Arsenal vs. Fulham (Sunday, 1.30pm)
The Gunners have found a bit of momentum at a key point in the season, whereas Fulham have lost four league games in a row and are heading for relegation.
We say: Arsenal 2-0 Fulham
Arsenal finally appear to have hit a good patch of form thanks to back-to-back wins in all competitions, though not since the turn of the year have they won three in a row.
While Arteta will likely rotate his side on the back of Thursday's trip to Prague, the Gunners should have more than enough quality to condemn Fulham to a fifth straight loss.
Man Utd vs. Burnley (Sunday, 4.00pm)
The Red Devils are 14 places and 30 points better off than their visitors in the Premier League table, but have found the Clarets an unlikely bogey team on home turf in recent years.
We say: Manchester United 1-0 Burnley
Burnley's record at Old Trafford in recent years should not be ignored and they will go into this game more confident of getting something from the game than they might be under normal circumstances.
However, it is difficult to look past a Man United team in good form and with Champions League football next season within their grasp.
It may not be a classic, but we expect the home side to come away with another big three points.