The relegation fight is heating up, with all of the bottom four clubs picking up points in their latest outing and two matches featuring the bottom five within a three-day period.
While Burnley remain at the foot of the table, they have at least one match in hand on every bottom-half team.
With just seven points separating the bottom five clubs, the duels between them will continue to be pivotal.
Having spent much of the season at the foot of the table, Norwich City have won their last two matches to jump out of the bottom three.
Watford will hope for a new-manager bounce following the arrival of Roy Hodgson, with the 74-year-old attempting to maintain his record of never being relegated from the Premier League.
In his previous job at Crystal Palace, Hodgson took over a side who had lost their opening seven Premier League matches of 2017/18, but he led the Eagles to safety, finishing with a six-match unbeaten run.
Like Watford, Everton are also hoping a new manager can bring a change of fortunes as Frank Lampard starts his reign with a trip to Newcastle, one of the four sides below his team.
Lampard will aim to match the impact of his opposite number, Eddie Howe, who was appointed midway through the season and has built up a head of steam with Newcastle, overseeing back-to-back draws with Manchester United and Watford and before a 1-0 victory at Leeds United last time out.