Liverpool enjoyed their most important win of the campaign so far last Sunday, beating Tottenham 2-1 in the dying moments after Toby Alderweireld’s own goal.
Once Jurgen Klopp‘s side have been in action, there are three more days of fixtures to look forward, including the cup semi-finals at Wembley.
Here’s a look at the other seven matches taking place.
Bournemouth vs. Burnley – Saturday, 3pm
Bournemouth‘s season has fallen apart after such a promising first half of the campaign, winning just once since the end of January, against relegated Huddersfield.
The Cherries are performing like a team with nothing to play for, but that couldn’t be further from the case with Burnley this weekend.
Sean Dyche’s side are still far from safe, despite their vital win at home to Wolves last Saturday, sitting 17th and five points ahead of Cardiff.
The Clarets have every chance of getting a result at Dean Court, pulling further clear and preserving their top-flight status for another year.
Huddersfield vs. Leicester – Saturday, 3pm
It is now a case of playing for pride for the Terriers, who have to start planning for life in the Championship.
Their opponents this weekend, Leicester, have made a promising start under Brendan Rodgers, winning three of their first four matches.
Another victory should come the former Liverpool manager’s way on Saturday.
Prediction: Huddersfield 0-2 Leicester
Newcastle vs. Crystal Palace – Saturday, 3pm
Newcastle and Crystal Palace are still not completely safe from the drop, although it would take a capitulation from either to go down now.
The game pits two ex-Reds bosses with very different reputations on Merseyside against each other, with Liverpool fans no doubt cheering on Rafa Benitez.
Both the Spaniard and Roy Hodgson would probably take a point apiece, simply to keep ticking along, and that is how it may end up.
Prediction: Newcastle 1-1 Crystal Palace
Everton vs. Arsenal – Sunday, 2.05pm – Sky Sports
They have won 10 matches in a row at the Emirates, but Sunday is a time to show they can also perform on the road in the top-four run-in.
Everton have recovered well from their 3-2 loss at Newcastle, winning back-to-back matches, and they will give Unai Emery’s side a good game at Goodison Park.
The north Londoners should have enough to squeeze past Liverpool’s local rivals, further strengthening their Champions League qualification hopes.
Chelsea vs. West Ham – Monday, 8pm – Sky Sports
The Blues are still struggling to get going under Maurizio Sarri, even though they recorded a much-needed 3-0 win over Brighton on Wednesday night.
This is a must-win game if they want to finish in the top four, but the Hammers will make life tough for their opponents.
Sarri’s men will probably just edge it, but it is unlikely to be pretty.
Man City vs. Brighton – Saturday, 5.30pm – BBC One
The first of the two FA Cup semi-finals comes on Saturday evening, at the same time as Liverpool hosts the Grand National at Aintree.
While the world-famous horse race is often a complete lottery, Man City‘s clash with Brighton has the potential to be a one-sided affair.
Pep Guardiola’s team are still going for an unprecedented quadruple and they will not be tested by a Seagulls side lacking top quality and also having one eye on the relegation battle.
City will take another step towards immortality—it may be up to Liverpool to prevent them from winning the lot this season.
Prediction: Man City 3-0 Brighton
Watford vs. Wolves – Sunday, 4pm – BT Sport
If Saturday’s semi-final has a dull look to it, Sunday’s meeting sees two talented, evenly matched outfits do battle.
This is a huge day for fans of Watford and Wolves, who rarely experience the opportunity of reaching one of domestic football’s biggest matches.
Wolves have the edge, given their superior league position, and Wednesday’s victory over Man United will have given them an extra boost.
The Hornets will believe they can cause a minor upset but their opponents will prevail, reaching their first FA Cup final since 1960.
Prediction: Watford 1-2 Wolves