being overpowered in midfield should Rice be unable to start as expected.
However, the Hammers are creating more clear-cut chances than most sides in the division and are a completely different beast with Antonio in attack, so it would be little surprise to see their march for a top four spot continue.
Arsenal vs. West Brom (Sunday, 7.00pm)
The Gunners have lost seven home games in the top-flight this campaign, four more than last season, and are also winless in their last six at the Emirates Stadium in all competitions.
Meanwhile, the Baggies have claimed just two wins on the road this term, although one of these was an impressive 5-2 victory away at Chelsea in April.
We say: Arsenal 2-1 West Bromwich Albion
Arteta will look to galvanise his troops and bounce back from their Europa League exit with a victory on Sunday to keep Arsenal's slim hopes of European qualification alive.
West Brom will be forced to push forward as they look to delay their impending relegation from the top-flight with a win, but we feel that could expose the Baggies defensively, allowing the Gunners to break them down and secure all three points at the Emirates.