There's no more international breaks between now and the end of the season, with the Premier League hotting up at both ends of the table.
Each club in the top flight has a key issue to resolve between now and the end of the campaign -- from those fighting for a Champions League place to those battling to survive, everything will be resolved in the next few months.
Our Premier League bloggers tackle the crucial question their club must answer.
This was one of the worst Premier League games of the season, with both Sunderland and Burnley too afraid of losing to try to win the match. Chances came for either side to take what would have been an entirely undeserved victory, but the game had 0-0 written all over it from early in the first half.
Relegation appears to be a certainty for Sunderland, while the Clarets are going to play negative, ultra-cautious football until their own survival is assured.
If Burnley fail to beat Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Saturday, it will begin to feel inevitable that they are going to go the whole Premier League season without winning away from home.
While the Clarets have one of the best home records in the league, helping them to a seven-point cushion from the relegation zone, their away form remains appalling despite a notable upturn in performance levels in recent weeks and months.
Sean Dyche's side were genuinely unlucky not to get a point from...
Manchester City and Arsenal are both coming off the back of embarrassing European exits, but City's will hurt more as they were ahead against Monaco. Pep Guardiola has to rouse the troops against Liverpool, who tend to disappoint against smaller clubs but should be perfectly comfortable against the Catalan and his style of play.
Arsene Wenger is under major pressure, so has to get the fans back on his side with a big win over West Brom, while Manchester United's Europa League exploits might see...
Burnley delivered an excellent tactical display to frustrate Liverpool for long spells at Anfield on Sunday, but succumbed to a late first-half equaliser and an excellent winner from Emre Can.
Sean Dyche played his hand perfectly over the first 45 minutes, as Burnley troubled the hosts with long passes. Attacking duo Andre Gray and Ashley Barnes stretched the backline and bullied defenders, with Barnes hitting a slick early opener.
The visitors also repelled Liverpool with their rigid 4-4-2 structure,...