Easter Monday sees five Premier League fixtures with big games at the top and bottom.
Three of the top six, and two of the bottom six, feature on what looks another great day of Premier League action.
The highlight of the day is the King's Road derby as Fulham host Chelsea in Monday Night Football - which you can see live on Sky Sports.
Whilst Champions League semi-finalists Chelsea look to continue their battle for a top-four place, Fulham could move into seventh with victory.
Before Chelsea play they will have one eye on Tottenham's clash with Norwich at White Hart Lane - with Harry Redknapp's side currently holding down a top-four berth.
Norwich's wonderful season back in the Premier League continues and victory for them in North London could take them to ninth.
Another game that both Chelsea and Spurs will be keeping abreast of is Newcastle's clash with relegation threatened Bolton as they are pushing to make a late burst into the top four.
A win for Alan Pardew's side could see them sitting in a Champions League place by Monday evening.
Seventh place Everton host Sunderland in ninth, with both teams pushing to seal as high a finish as possible - although the Toffees do have an FA Cup semi-final to look forward to, which they sealed courtesy of a win over the Black Cats.
Finally, Aston Villa will look to banish any relegation fears as they host Stoke City - who are another side who are looking to finish seventh.