An away game against Brendan Rodgers' in-form Leicester side is far from ideal when you're trying to save your job, but that's the task that faces Marco Silva as Everton head to the East Midlands in search of points.
Encouraging performances against Tottenham and Southampton suggested they might be turning the corner going into the international break. That good work was undone by a dreadful home defeat to Norwich last weekend, and Silva now faces a December schedule that reads: Leicester, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal.
Everton won this fixture last season, but the statistical omens don't offer much encouragement for the Toffees this time round. Leicester boast the best defence in the Premier League, and they've scored twice or more in five of their last six home games, while Everton have scored only 13 times in 13 games. Back the Foxes to bag another three-point haul on Sunday.
Two out-of-form sides meet at Twickenham Stoop on Sunday as Harlequins, who have won only one of their last six games in the Premiership, take on a Gloucester side that has lost four in a row in all competitions.
The Cherry-and-Whites have made 11 changes to the team that started their last game against Montpellier, while Kyle Sinckler is back on the bench for Quins, who have a more settled look after beating Bath in the Champions Cup last weekend.
This is likely to be a close game, with both teams keen to get a Premiership win on the board, but the home team at least have a recent win to their name, and they have a good recent record at the Stoop, while Gloucester have won there once since 2006.
Two of the strongest teams in the NBA Eastern Conference meet on Sunday for the first time this season and it should be a gripping clash.
The Pacers are often written off, but they are one of the toughest teams in basketball, even without the injured Victor Oladipo, and the addition of Malcolm Brogdon has further strengthened what was already the best defensive line-up in the league.
But in-form Philadelphia, who have won six of their last seven, have plenty of experience against these stubborn Eastern rivals. They beat them three times out of four last season, and with Joel Embiid back to his best, they should have the edge.
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