It's bound to be a biggie when six of last season's top nine face each other. Can Spurs offer title credentials?
What can we expect at the start of new eras for United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Villa? No new start for Pogba, though...
Is there one final sting in the Premier League tail? And can Mason Greenwood inject some Man United excitement?
Son gives Spurs a chance against Ajax, and can Arsenal and Chelsea ensure they meet in the Europa final?
Will there be a Champions League hangover for Liverpool? And is it time Sergio Romero was parachuted in?
Liverpool have never lost in the Nou Camp. Oh and English clubs are making history...not that you would know it.
Man United and Chelsea are still bang in top-four contention despite recent shambling.
Man City and Spurs? Again? Football, you really are spoiling us. Plus an 'interesting' stat.
Midweeks don't really get much bigger than this. Don't make plans for Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday...
Liverpool will not slip at home to Chelsea in April as they chase the title. And Granit Xhaka has some balls to show.
You think this weekend is a damp squib? Shame on you for this is the time for Phil Foden and Watford v Wolves...
Everything combines to make Wolves v Man United sexy, while Maurizio Sarri has some making up to do...
A big game that looks almost certain to deliver, and a chance for more Sterling carnage.
England entered their last qualification campaign with Allardyce in charge. And Auba and Messi are returning heroes.
Liverpool play before Man City for the first time since January 19, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer flies the FA Cup flag.
Arsenal do not particularly feel so close to Man Unitd right now. And Mo Salah really needs a goal.
Arsenal might not have to mind that gap for too much longer. Liverpool could relish theirs. Chris Hughton won't.
Midweek football, you really are spoiling us. With your derby and your Man Utd youngsters...
A bumper Big Weekend is bloody excited for two huge games, as well as Ozil, Spurs and Siewert.
It's a tough sell this weekend, but Chelsea v Man Utd should be worth waiting for. And Pep at Rodney Parade...
City v Arsenal looks tasty, and who can take their eyes off Fernando Llorente?
Arsenal v Man United helps kick off a weekend where we could see Gonzalo Higuain and bees. Loads of bees.
Solskjaer and Pochettino meet for a second time in the Premier League. Ozil, Ranieri and Liverpool all need results.
Okay, it doesn't feel like a vintage third-round weekend. But it could be the biggest game of Alexis Sanchez's season...
Can Liverpool right one of their few wrongs against Arsenal? Will Lukaku or Sanchez take their second chance?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gets to be Manchester United manager for a bit. That's nice, isn't it?
Liverpool v Man United seems like a home banker, but Mourinho always has a trick up his sleeve.
A biggie from Birmingham to Buenos Aires (sort of) via Bournemouth and the Bridge...
Both the north London and Merseyside derbies are intriguing as all heck. As is N'Golo Kante's current predicament.
The PL is back on the doorstep but instead of flowers and chocolates, it's brought Spurs v Chelsea...
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