Tottenham Hotspur will make history if they end their 128-year stay at White Hart Lane with victory over Manchester United on Sunday.
Spurs need to avoid defeat to go unbeaten at home in a Premier League season for the first time, and if they defeat Jose Mourinho's side they will match their club record of 14 consecutive victories at their home ground.
Gylfi Sigurdsson aims to set a Swansea City record, Chelsea can claim their fifth Premier League title and Liverpool could be unbeaten in London for the first time in a PL season. For more stats, see below. Friday 12 May Everton v Watford If Everton win they will have gained more points at home in 2016/17 (43) than in any previous PL campaign West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea Chelsea will claim their fifth Premier League title if they win this fixture. Only Manchester United (13) have won more Saturday 13 May Manchester City v Leicester City Leicester are aiming to win three successive league matches against Man City for the first time since March 1967 AFC Bournemouth v Burnley The Clarets are aiming to win successive PL away matches for only the second time Middlesbrough v Southampton Winning 1-0 in the reverse fixture, Southampton are looking to do a top-flight double over their opponents for the first time since 1996/97 Sunderland v Swansea City If Gylfi Sigurdsson scores he will become the first Swansea player to reach double figures for both goals (nine) and assists (12) in a PL season Stoke City v Arsenal Peter Crouch has scored eight Premier League goals against Arsenal, his joint-highest total against one team Sunday 14 May Crystal Palace v Hull City Palace have lost all three of their previous home matches this term against opposition who started the day in the relegation zone West Ham United v Liverpool If they avoid defeat Liverpool will go unbeaten in London in a Premier League season for the first time (currently W3 D1) Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United In their final match at White Hart Lane, Spurs can go unbeaten in a league season for the first time since 1964/65 and match their club record run of 14 straight home wins set in 1987