Manchester United line up against Everton as they look to chase Champions League qualification. Manchester City and Arsenal both won yesterday, making that scenario less likely, but there should be a sense of relief. Should United finish fourth or higher, there's a chance Louis van Gaal could keep his job, and then we'd keep having to watch his disaster of a philosophy. No thanks.
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Will Keane, Ander Herrera, Phil Jones, Luke Shaw, Ashley Young and Ander Herrera (a doubt with a groin injury) are the injury concerns for United, meaning Marouane Fellaini is closer to midfield action than really is comfortable for anyone emotionally invested in the side doing well.
Marcus Rashford should start in attack against a badly organised Everton side whose fans are on the turn over their manager Roberto Martinez. That doesn't mean to say that Romelu Lukaku versus Daley Blind could not end absolutely appallingly.
How to watch, should you hate yourself that much:
When: Sunday 3 April 2016, 4pm UK time, 11am ET
Where: Old Trafford, Manchester
Television: Sky Sports 1 in the UK, USA in America
Online: Sky Go in the UK, NBC Sports Live Extra in America