Super Sunday lives up to its name this week with two cracking games on offer in the Premier League.
The opening game sees Manchester United travel to Leicester knowing a win takes them back into fifth, and back to within two points of Chelsea.
The game of the weekend comes in the late kick-off with Manchester City hosting, looking to move back into second, hosting Arsenal.
See below for a preview on the games, including predictions from former England, Crystal Palace and Tottenham midfielder Andy Gray and our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey and bet365’s Steve Freeth.
Leicester City 14:05 Manchester United
King Power Stadium
TEAM NEWS: Daniel Amartey is the only player missing for Leicester – who could hand a debut to new loan signing Youri Tielemas.
Manchester United have doubts over Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial – but they hope the French pair will be ok to feature whilst Chris Smalling is also fit. Marcos Rojo remains sidelined.
KEY FACT: Leicester have won just one of their last 21 league and cup games against United
MATCH ODDS: Leicester 11/4 Draw 13/5 Man Utd 11/10
bet365 Pick: Man Utd to win @11/10
ANDY SAYS: I have a feeling that this will be a good game, and I see goals…2-2
GRAEME SAYS: Tough call for sure, but I think United could sneak it…1-2
Football Index – One to follow: Marcus Rashford – a huge talent should be invested in
Manchester City 16:30 Arsenal
TEAM NEWS: Benjamin Mendy remains a doubt for City, but could feature. Captain Vincent Kompany is sidelined.
New loan signing Denis Suarez could feature for Arsenal who hope to include Laurent Koscielny, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Henrikh Mkhitaryan but they will be without Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Rob Holding, Hector Bellerin and Danny Welbeck.
KEY FACT: Arsenal have lost the last four meetings in all competitions against City
MATCH ODDS: Man 3/10 11/2 17/2
bet365 Pick: Man City to win & Both Teams To Score @13/10
ANDY SAYS: Comfortable Man City win coming up…3-1
GRAEME SAYS: I do wonder if Arsenal can claim something here…1-1
Football Index – One to follow: Kevin De Bruyne – not many better and needs investing in