Tricky trips for Arsenal and Manchester City, a big day at the bottom and auditions for Euro 2024

If Arsenal miss out on the title, one of the games they will look back on will be the 2-1 defeat to Fulham on New Year’s Eve, the last time they were beaten away from home in the league. However, Fulham have a chance to do Arsenal a favour this weekend. Marco Silva’s team host Manchester City in the lunchtime kick-off on Saturday and should not be written off. Fulham are awkward, creative and combative at home. Plenty of reason for Arsenal to be optimistic. Until Erling Haaland completes a first-half hat-trick, that is. Jacob Steinberg

Fulham v Manchester City, Saturday 12.30pm (all times BST)

Bournemouth v Brentford, Saturday 3pm

Everton v Sheffield United, Saturday 3pm

Newcastle v Brighton, Saturday 3pm

Tottenham v Burnley, Saturday 3pm

West Ham v Luton Town, Saturday 3pm

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