There is a rare batch of midweek Premier League games to enjoy across the next two days, as Liverpool aim to continue their superb form.
The Reds have been afforded an 11-day break between fixtures, heading off to Dubai for a training camp last week.
Elsewhere, there are nine other fixtures to look forward to, some of which affect Liverpool far more than others.
Here’s a look at what is on offer.
Arsenal vs. Cardiff – Tuesday, 7:45pm
Arsenal continue to be a strange side this season, seemingly going backwards under Unai Emery as the campaign has progressed.
While Neil Warnock’s side are a spirited bunch, the Gunners couldn’t have asked for a much kinder fixture, in terms of producing a response.
They remain strong at the Emirates, despite the United loss, and they will have too much attacking firepower for their relegation-threatened opponents.
Prediction: Arsenal 2-0 Cardiff
Fulham vs. Brighton – Tuesday, 7:45pm
Fulham sit 19th in the Premier League and are in danger of going straight back down to the Championship—wins are becoming ever-more vital at this point.
They host Brighton on Tuesday, the type of fixture they simply must get three points from if they are to avoid the drop.
The Seagulls have become a savvy top-flight outfit, however, and it is easy to envisage them walking away from Craven Cottage with a win.
Should that happen, it will be another sizeable nail in Fulham’s coffin.
Prediction: Fulham 1-2 Brighton
Huddersfield vs. Everton – Tuesday, 7:45pm
Huddersfield’s fate is surely already sealed, with 10 points now separating them and 17th-placed Newcastle, as well as an inferior goal difference.
Saturday’s FA Cup defeat at the hands of Millwall was an appalling result and Marco Silva now finds himself under genuine pressure.
Defeat against the worst team in the Premier League would surely see that crank up even more, but they should be too strong.
Prediction: Huddersfield 0-2 Everton
Wolves vs. West Ham – Tuesday, 7:45pm
As the season progresses, the more we will see mid-table clashes with not too much riding on them.
Wolves are a tough proposition at home, making them undoubted favourites, but Manuel Pellegrini will expect a response after the Hammers’ embarrassing 4-2 defeat to AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
The contest will ebb and flow, but the hosts will come out on top.
Man United vs. Burnley – Tuesday, 8pm
Credit where it’s due, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is doing an excellent job at Man United, winning all eight of his matches in charge to-date.
The Norwegian has breathed new life into his team’s season and they are now eyeing up a top-four finish that looked improbable about six weeks ago.
It should be three more points to the tally this week, as a fairly lifeless Burnley side head to Old Trafford.
This would have been a potential draw when Jose Mourinho was at the helm, but things have changed, sadly.
Newcastle vs. Man City – Tuesday, 8pm – BT Sport 1
Rafa Benitez remains a hugely popular figure on Merseyside—and his popularity could rise further come 10pm on Tuesday night.
In truth, City are likely to be far too good for Benitez’s strugglers, but he knows how to set a team up to frustrate the opposition.
Bournemouth vs. Chelsea – Wednesday, 7:45pm
Dean Court is rarely an easy place to go, however, and Eddie Howe’s men will fancy their chances of getting something from the game.
Southampton vs. Crystal Palace – Wednesday, 7:45pm
Crystal Palace showed at Anfield what a dangerous team they can be, making their current position of 14th even more unfathomable.
Admittedly, they seem to raise their game against better sides, but the quality they have means they should be a top-half outfit.
The Eagles are away to Southampton on Wednesday, with the pair level on points and looking to pull clear from the relegation fight.
Palace are superior and should come out on top, but Saints have improved under Ralph Hasenhuttl.
Tottenham vs. Watford – Wednesday, 8pm
They must beat Watford to harbour any hopes of staying in the title race, but they will also be looking over their shoulder at those below them.
A victory would steady the ship greatly, but Watford can cause the top teams problems, as shown by their 2-1 win over Spurs earlier in the campaign.