Old Firm Derby on Sunday
There was another big boost for Liverpool's Premier League title hopes last night as Wolves came from two goals down to defeat Manchester City at Molyneaux. City led two nil at one stage but had goalkeeper Ederson sent off.
Irish international Matt Doherty scored the winning goal for Wolves in the 89th minute.
City are now 14 points behind Liverpool.
There is another full round of games today and tomorrow.
The action starts at 12.30pm when Brighton and Bournemouth clash at the Amex Stadium.
There are three games at 3pm including Newcastle United at home to Everton, Southampton entertaining Crystal Palace and Watford hosting Aston Villa.
At half past five West Ham United have home advantage against Leicester City with Norwich hosting Spurs also at 5.30pm.
Later tonight at 7.45 it's a North West derby as Burnley host Manchester United at Turf Moor.
Tomorrow there is a big London derby as Arsenal host Chelsea at The Emirates at 2pm.
Runaway leaders Liverpool host Wolves at 4.30pm while at 6pm Manchester City are at home to Sheffield United.
In the Championship tomorrow, second placed Leeds United are at Birmingham City while the leaders West Brom host Middlesboro.
In Scotland it's one of the biggest fixtures of the season as old rivals Celtic and Rangers clash at Parkhead tomorrow afternoon with a 12.30 kick-off.