West Ham vs Man United: Since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's honeymoon period came to an end in March they have won just five out of 19 matches in all competitions.
West Ham inflicted more away-day pain on Manchester United on Sunday, beating Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's pedestrian team 2-0 at the London Stadium.
Liverpool, who are on a club record run of 14 straight Premier League wins, take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Pep Guardiola's side are bidding to become just the second club in the Premier League era to win three successive titles.
Manchester United will host Chelsea in a blockbuster meeting to start the campaign after next season's Premier League fixtures were revealed.
Third placed Tottenham's second defeat in their last three Premier League games put a dent in their bid to finish in the top four.
A much-needed win moved Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men up to fifth.
Eden Hazard himself admitted after the game that solo effort against West Ham was "something special".
Victory ensured Chelsea moved into third in the Premier League, two points clear of Tottenham and three ahead of fifth-placed Arsenal in the race for a top-four finish.
Tomas Repka played three years at Fiorentina in Italy and five at West Ham United in London as well as turning out 46 times for his country.
A video clip containing audible expletives directed at Mohamed Salah includes comments against his Muslim religion.
The draw leaves league leaders Liverpool just three points clear of Manchester City.
West Ham were not the only top-flight side beaten by lower league opposition, with Everton losing 2-3 to Millwall.
Saturday's early kick-off saw teenage midfielder Declan Rice score his first West Ham goal in a 1-0 win at home to London rivals Arsenal.
Victory against Southampton saw the West Ham climb into ninth place in the Premier League table.
Leicester City's Premier League match away to Cardiff on Saturday will go ahead as planned.
Manchester City took the lead in the 17th minute with Aguero continuing his remarkable run of goalscoring form at the Etihad.
Ahead of Tuesday's UEFA Champions League clash with Valencia, Jose Mourinho insisted he doesn't fear for his job.