Colin Murray introduces highlights of the day's Premier League matches.
The early match saw Reading host QPR. Both sides have endured an awful season in which they have been marooned at the foot of the table. Nigel Adkins started the season in charge of Southampton but has since been entrusted with the seemingly impossible job of keeping the Royals in the top flight. Harry Redknapp was given a similar task at QPR, but despite heavy investment, his arrival failed to give Rangers the immediate fillip they needed.
Chelsea face a crucial match against Swansea at Stamford Bridge. The Blues have been battling London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham all season for a Champions League place and will be desperate for three points against a mid-table Swans side.
In the afternoon's late kick-off, Manchester United travelled to north London to face Arsenal. The Gunners are a side the Red Devils have loved facing in recent years, with Sir Alex Ferguson's men losing just one of their last 11 meetings in all competitions. While Ferguson has seen his side break a host of records this season, Arsene Wenger's Arsenal have had a testing time and are in the midst of a huge battle to preserve their record of having qualified for the Champions League in every campaign since the Frenchman arrived to manage the club in the 1996-97 season.