Two more English Premier League matches to finish off Week 30 and both have top four implications.
The second game (5:15am AEST) features West Ham, who could jump into the top four with a win over Wolves.
In the opener (3am AEST) Everton can join Liverpool and Tottenham on 49 points and remain within striking distance of 4th place.
5th place Everton went into the international break with three straight losses while mid-table Palace finished with a 1-0 win over West Brom. Everton won the earlier meeting between the two teams and are unbeaten against Palace in 12 games, with their last loss coming back in 2014. Richarlison has scored in the last two meetings between the teams, while Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored in three of the last five (two of those games were 0-0 draws).
Big match for West Ham who can leapfrog Chelsea into 4th place with a win. The Hammers dominated the first meeting 4-0 and will be looking to keep Wolves winless for a fifth consecutive EPL game. Injured Wolves’ star Raul Jimenez is on the improve, but is still not ready to take his place on the pitch.