Liverpool v West Ham
As the race for fourth place continues to hot up the Reds can ill afford any slip ups when they entertain Alan Curbishley's West Ham.
Rafael Benitez's men have rediscovered the winning habit on home turf in recent weeks and following wins against Sunderland and Middlesbrough they will be confident of maintaining that momentum against the Hammers.
The two sides met at the back-end of January when a stoppage-time penalty from Mark Noble secured a 1-0 win for the Londoners - their first since 1999.
Last time out at Anfield Liverpool triumphed 2-1 courtesy of a Daniel Agger blockbuster and a neat finish from Peter Crouch, after the visitors had taken an early lead.
With Everton, Aston Villa and Manchester City all in the hunt, the Reds know another three points is essential if we are to keep our hopes of qualifying for next season's Champions League alive.