The clash between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday afternoon at Anfield is the top of the picks of Week 32 of the Premier League live on Citi 97.3 FM.
Last season, the two teams played a dramatic 2-0 draw that saw Mohammed Salah scoring a brilliant individual effort, Victor Wanyama fizzing in a rocket from distance and Harry Kane missing a penalty and scoring another in injury time.
This term, the game has a greater significance for the two sides involved and four more who are either title hunting rivals or competitors for the Champions League spots.
Who prevails? Jurgen Klopp or Mauricio Pochettino?
Before that tie, Chelsea travel to Cardiff City in a 1:05pm kick-off on Sunday.
Chelsea have experienced a turbulent season so far and the final 8 or so games of the season will have to be smooth if they will get into the top four at the end of the season. They will hope that the game at Cardiff begins a great run that places them in the top four.
After getting the main job at Man United, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s first test will be at home to Watford. After seeing what Southampton came close to doing, Solksjaer and his Red Devils will have to be very wary of what Watford could throw at them on Saturday at 3pm.
In other live games, West Ham host Everton on Saturday at 5:30pm and Manchester City travel to Fulham on Saturday at 12:30pm.
Looking at Fulham’s very porous team that has seen them create a goal difference of minus 41, Man City are expected to pick up all three teams and place pressure on Liverpool who will host Spurs.
On Monday night, Arsenal and Newcastle face off at the Emirates from 7pm. The two teams have been involved in very exciting ties over the years including a 4-4 draw in 2011 and a 7-3 result for Arsenal in 2012.
Arsenal will take confidence from their 2-0 win over Man United in the last round but they will need to be careful against a Newcastle side that beat Everton 3-2 and got a 2-2 draw at Bournemouth in their last two league matches.
On Tuesday, Wolves and Man United meet for the second time in two weeks at the Molineux in a rescheduled match.
Wolves were 2-1 winners in the FA Cup and Man United will hope for revenge but the home side have been fearless all season especially against the top 6 sides. A tough evening awaits Man United.
On Wednesday, Tottenham play at their new stadium for the first time and their opponents on that night of history is Crystal Palace.
All the action from Week 32 of the Premier League is live on Citi 97.3 FM this weekend and listeners can send in their thoughts and comments via social media with the hashtag #CitiSports and the text/ WhatsApp number: 0549 986 996.
By: Citi Sports