Manchester United’s home match against old foes Liverpool tops the bill as the Premier League returns on another busy weekend of British football.
Here’s everything you need to know…
Saturday’s Premier League match previews
Tottenham v West Brom (12:30 GMT)
Burnley v Southampton (15:00)
Hull v Bournemouth (15:00)
Sunderland v Stoke (15:00)
Swansea v Arsenal (15:00)
Watford v Middlesbrough (15:00)
West Ham v Crystal Palace (15:00)
Leicester v Chelsea (17:30 GMT)
Sunday’s Premier League match previews
Everton v Manchester City (13:30 GMT)
Manchester United v Liverpool (16:00 GMT)
The best of the rest
As usual there is a full Championship,League One and League Two programme in England, while teams in the Scottish Championship,League One and League Two are also in action.
However, there are no Premiership fixtures north of the border – the top-flight clubs are currently enjoying a two-week winter break.
Read how the Premiership clubs are spending their winter breaks
Afcon prepares for kick-off
The 31st edition of the Africa Cup of Nations will kick off at 16:00 GMT on Saturday, when hosts Gabon take on debutants Guinea-Bissau.
Here’s our tournament preview
Lawro takes on UFC/Hollywood star
BBC Sport’s Mark Lawrenson has been looking into his crystal football once again with his weekly Premier League predictions. This week his opponent is UFC champion Michael Bisping.
Read their full predictions here
Fancy your chances of beating Lawro?
Make your own Premier League predictions, compare them with those of Lawro and other fans, and try to take your team to the top of the leaderboard by playing the BBC Sport Predictor game.
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