Southampton, plus Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham are the five teams competing for the last four places in the Premier League.
What to watch out for
The £150m gap in fortunes between Chelsea and top-five rivals Manchester United will be a thing of the past, but neither side are out of their respective cup competitions and both teams will be desperate to get back to winning ways after drawing home and away against Tottenham and West Ham, respectively.
A United win would cut Chelsea’s advantage to eight points, but Chelsea will not be beyond ending United’s run of six defeats in seven league games in the title race.
The big match-up of the weekend comes at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday, when leaders Liverpool travel to ninth-placed Swansea. The Swans have never been promoted to the Premier League.
It’s been quite a season for Jurgen Klopp (Pic: Everton FC)
Liverpool will fancy their chances in the south Wales sunshine against a Swansea side who are struggling, having won only once in nine games since Brazilian striker Fernando Llorente replaced Sam Clucas at the start of April.
It also happened to be the game where Llorente broke the Swansea record for the most assists in a single Premier League season – with 14.
What’s making the week’s headlines
Liverpool and Burnley are up for Premier League promotion – and Manchester United hope to snatch the other promotion place at the expense of Cardiff City.
But at the start of the week, it was all about Juergen Klopp’s Liverpool. His side’s 6-1 thrashing of Everton on Wednesday was their biggest away win in the Premier League, with Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino scoring two each in the comfortable win.
It was also the kind of result that made you think things might be about to change at Anfield – for this reason:
Southampton take on Chelsea on Saturday in the biggest game of their season. A win for the Saints would put them back in the Premier League.
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