There are six games to look out for in the Premier League on Saturday and the lunchtime kick-off is a tasty London derby.
West Ham head to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium looking to become the first away side to win at the new ground, just as they did at the Emirates in 2007.
Spurs maintained their push for third on Tuesday as they scraped past Brighton and have now won their first four games at their new ground without conceding.
The Hammers were unlucky to only draw 2-2 against Leicester last time out after having a goal wrongly disallowed for offside, but they have little momentum after losing seven of their last eight matches.
But they are unbeaten in their last two trips to Spurs although that run is unlikely to continue here and Mauricio Pochettino’s side should have no issues as they aim to set themselves up for their Champions League semi-final first leg against Ajax.
Of the three o’clock games, the one at Craven Cottage has the most riding on it, with visitors Cardiff still trying to survive.
A victory will take Neil Warnock’s side level with Brighton and they will be confident after their recent 2-0 victory at the Amex.
Fulham are already down but seem to be finally getting a feel for the Premier League, beating both Everton and Bournemouth without conceding in their last two games.
Expect this to be a decent match but, at this stage of the season, Cardiff need the points and after winning the reverse game 4-2, back them to do the double.
The late game comes from the Amex where ailing Brighton really need some inspiration against Newcastle.
Chris Hughton’s side were desperately unlucky not to get something from Tottenham in the week and with Arsenal and Manchester City still to play, this looks the key game in their survival bid after taking just a point from their last six.
The Magpies are safe after wins over Leicester and Bournemouth and their status could see them taking their foot off the gas.
Even so, Rafael Benitez usually favours a conservative approach away from home – his side has only conceded a respectable 22 goals from their 17 matches on the road – so expect a cagey clash on the south coast.