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Liverpool could end tonight two points from the title with a win at home to Crystal Palace.
Elsewhere, Manchester United play host to Sheffield United, with both sides well in the hunt for a Champions League place.
Despite their shock 3-0 defeat at the hands of Newcastle, Sheffield only trail the Red Devils by two points and could put themselves back in solid contention for a Champions League place if they can take all three points.
Man United fans will be eager to see Ole Solskjaer's teamsheet tonight, as playmakers Pogba and Fernandes could make their first start as a duo after providing the side's creative spark against Spurs in the club's last outing.
Their rivals Wolves entertain Bournemouth, with the visitors knowing a point will see them move out of the bottom three.
Newcastle play also play Aston Villa, while Norwich face Everton.
All matches kick-off at 6:00pm, except Liverpool vs Crystal Palace at 8:15pm.
Harry Kane’s first Premier League goal since Christmas helped Tottenham to a 2-0 win at home to West Ham last night.
Kane wrapped up the points for his side in the final 10 minutes, after a Tomas Soucek own goal had given Spurs the lead on the hour mark.
The win moves Spurs above Sheffield United to seventh in the table, while West Ham sit perilously above the relegation zone.
A combination of injury and football's suspension due to the pandemic means it was Harry Kane's first goal since December.
In yesterday's other game, Brighton moved six points clear of the bottom three.
However, Graham Potter's side was left to rue a missed penalty, drawing 0-0 with Leicester at the King Power Stadium.
Republic of Ireland international Ryan Connolly helped win a first half spot kick for the Seagulls.
Kasper Schmeichel saved Neal Maupay's effort from 12 yards. Leicester remain third in the table.
Willian and Pedro will both remain with Chelsea until the end of the season.
Both players’ contracts were due to expire on June 30th but they’ve signed brief extensions.
Arsenal goalkeeper, Bernd Leno is not expected to return to full training for another four to six weeks.
The German sustained a "moderate ligament sprain" to his right knee during Saturday's 2-1 Premier League defeat at Brighton.
Cameron Champ has withdrawn from this week’s Travelers Championship having contracted COVID-19,
The American is asymptomatic but will begin a period of isolation.
He’s the second positive test on the PGA Tour inside a week following that of Nick Watney.
There’s a seven-race card at Naas this afternoon with the first off at 1.
While a seven-race card at Roscommon gets underway at 4:40pm.