It's a massive match this Saturday as leaders Chelsea host third-placed Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.
Antonio Conte's men have enjoyed a strong campaign so far while Pep Guardiola's men are just one point behind following a run of seven wins in a row. Liverpool, who travel to Bournemouth on Sunday, will be paying close attention to events at the Bridge as they could capitalise on any slip ups from either side.
Manchester United travel to Everton in desperate need of a victory having...
An 11th point of the season was welcomed by Hull City after they again had to come from behind to avoid defeat on home soil. Michael Dawson's close-range finish cancelled out Gareth McAuley's first-half header and brought reward for stark improvements after the interval. Mike Phelan's side were utterly devoid of attacking threat in the first period but the introduction of Adama Diomande changed the flow of the game. A point apiece was just about right.
Leaders Chelsea host Tottenham on Saturday evening, with Spurs looking to end their long wait for a victory at Stamford Bridge.
Tottenham have never won at Chelsea in the Premier League, and a 2-2 draw there last season handed the title to Leicester. Mauricio Pochettino's men are the only unbeaten team remaining in the league, but if they do slip up in west London, the chasing pack will be ready to pounce.
Liverpool, knocked off the top spot by the Blues last weekend, have a favourable home...
Two home games in the space of four days promise to shape the mood that Hull City carry with them into the final month of 2016. First up is a Premier League clash with West Bromwich Albion and then an EFL Cup quarterfinal against Newcastle United.
Both fixtures have the potential to breathe life into an ailing campaign at the KCOM Stadium. Three points against the Baggies would lift Mike Phelan's side out of the relegation zone for the first time in over a month. Beating Newcastle, meanwhile, would...
Hull City have served up worse performances this season but there have been no results as bad as a 3-0 defeat to Sunderland.
A contest between two limited teams was decided by three moments of attacking quality and they all belonged to David Moyes' side. Mike Phelan attempted to stay positive, pointing out the long periods of control from his injury-hit team, but the head coach will fear lasting damage from such a defeat. It is now seven defeats in eight games for City.
Manchester United vs. Arsenal remains one of the great Premier League rivalries and it will be cranked up a notch this Saturday as Jose Mourinho prepares to face Arsene Wenger.
The pair have clashed, like United and Arsenal, so many times down the years and the Portuguese would love nothing more than to put a dent in the Gunners' title charge. Wenger, meanwhile, will be desperate to finally beat Mourinho in the Premier League as he has yet to take three points off his old adversary.