The Premier League title may be all but decided, but there is still plenty to play for with the race for European football, the battle to avoid relegation plus a few tasty local derbies in the next few weeks.
An updated fixture schedule with kick-off times and venues for the remaining 92 matches is still awaiting confirmation.
In the meantime, we have picked out some of the best of the remaining matches which could impact both the top and bottom of the table over the final nine matchweeks.
Sit back and get comfy with some of these Premier League contests…
Manchester City v Arsenal (17th June)
Where better to start than the first game back, and what a start! These two rivals are set to be the first to locks horns when football returns.
Both sides play their respective game in hand and will provide the perfect tonic before we can welcome a full round of fixtures on the weekend of 19-21 June.
Arsenal, the only unbeaten side in 2020, kick-off in ninth place knowing that victory would give their European aspirations a huge lift.
For City, defeat would move Liverpool another step closer to the title without the Reds having kicked a ball.
Everton v Liverpool (Matchweek 30)
The Merseyside Derby. This will be the first game back for these two local rivals and the Toffees will be hoping to continue their renaissance under the guidance of Carlo Ancelotti.
There may be no fans in attendance but there is certainly no love lost when it comes to Everton v Liverpool with local bragging rights on the line.
Depending on other results, Liverpool could clinch the title against their Stanley Park neighbours with three points.
Aston Villa v Wolves / Manchester City v Liverpool (Matchweek 32)
We’ve got two more crackers in the end-of-season run-in in matchweek 32. The top two sides clash in what could be a decider for the title. Who’ll come out on top between Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp?
Plus, a Midlands derby as Aston Villa continue their battle for Premier League status next season and Wolves fight for another season of European football.
Tottenham v Arsenal (Matchweek 35)
This fixture is notorious for its goals and drama. Spurs will be desperate to finish above their North London counterparts to prove that the tide has changed following an Arsenal period of dominance.
Both sides would like to be challenging further up the table and form often goes out the window when it comes to these games. Expect the unexpected.
West Ham United v Aston Villa (Matchweek 38)
At time of writing, this match has all the elements to be a relegation decider.
Remember Carlos Tevez at Old Trafford? There could be some more final day drama in the battle to beat the drop in 2020.
In 2007, it was West Ham who completed the Great Escape as Tevez netted the only goal of the game to beat Manchester United. Could we see another hero write their name into Premier League history this season?