There's hardly time to draw breath from the midweek fixtures as another 10 come around this weekend. Who should you pick in your team? Find out here and then take advantage of 33/1 odds that Manchester United will beat West Brom >>
Crystal Palace v Chelsea (12:30)
Chelsea have now won 10 league matches in a row, having defeated Sunderland earlier in the week. Palace were just edged out by Manchester United but have fared well in recent matches with the Blues.
One to watch: Diego Costa (£6.7m)
The second highest-scoring player in TFF, with 106, Costa is also leading the way with 12 goals to his name this season.
Middlesbrough v Swansea (15:00)
A relegation six-pointer at the Riverside as Swansea sit just below 'Boro. Both sides suffered heavy defeats midweek so will be desperate to bounce back.
One to watch: Gylfi Sigurdsson (£4.6m)
Quite simply, Swansea's main man. He has five goals and seven key contributions so far this season.
Stoke City v Leicester City (15:00)
Leicester have been poor away from home this season but Stoke will be without one of their key players, Marko Arnautovic. The Potters drew 0-0 with Southampton here on Wednesday so the fans will demand goals.
One to watch: Xherdan Shaqiri (£4.4m)
Arguably Stoke's most creative player, the Swiss international will be hoping to add to his tally.
Sunderland v Watford (15:00)
Sunderland are still rooted to the bottom of the table so need to pick up a win if they want to avoid being there at Christmas. The Hornets lost 2-0 to Manchester City on Wednesday but still aren't too far behind the top six.
One to watch: Jermain Defoe (£5.2m)
When he scores, the Black Cats usually win. It wouldn't be a surprise to see his name on the scoresheet again.
West Ham United v Hull City (15:00)
Another relegation six pointer as Hull occupy 19th but are just four points behind the Hammers, who beat Burnley 1-0 in midweek. Back-to-back wins would be a Christmas treat for West Ham fans.
One to watch: Darren Randolph (£2.8m)
A clean sheet on Wednesday and most likely another one on Saturday too.
West Brom v Manchester United (17:30)
The Baggies can move to within one point of United with a win, but Jose Mourinho's side have hit form with back-to-back league wins. Get 33/1 with Coral that the Red Devils will pick up the points >>
One to watch: Salomon Rondon (£4.7m)
A hat-trick in midweek and full of confidence, Rondon will cause problems for the United back four.
Bournemouth v Southampton (13:30)
The south coast derby is always frantic and this one will be no different. The Cherries are bang in form having beaten champions Leicester on Tuesday night.
One to watch: Adam Smith (£2.5m)
Bournemouth's flying right-back who has been playing in midfield in recent weeks.
Manchester City v Arsenal (16:00)
The standout match of the week as third travel to fourth. Both sides desperately need a win if they want any chance of catching Chelsea.
One to watch: Alexis Sanchez (£6.0m)
The game's top point scorer cannot stop scoring at the moment.
Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley (16:00)
Spurs are flying slightly under the radar at the moment but a win at White Hart Lane could put them right back in the hunt. Burnley have only scored once away from home all season.
One to watch: Christian Eriksen (£5.2m)
Tottenham's man of the moment, Eriksen bagged a brace against Hull on Wednesday night.
Everton v Liverpool (20:00)
The Merseryside derby. Everton would love nothing more than to put a huge dent in Liverpool's title challenge.
One to watch: Adam Lallana (£4.9m)
He was sensational on Wednesday night and could prove to be the difference here too.
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