On Sunday two massive games take place in the Premier League as Everton host Manchester United and Arsenal welcome London rivals Chelsea to the Emirates Stadium.
The video above takes a closer look at those two matches, while below are a few things you should know about both fixtures.
Everton vs. Manchester United – 8:30 a.m. ET on NBCSN
The Toffees are five games unbeaten but high-flying Man United are coming to Goodison. Louis van Gaal’s side will welcome back plenty of players from injury and although they lost to Chelsea last-time out to halt a six-game wining spree, the Red Devils are red hot favorites to beat Tim Howard’s Everton. In this game last year Everton won 2-0 and it turned out to be David Moyes’ last game in charge before he was fired. What a difference 12 months makes as United are now on the verge of sealing a top four place.
Arsenal vs. Chelsea – 11 a.m. ET on NBCSN
It’s the big one in north London: Arsenal vs. Chelsea. Jose Mourinho has never lost to Arsene Wenger in 12 Premier League meetings and if Chelsea beat the Gunners on Sunday and Leicester City on Wednesday then they will be crowned Premier League champions before May. Arsenal are the PL’s form team and have won eight on the spin. Wenger’s side are now balanced with Francis Coquelin doing the dirty work in midfield to release the mercurial talents of Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Santi Cazorla. Chelsea will likely sit back, defend and hit Arsenal on the counter but the Gunners will fancy their chances of grabbing a win and setting down a marker for next season to prove they can challenge for the PL title.