Pep Guardiola's win at Goodison Park means that his side have soared to the top of the league through superior goal difference over second-placed Liverpool. The Reds, however, do have a game in hand and will be desperate to bounce back following consecutive draws against Leicester and the Hammers when they host Bournemouth on Saturday.
Manchester United will kick off the weekend fixtures when they travel to Fulham on Saturday afternoon, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still on an impressive unbeaten run in all competitions since taking over in December.
Arsenal look to continue their pursuit of a top-four spot when they make the trip to Huddersfield. The biggest clash of the weekend, though, is Manchester City's meeting with Chelsea at the Etihad. Maurizio Sarri will be keen for a repeat of their meeting earlier in the season when his Blues side inflicted Man City's first league defeat of the season in a 2-0 victory at Stamford Bridge.
|Match||Date||Kick-off time (GMT / ET)||UK TV / live stream||US TV/ live stream|
|Fulham vs Manchester United||Saturday February 9||12:30pm / 7:30am||Sky Sports / Sky GO||NBCSN / Fubo|
|Crystal Palace vs West Ham||Saturday February 9||3pm / 10am||N/A||N/A|
|Huddersfield vs Arsenal||Saturday February 9||3pm / 10am||N/A||N/A|
|Liverpool vs Bournemouth||Saturday February 9||3pm / 10am||N/A||NBCSN / Fubo|
|Southampton vs Cardiff||Saturday February 9||3pm / 10am||N/A||N/A|
|Watford vs Everton||Saturday February 9||3pm / 10am||N/A||N/A|
|Brighton vs Burnley||Saturday February 9||5:30pm / 12:30pm||BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Live||Fubo|
|Tottenham vs Leicester||Sunday February 10||1:30pm / 8:30am||Sky Sports / Sky GO||NBCSN / Fubo|
|Manchester City vs Chelsea||Sunday February 10||8pm / 3pm||Sky Sports / Sky GO||NBCSN / Fubo|
|Wolves vs Newcastle||Monday February 11||8pm / 3pm||Sky Sports / Sky GO||NBCSN / Fubo|