After a two-week break, occasioned by the international FIFA break, where players had the opportunity to represent their national teams, the English Premier league returns this weekend.
The games start with a lunch time kickoff between Crystal Palace and Liverpool at the Selhurst park.
Manchester City hold a sixteen point advantage at the head of the league table, and would take on Everton at the Goodison park in the last game on Saturday.
Egyptian international, Mohammed Salah of Liverpool, is the current highest goal scorer in the league with 28 goals, followed by Tottenham’s Harry Kane with 24 goals and Sergio Aguero occupies third position with 21 goals.
The full fixtures are listed below:
Saturday, 31st March
Crystal Palace vs Liverpool (12:30pm)
West Brom vs Burnley FC (3:00pm)
Manchester United vs Swansea (3:00pm)
Brighton vs Leicester City (3:00pm)
Newcastle vs Huddersfield (3:00pm)
Watford vs Bournemouth (3:00pm)
West Ham vs Southampton (3:00pm)
Everton vs Manchester City (5:30pm)
Sunday, 1st April
Arsenal vs Stoke City (1:30pm)
Chelsea vs Tottenham (4:00pm)