Three days after losing at Anfield to rival Liverpool, fifth-place Manchester United (9-7-7; 34 points) can gain ground in the race for UEFA Champions League qualification Wednesday at Old Trafford.
United can move three points back of fourth in the Premier League if they beat Burnley (8-3-12; 27 points) at the Theatre of Dreams, thanks to Chelsea's draw with Arsenal on Monday. The Clarets will test the Red Devils, though, as Burnley are coming off of a 2-1 comeback win over Leicester City.
Manchester United will again be without injured forward Marcus Rashford, who has a stress fracture in his back. Rashford's injury leaves United dangerously thin up front, yet Burnely resorted to a patchwork attacking group against Leicester in the absence of Ashley Barnes (hernia) and Johann Berg Gudmundsson (thigh). In other words, don't be surprised if both sides struggle for goals Tuesday.
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Here's how to watch Wednesday's Manchester United-Burnley match online and on TV.
When: Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 3:15 p.m. ET/12:15 p.m. PT
Online: NBC Sports
Liverpool (25-1-0; 76 points) are really good. West Ham United (6-6-14; 24 points) are not.
More goals (61) of goal-difference separate these teams in the table than points (52) entering Monday's match at Anfield. The 18th-place Hammers are just trying to avoid relegation, while the first-place Reds are marching unopposed to history.
Can an old foe have a say Monday? Former Everton manager David Moyes plies his trade at West Ham now, and he has earned a result in 14 of the 32 matches he has managed against Liverpool. He'd endear himself to the blue part of Merseyside if he can spoil Liverpool's perfect season and kick-start West Ham's relegation fight in the process.
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Here's how to watch Monday's Liverpool-West Ham match live online and on TV.
When: Monday, Feb. 24 at 3:00 p.m. ET/12:00 p.m. PT
Live stream: NBC Sports
If Arsenal (7-13-6; 34 points) or Everton (10-6-10; 36 points) are going to take advantage of Manchester City's looming UEFA Champions League ban, they'll have to start Sunday.
The Gunners and Toffees square off at the Emirates then, and new managers Mikel Arteta and Carlo Ancelotti are unbeaten in their last five matches. They're six and four points back, respectively, of fifth-place Tottenham Hotspur thanks to Spurs' loss to Chelsea on Saturday, and the 11 remaining matches after Sunday represent more than enough time to make up that ground.
Fifth place, should City remain banned, will be enough to qualify for Europe's top competition next season. Sunday's game in North London could be a defining result in that race.
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Here's how to watch Sunday's Arsenal-Everton match online and on TV.
When: Sunday, Feb. 23 at 11:30 a.m. ET/8:30 a.m. PT
Live Stream: NBC Sports