Burnley vs. Newcastle (Sunday, 12.00pm)
The Clarets won 1-0 in their last home league game against the visitors, but the Magpies recorded a 3-1 victory at St James's Park in the reverse fixture earlier this campaign.
We say: Burnley 2-1 Newcastle United
No Premier League team has been in worse form than Newcastle since mid-December and with difficult fixtures on the horizon, a victory at Turf Moor would provide a huge boost in their quest to survive.
Having already beaten the Clarets earlier this season, the Magpies can take some confidence into Sunday's match.
Burnley's loss at Southampton last weekend will have frustrated Dyche, but he will be confident that his side can bounce back and display their resilience on home soil once again.
West Ham vs. Leicester (Sunday, 2.05pm)
The away team has been victorious in four of the last eight top-flight meetings between the Hammers and the Foxes, although the visiting side has not won both league encounters in the same season since the 1929-30 campaign.
We say: West Ham United 2-2 Leicester City
Goals are to be expected in Sunday's fixture as only Man City have netted in more games than both West Ham United and Leicester so far this season. In addition, each of the last five games hosted by the Hammers against the Foxes have seen both teams score.
A win for either side would be huge in their quest for the top four, but both clubs may have to settle for just a point in the capital.
Spurs vs. Man Utd (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Spurs are currently sixth in the table, three points behind fourth-placed West Ham United, while second-placed Man United are relatively secure in the Champions League spots with eight games left.
We say: Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Manchester United
This is a bigger match for Tottenham as Man United are relatively secure in the top four; Mourinho's side have also had much longer to prepare for this encounter and will be fired up, but the Red Devils are so difficult to beat on their travels, and we are predicting an entertaining draw here.
Sheff Utd vs. Arsenal (Sunday, 7.00pm)
The Gunners have gone four without a win in all competitions and need to respond here against the division's bottom side.
We say: Sheffield United 1-2 Arsenal
Arsenal are not in the best of form and this match is sandwiched by a couple of Europa League matches that will take priority for Arteta.
The Gunners also have a poor record at Bramall Lane, but this is surely the ideal fixture for them to get back to winning ways and build some momentum.
Keeping a clean sheet seems unlikely, even against the division's lowest scorers, so it could yet be a nervy evening in Yorkshire for the visitors.