What seemed like not much of a title race in England has suddenly become a contest as Chelsea's win on Saturday has given Manchester United a reason to feel some pressure.
Chelsea's win against Tottenham means Manchester United will need to secure all three points from its visit to Arsenal today in order to avoid losing even more ground heading into their meeting with Chelsea next week.
In other action today, West Ham will travel to Manchester with hopes of pumping some new life into a nightmare season. The last-place Hammers need a road win to have any chance of escaping what seems like inevitable relegation.
If you will be watching today's action, or watched this morning's early matches and want to discuss them, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.
Enjoy the action (Today's TV schedule is after the jump):
TODAY'S SOCCER ON TV
7am- Fox Soccer Channel- Liverpool vs. Newcastle United
7am- Fox Soccer Plus- Birmingham City vs. Wolverhampton
8:30am- ESPN3.com- Heerenveen vs. Ajax
9am- Fox Soccer Plus- AC Milan vs. Bologna
9am- ESPN3.com- Catania vs. Cagliari
9am- Fox Soccer Channel- Arsenal vs. Manchester United
11am- GolTV- Almeria vs. Sevilla
11am- DirecTV- Levante vs. Sporting Gijon
11am- ESPN3.com- Racing Santander vs. Mallorca
11am- FoxSoccer.tv- Marseille vs. Auxerre
11am- FoxSoccer.tv- Montpellier vs. Brest
11am- FoxSoccer.tv- Nice vs. Caen
11am- FoxSoccer.tv- Toulouse vs. Lyon
11:10am- Fox Soccer Channel- Manchester City vs. West Ham United
1pm- GolTV- Villarreal vs. Getafe
1pm- Azteca America- Puebla vs. Morelia
1pm- Telemundo- UNAM Pumas vs. Club America
1pm- Fox Soccer Plus- Blackburn vs. Bolton (Delayed)
2:45pm- Fox Soccer Channel- AS Bari vs. AS Roma
3pm- DirecTV- Osasuna vs. Valencia
3pm- Fox Soccer Plus- Saint Etienne vs. Monaco
3:15pm- ESPN3.com- Vitoria Setubal vs. FC Porto
6pm- Fox Soccer Channel- Boston Breakers vs. Sky Blue FC
7pm- Galavision- FC Dallas vs. Los Angeles Galaxy