Another Premier League weekend is almost upon us, as the pressure in the title race begins to go up a notch.
The Reds have looked to be feeling the heat in recent weeks, so returning to winning ways at the London Stadium is vital.
There are nine more games before Liverpool head to the capital – here’s a look at the upcoming action.
Tottenham vs. Newcastle – Saturday, 12:30pm – Sky Sports Main Event
Just as Tottenham‘s season looked to be falling apart, they went and found an unlikely hero in Fernando Llorente.
It is likely to give Mauricio Pochettino’s side a huge boost and it is difficult to see Newcastle getting anything at Wembley on Saturday lunchtime.
Then again, Rafa Benitez masterminded a memorable win over City in midweek, once again proving that anything is possible in the Premier League.
Prediction: Tottenham 2-0 Newcastle
Brighton vs. Watford – Saturday, 3pm
Two sides for whom relegation isn’t an issue and a mid-table finish looks likely: this doesn’t look like one to keep an eye on.
The Seagulls are a strong home team which gives them a clear edge, but they only have one victory to their name in 2019 so far.
Chris Hughton’s side will edge it and the fixture will swiftly be forgotten about.
Burnley vs. Southampton – Saturday, 3pm
Both have the luxury of being four points clear of Cardiff, but they will know that defeat on Saturday could spell real danger.
They are likely to take that confidence and home advantage with them into the meeting with Saints, although Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men remain undefeated this year.
Chelsea vs. Huddersfield – Saturday, 3pm
What on earth is going on at Chelsea?
The Blues may have won in both domestic cup competitions last week, but that only masked their current issues under Maurizio Sarri, as they slumped to a 4-0 defeat at Bournemouth on Wednesday.
Failure to beat a Huddersfield team surely on their way back to the Championship would be disastrous – they will get the job done.
Prediction: Chelsea 3-0 Huddersfield
Crystal Palace vs. Fulham – Saturday, 3pm
Fulham’s stunning aforementioned win over Brighton has given them fresh hope of survival, but they do remain six points off safety.
Claudio Ranieri takes his side the short distance to Crystal Palace on Saturday, knowing victory would make things very interesting.
Palace may have impressed at Anfield last month, but they are far weaker against lesser teams and are not yet clear of relegation.
The hosts should be too strong for their opponents, however.
Prediction: Crystal Palace 2-0 Fulham
Everton vs. Wolves – Saturday, 3pm
Everton returned to winning ways after a poor run of form, edging out Huddersfield 1-0 and giving Marco Silva some breathing space.
They still look an unconvincing outfit, though, and Wolves will believe they can get all three points at Goodison Park.
Last season’s Championship winners have impressed on their return to the top flight and they arguably look favourites to finish seventh, currently adopting that position.
A share of the spoils sounds about right.
Cardiff vs. Bournemouth – Saturday, 5:30pm – BT Sport 1
What a fantastic job Eddie Howe continues to do at Bournemouth.
They head to Cardiff for a potentially tricky clash, however, with Neil Warnock’s men battling for their lives in 18th-place.
The main issue could be how much Wednesday’s famous victory has taken out of Bournemouth, with Cardiff looking to take advantage of it.
Prediction: Cardiff 2-1 Bournemouth
Leicester vs. Man United – Sunday, 2:05pm – Sky Sports Main Event
They host Man United on Sunday afternoon, in what promises to be one of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s biggest tests yet.
The first cracks appeared in the 2-2 draw at home to Burnley and they will have to up their performance level at the King Power Stadium.
Both teams will feel they can earn all three points – one apiece is more likely.
Man City vs. Arsenal – Sunday, 4:30pm – Sky Sports Main Event
It’s a big game to finish off Sunday’s action, as City host Arsenal in a test of the faltering champions’ credentials.
The defeat to Newcastle was a genuine shock, especially the limp manner in which Pep Guardiola’s side performed at St James’ Park.
The clash with the Gunners feels huge in the title race, with a resounding win likely to give City new momentum but dropped points again playing into Liverpool‘s hands.
Unfortunately, while Arsenal‘s attacking play can be devastating, their injury-hit defence could be torn apart by the hosts.