There are just six games remaining for most Premier League teams. Although, some have seven games left like Everton or Chelsea. Then, some have just five left, like a struggling Manchester United or West Ham.

The differences in games only adds to the plotlines as the season’s end nears. Starting with the big one, the EPL title race appears to be coming down to the wire. Manchester City holds a one-point edge over Liverpool with the sides level on games played.

This weekend, both sides have fairly straight forward games. First off, Manchester City hosts a Watford side all but assured of relegation. Liverpool takes on Everton in the Merseyside Derby. While it is not a major game in terms of each team’s form, both sides have major stakes at hand. Remember, Everton is entrenched in the relegation scrap just a point above 18th-spot Burnley.

For European qualification, there are two massive games. Arsenal hosts Manchester Untied at the Emirates. Arsenal’s midweek win over Chelsea worked wonders for its Champions League charge. On the other hand, Manchester United continues to limp into the end of the season, coming off a 4-0 battering from Liverpool.

Another game to keep an eye on is West Ham traveling to London rival Chelsea. West Ham is not the same side that sat in the top four earlier in the season. Yet, at the same time, Chelsea looks to be open for the taking. Chelsea lost its last three home games in all competitions while conceding 11 to scoring just four. Chelsea retains its third-place spot, and it should be secure in that position. However, the five teams trailing Chelsea have everything at stake.

NBC coverage this weekend

The 10 games this weekend are fairly spread out. With Premier League Mornings kicking off the coverage at 7 a.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. Sunday, Premier League Live provides context for the mid-day slate. Goal Zone wraps up each game.

There is no Goal Rush on NBC’s schedule this weekend. There are just three games during both the Saturday at 10 a.m. window and the Sunday at 9 a.m. window.

There are two Premier League games in 4K this weekend. The first of those is the Manchester United game against Arsenal on Saturday morning. Then, on Sunday, the Merseyside Derby is also available in 4K.

Be sure to check if your subscriptions and devices allow for 4K streaming or viewing of these two games this weekend.

EPL Commentators on NBC: April 23 to 25

Saturday, April 23

7:30 a.m. — Arsenal vs. Manchester United. USA Network, Universo, fubo TVSling BlueHulu + Live TV. — Arlo White, Lee Dixon and Graeme Le Saux.

10 a.m. — Manchester City vs. Watford. USA Network, Universo, fubo TVSling BlueHulu + Live TV. — Gary Weaver and Andy Walker.

10 a.m. — Leicester City vs. Aston Villa. CNBC, Peacock Premium, fubo TVSling BlueHulu + Live TV. — Phil Blacker and David Phillips.

10 a.m. — Norwich City vs. Newcastle. Peacock Premium. — Paul Gilmour and Garry Birtles.

12:30 p.m. — Brentford vs. Tottenham. NBC, Peacock Premium, Universo, fubo TVSling BlueHulu + Live TV. — Jim Proudfoot and Efan Ekoku.

Sunday, April 24

9 a.m. — Chelsea vs. West Ham. USA Network, fubo TVSling BlueHulu + Live TV. — Bill Leslie and Matt Holland.

9 a.m. — Brighton and Hove Albion vs. Southampton. Peacock Premium. — Gary Taphouse and Matt Upson.

9 a.m. — Burnley vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers. Peacock Premium. — Pien Meulensteen and Lee Hendrie.

11:30 a.m. — Liverpool vs. Everton. USA Network, Telemundo, fubo TVSling BlueHulu + Live TV. — Arlo White and Graeme Le Saux.

Monday, April 25

3 p.m. — Crystal Palace vs. Leeds. USA Network, Universo, fubo TVSling BlueHulu + Live TV. — Martin Tyler and Andy Townsend.