Good God, you go and get drunk on Halloween and by the time you remember where you are you realize that Chelsea is back on top of the table thanks to Tottenham's humbling of Liverpool. In fact the entire big four of the English Premier League now sit in the top four positions for the first time this season. Harry Redknapp is the toast of the town, having guided his new charges to an improbable victory over the hottest club in Europe just days after coming back to tie Arsenal for a huge point. Of course every point is huge for them right now, as they are for anyone in the relegation zone. Continue after the jump for today's featured matches. Lazio vs. Catania at 9 am on FSC When in doubt, root against Lazio. Bolton vs. Manchester City at 11 am on FSC Zabaleta returns from suspension for the pale blues and they'll be looking for second straight win, this time against the league's bottom-feeders. Valladolid vs. Sevilla at 11 am on GolTV Hey, it's better than spending your morning listening to Chris Berman. Almeria vs. Real Madrid at 1 pm on GolTV Only recommended if you happen to be a big fan of either side. A win for Real would put them even with Barcelona in points. AC Milan vs. Napoli at 2:30 pm on FSC You may not be a big fan of Serie A, but this really is the match of the day. If either team gets the full three points they will move ahead of Inter for first place. Real Betis vs. Deportivo La Coruna at 3 pm on GolTV I'm not even sure why they're televising this. Lyon vs. Le Mans at 3 pm on Setanta Things are awfully tight in Ligue 1, although Lyon can pull four points clear of second place with a victory over a solid Le Mans side.