This weekend sees another feast of Premier League action. Let us have a look at the games that really stand out.

Arsenal vs Hull City

Arsenal are struggling and really need a result in the Saturday lunchtime kick-off. Their consecutive defeats to Watford and then Chelsea saw their chances of winning the league slip away once more. As reported on Sky Sports, Arsene Wenger has said Arsenal's season is at a "crossroads" and that that "they have massive challenges in front" of them. First up is the visit of Hull City to the Emirates. Now ordinarily I would say an easy home victory, but at the moment I am not so sure.

In addition to recent results for the Gunners is the change in fortune for Hull. Under the guidance of Marco Silva, the Tigers have collected four points from their last two games against Manchester United and Liverpool according to Fotmob. As a result, I am going for a draw.

Manchester United vs Watford

Despite a 3-0 victory last weekend against champions Leicester City, they have only won one in four games in the league according to the Fotmob website. But as I have said before, not only does manager Jose Mourinho now know his best side, the team are playing what the fans would call 'the united way'. Wave after wave of attack, not only in the game against the Foxes but also in their pursuit of a goal in the game against Liverpool (which they got), shows that things are on the up for the Reds.

But, despite their overall form, they are still in sixth place. But what about Watford? As reported on the BBC website, not only do Watford currently lie tenth in the league, but they have won their last two matches. As a result, I can see them getting something from the game. United seem to be the draw specialists and I think Watford can take advantage of that.

Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur

The game of the weekend sees Spurs travel to Anfield. But the question to ask is, is this a good or bad time to be facing Liverpool? On the one hand, they have no league win in 2017, their confidence is at an all-time low and it seems that teams have found them out. Earlier on in the season they blew teams apart; but not anymore.

However, on the other hand, not only do Liverpool seem to play well against those around them, but they may well have that 'wounded animal' mentality. Whilst it will be tough, I do see Spurs taking at least a point from the game. With Kane, Alli and Eriksen in tremendous form, coupled with Liverpool's vulnerability at the back, I can see it being a tough night for the Merseyside team.

Burnley vs Chelsea

I see a difficult afternoon for Burnley. Chelsea are surely the Champions-elect and will have far too much for them. The team is settled, the players are playing well and the manager is adored, so I only see a Chelsea victory here. The only good news for Burnley is that, if you like, they can afford to lose this game and still be alright. As stated on Sky Sports, given where they are in the league (12th), they should not go down.

An exciting weekend ahead, let us see how it turns out.