Liverpool look to move a step closer to the title
Liverpool's march towards their first league title in 30 years continues tonight.
Jurgen Klopp's side host Crystal Palace at 8.15, knowing they'll move within one win of the title with victory.
The pick of the 6pm kickoffs sees Manchester United host Sheffield United - the Blades will be without goalkeeper Dean Henderson, who is on loan from the hosts.
Wolves entertain Bournemouth, with the hosts hoping to maintain their own Champions League push.
Newcastle play Aston Villa,
And Norwich face Everton.
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