There are four Premier League fixtures on Sunday and Liverpool’s trip to West Brom at 16:30 looks to be the highlight.
Liverpool sit fifth in the table but know a perfect run in their final three games will be enough to secure a top-four finish as Leicester City and Chelsea – who sit third and fourth respectively – meet on Tuesday.
The Reds are 2/9 to get the three points they desperately need, but they are unlikely to get an easy ride against Albion, with the Baggies playing for pride after their relegation was confirmed after a 3-1 defeat to Arsenal last time out.
Manager Sam Allardyce will want to see some kind of response from his players and their home form has been fairly strong of late, with just one defeat in their last seven games at The Hawthorns.
The opening game of the day comes from Selhurst Park as Crystal Palace entertain Aston Villa.
Both sides are heading towards mid-table finishes, although a top-10 spot is still on the cards for Villa and that could offer some extra encouragement.
Palace have lost four of their last five games, with their one win during that time coming against bottom club Sheffield United, while Villa welcomed back Jack Grealish from injury last time out and he should be involved again.
Tottenham entertain Wolves at 14:05 and Spurs will be looking for all three points as they push for European qualification, with sixth-placed West Ham dropping points against Brighton on Saturday evening.
Spurs have been strong at home under interim boss Ryan Mason with two wins in as many attempts.
Going back further, Tottenham have seven wins in their last eight home games, but Wolves can be tough opponents on their travels and have just two defeats in their last 10 away games.
The final fixture of the day comes from Goodison Park as Everton take on Sheffield United.
The hosts are still pushing for European qualification even if a Champions League spot is now out of reach, and will be looking to inflict a 29th Premier League defeat of the season on the Blades.