Spurs vs. Brentford (Thursday, 7.30pm)
Having been granted an extra weekend's worth of preparation courtesy of Storm Arwen, Tottenham Hotspur prepare to welcome Brentford to North London on Thursday in the Premier League.
Antonio Conte's side saw their game with Burnley postponed over the weekend, while the Bees saw off the threat of Everton 1-0.
We say: Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Brentford
Spurs' first XI will certainly benefit from the enforced rest granted to them ahead of this contest, and the home crowd will be demanding an immediate response to their Slovenia humiliation.
Brentford boss Frank has some more injury concerns to deal with, and his side are not exactly experts in keeping the back door shut away from home, so we expect the Lilywhites to prevail in a tightly-fought battle.
Man Utd vs. Arsenal (Thursday, 8.15pm)
The Red Devils took a point from their meeting with league leaders Chelsea last time out, while the Gunners saw off Newcastle United 2-0.
We say: Manchester United 1-1 Arsenal
It is difficult to know exactly what to expect from this Man United side as the club works to sort out Rangnick's visa, but if the hosts want to impress the much-admired German, a greater urgency to press higher up the field should be on the menu.
Arsenal's alarming lack of goals away from home will not be helped by Saka's expected absence and Aubameyang's misfiring tendencies, but they have been a bogey team for United in recent years and can harbour hopes of all three points here, although they may have to settle for just one.