Sunday could be a pivotal day in the pursuit of the Premier League title, with each of the top two facing tricky fixtures. First, leaders Chelsea visit Everton, after which Tottenham, four points back in second, host Arsenal. Will the race take another twist?
Chelsea earned a 4-2 home win vs. Southampton in midweek but were beaten in their last league game away from Stamford Bridge, when they fell 2-0 at the hands of former manager Jose Mourinho and Manchester United.
Tottenham, meanwhile, will be chasing a 13th straight home league win and, with victory in the last North London derby at White Hart Lane, can assure themselves of finishing above Arsenal for the first time in 22 years.