Get set for three evenings which will impact the relegation battle.

Albion are five points clear of 18th place going into the last three rounds.

Attention now switches to match 36 for all teams.

Graham Potter's men will have a clearer idea of how they stand by the time they walk out at Southampton on Thursday.

Of the sides who can catch them, Bournemouth are first in action when they visit Manchester City on Wednesday.

Aston Villa are at Everton in one of the early games on Thursday, followed almost immediately by Albion’s game at Southampton.

West Ham and Watford meet at the London Stadium on Friday.

The penultimate round of games kicks off at the weekend.

Bournemouth are at home to Southampton on Sunday.

Albion host Newcastle a week today and there are two fixtures of interest a week tomorrow as Watford host Manchester City and Aston Villa entertain Arsenal.

West Ham are at Old Trafford a week on Wednesday.

This is how the next two rounds look. The matches it currently appears will be relevant to the survival battle are in bold italics.

Tuesday, July 14

8.15pm: Chelsea v Norwich City (Sky Sports).

Wednesday, July 15

6pm: Burnley v Wolves (BBC), Manchester City v Bournemouth (Sky Sports/Sky Pick), Newcastle United v Spurs (BT Sport).

8.15pm: Arsenal v Liverpool (Sky Sports).

Thursday, July 16

6pm: Everton v Aston Villa (Sky Sports), Leicester City v Sheff Utd (Sky Sports/Sky Pick).

8.15pm: Crystal Palace v Man Utd (BT Sport), Southampton v Albion (BT Sport).

Friday, July 17

8pm: West Ham v Watford (Sky Sports).

Saturday, July 18

5.30pm: Norwich City v Burnley (Sky Sports/Sky Pick).

Sunday, July 19

2pm: Bournemouth v Southampton (BT Sport).

4pm: Spurs v Leicester City (Sky Sports).

Monday, July 20

6pm: Albion v Newcastle United (Sky Sports/Sky Pick), Sheffield Utd v Everton (Amazon Prime Video).

8.15pm: Wolves v Crystal Palace (BT Sport).

Tuesday, July 21

6pm: Watford v Man City (Sky Sports).

8.15pm: Aston Villa v Arsenal (Sky Sports).

Wednesday, July 22

6pm: Man Utd v West Ham (Sky Sports).

8.15pm: Liverpool v Chelsea (Sky Sports).