A ruthless challenge, which already has the flavor of a sentence, especially for the hosts.
Premier anxiously awaiting Manchester City-Liverpool, a clash between the dominatrixes of recent seasons.
Liverpool get there well, after regaining the lead of the tournament and outclassing Atalanta.
City dominates in the Champions League but struggles in the Premier League and is already at -5 but with one game less.
Guardiola needs a victory to get back into the race.
Downsized by two knockouts with modest opponents, Ancelotti's Everton has a serious exam with Manchester United, a great patient of the Premier who, after the collapse with Tottenham, also lost to Arsenal and Basaksehir.
Another knockout would cost Solskjaer the bench.
Vardy's Leicester continues to amaze and now has a challenging opponent like Wolves.
Easy tasks for Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal. The picture of the eighth day
Brighton-Burnley Friday 18.30
Everton-Manchester United Saturday 13.30
Crystal Palace-Leeds 16
West Ham-Fulham 21
West Bromwich-Tottenham Sunday 13
Manchester City-Liverpool 5:30 pm
Arsenal-Aston Villa 8:15 pm