Liverpool feature in yet another early kick-off this weekend and travel to Crystal Palace knowing a win will take them to the top of the table
Aston Villa are looking to close the gap to Arsenal on Matchday 16 after stunning champions Manchester City in midweek.
Meanwhile, Tottenham host injury-hit Newcastle while Chelsea travel to Goodison Park for a mouthwatering clash on Merseyside.
Read on as we preview every Premier League match ahead of an action-packed weekend.
Liverpool feature in yet another early kick-off this weekend and travel to Crystal Palace knowing a win will take them to the top of the table — at least for a few hours.
The Reds have never lost away to the Eagles in the Premier League under Jurgen Klopp and their last defeat at Selhurst Park was in November 2014.
Roy Hodgson claimed Palace fans have been “spoilt” in recent times but no side have won fewer top-flight games (one) than the Eagles since the start of October.
Brighton’s prolific form since appointing Roberto De Zerbi has seen them continue their run in the top half, netting 98 goals in 48 matches in 2023 and failing to score just three times.
They host a Burnley side who were dragged back down to reality by Wolves in midweek and have lost 15 of their last 19 Premier League clashes.
The Seagulls are expected to stand firm against Vincent Kompany’s side at the Amex — where they have only lost once against newly-promoted sides in the last 12 outings.