Crystal Palace vs. Fulham (Sunday, 12.00pm)
Meanwhile, the Eagles now sit 10 points clear of their relegation-threatened opponents, having ended a two-match losing run with victory over Brighton & Hove Albion.
We say: Crystal Palace 1-1 Fulham
Having moved to within touching distance of 17th position, Parker will be aware of the significance of maximum points at Selhurst Park. However, Palace are on a high after the success at Brighton, and we anticipate a low-scoring draw being played out on Sunday afternoon.
Leicester vs. Arsenal (Sunday, 12.00pm)
We say: Leicester City 2-1 Arsenal
Arsenal will enter the match off the back of a positive result in Europe, but the same cannot be said for Leicester, who would have fancied their chances of advancing to the round of 16. Rodgers's side have been in strong form in the league, though, and we fancy them to overcome the Gunners on Sunday afternoon.
Spurs vs. Burnley (Sunday, 2.00pm)
Spurs have lost five of their last six in the league to drop down into ninth position in the table, while Burnley currently occupy 15th position, just six points clear of the relegation zone.
We say: Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Burnley
Tottenham's league form has been incredibly disappointing, and the capital side will not have had long to prepare for this game due to their involvement in the Europa League. Burnley are certainly capable of making it a tricky afternoon for Mourinho's side, but we still fancy the hosts to pick up all three points.
Chelsea vs. Man Utd (Sunday, 4.30pm)
One of the standout fixtures in the Premier League calendar will take place at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon as Chelsea welcome Manchester United.
Chelsea are currently fifth in the table, two points behind fourth-placed West Ham United on the same number of matches, while Man United are second, 10 points behind the leaders Manchester City.
We say: Chelsea 1-1 Manchester United
This is a very, very difficult match to predict for obvious reasons. Both sides will be desperate to collect all three points as they battle to finish in the top four, but we are finding it difficult to separate them. Both managers would likely accept a point if offered the chance ahead of kickoff, and we can see the pair playing out a 1-1 draw on Sunday afternoon.
Sheff Utd vs. Liverpool (Sunday, 7.15pm)
The defending champions have now lost each of their last four games in the Premier League, and have remarkably picked up fewer points this calendar year than their bottom-of-the-table hosts.
We say: Sheffield United 1-2 Liverpool
The success of 2019-20 for these two sides feels like a long time ago now, and both clubs come into this match having been decimated by injury in a key area of the field this season.
Both are in poor form and the fact that Sheffield United would sit above Liverpool in a 2021 Premier League table may give the hosts optimism that they can pile more misery on their visitors this weekend.
However, recent defeats mean that Sheffield United's focus is realistically now on Championship football next season, whereas Liverpool know that they need wins quickly to salvage their own season, and we can see the champions returning to winning ways here.