In the pick of this weekend's Premier League matches, Jose Mourinho faces off against one of his former clubs, in an intriguing London derby between Tottenham and Chelsea.

Spurs have risen up the table since the Portuguese replaced Mauricio Pochettino, and go into the game in fifth place in the league.

Last week's 2-1 win at Wolves, secured with a resolute display and a last-gasp winner from Jan Vertonghen, means they have 26 points to their name - and are just three points behind their visitors.

That's because Frank Lampard's men have hit a wall in recent weeks, losing four of their last five league outings, including a 1-0 reverse at home to Bournemouth last weekend.

This will be the second time the pair - who had so much success together at Chelsea - have faced off as managerial counterparts.

Last season, Lampard's Derby side won a Carabao Cup tie against Mourinho's Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Elsewhere, Saturday's early kickoff sees Everton and Arsenal face off, with both under caretaker managers for the final time.

Everton will be led out at Goodison Park for the last time by Duncan Ferguson, with Carlo Ancelotti set to take over the Merseyside club. Freddie Ljungberg will be in interim charge of the Gunners for the last time, after Mikel Arteta's arrival as head coach was confirmed on Friday.

Saturday will be Duncan Ferguson's final fling

Manchester City and Leicester meet in a clash of third vs second, with both hoping to close the gap on league leaders Liverpool , while Manchester United head to Watford - where Nigel Pearson takes charge for the first time.

Here's how Robbie Savage has called the games:

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Saturday

3PM: Bournemouth 1-1 Burnley

3PM: Villa 2-1 Southampton

3PM: Brighton 1-2 Sheffield United

3PM: Newcastle 1-0 Crystal Palace

3PM: Norwich 1-2 Wolves

Sunday

2PM: Watford 0-2 Man Utd