Super Sunday and MNF host Ed Chamberlin focuses on Arsenal's trip to Manchester United this weekend.
Just the three live games on the 'Super Sunday hat-trick' this weekend. I'll be based at Old Trafford alongside Jamie's Carragher and Redknapp and we kick off early at 11.30 on Sky Sports 1 with Tottenham against Newcastle.
Spurs are looking to get back to winning ways after the goalless draw at Everton. Goals remain the problem for Andre Villas-Boas' side as the blank at Goodison means they have still scored only nine League goals all season. They are ahead of Manchester City in the Premier League table despite scoring 19 goals less.
The upside is that Tottenham have not conceded in their last three Premier League games (4 hours, 41 mins) since the 3-0 defeat against West Ham. They have only conceded only five goals in total this season and only Southampton (four) have a better defensive record.
This is Tottenham's best ever defensive record after 10 games of a Premier League season.
Spurs have now kept seven clean sheets this season. They are only the 8th team in PL history to keep seven or more clean sheets in their opening 10 games of a season. That's a good omen as five of the seven teams to have done so previously in have gone on to finish in the top three.
Newcastle's issue has been inconsistency. They have gone from the woeful displays against City and in the first half at Everton to the brilliance they produced to beat Chelsea last weekend.
It's anyone's guess which Newcastle will turn up at White Hart Lane. They are capable of beating anyone if they are in the mood. Skybet rate Alan Pardew's side as a 5/1 chance to take the points (Tottenham 1/2).
As if Sunderland didn't have enough problems right now they face a Manchester City team who scored seven against Norwich last weekend and five in a single Champions League match for the first time in their history this week.
Sergio Aguero is in sensational form and alongside Alvaro Negredo they now scored a combined 15 goals in the six games they have started together. The only question Mark against City is their away form this season.
The game of the weekend is undoubtedly at Old Trafford.
The looks like the litmus test for both sides. Arsenal are top but have yet to meet any of last season's fellow top four teams in the Premier League this season, having failed to win any of the six games against them last season (L4 D2).
Arsenal have also lost more Premier League games at Old Trafford than at any other ground. They have won one of last 11 League visits to Old Trafford (L8 D2) scoring six and conceding 21 in that time.
Sunday will also tell is where we stand with David Moyes's Manchester United. There have been signs of them finding their usual rhythm but we'll find out a lot more on Sunday.
Arsenal go into the weekend's fixtures with a five point lead at the top of the table and they lead today's opponents Man Utd by eight points - it's their biggest lead at the top of the Premier League table since February 11th 2008.
Arsenal have had superb week with wins over Liverpool in the. League and Borussia Dortmund in the Champions. The kind of big games they've struggled to beat in previous seasons. The win in Dortmund was particularly impressive.
Arsenal became the first English club to win away at Dortmund since Manchester United in the Fairs Cup in November 1964. A famous win. A win characterised by good defending, character, control and organisation. All attributes critics have accused them of lacking in the past few seasons. Win at Old Trafford on Sunday and the doubters will be well and truly silenced.