Premier League: Weekend Fixtures
Manchester United vs Manchester City 1:30 pm
It will be a big show between two hot local rivals in Manchester today.
Manchester City haven’t won a Premier League derby since April 2019 but they will head to Old Trafford to put more pressure on Ole Gunnar Solksjaer whose job is at stake.
Brentford vs Norwich 4pm
Brentford will host struggling Norwich who are yet to win a game in premier league this season.
Norwich remain at the bottom of the table, having picked up just two points from their opening 10 matches, while Brentford sit in the 12th place with 12 points from their first 10 games of the season.
Chelsea vs Burnley 4pm
The league leader will wrestle with Burnley side at Stamford Bridge today.
Thomas Tuchel’s side are in good form winning 8 out of their first 10 opening matches. It will be a difficult task for Burnley who are struggling on the table to break Chelsea’s defense.
Crystal Palace vs Wolve 4pm
Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers will be eager to build on their last impressive victories during their clash at Selhurst Park today.
Crystal Palace came away from the Etihad Stadium with all three points on matchday 10, while Wolves prevailed 2-1 against Everton on Monday’s encounter.
Brighton vs Newcastle 6:30pm
Brighton and Newcastle United will both be out to end respective winless runs during Saturday’s Premier League clash at the Amex Stadium.
Both team are currently struggling in the league for their inability to record winning since the beginning of this campaign.
The Brighton rescued a point in a 2-2 thriller in their last game against Liverpool , while Graeme Jones’s side went down 3-0 to leaders Chelsea.
Arsenal vs Watford 3pm
Arsenal will host hornets at Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 5 matches and will be keen to extend winning streak against Watford.
The club occupy the 6th place in the league with 17 points.
Tottenham vs Everton 3pm
Antonio Conte takes charge of his first Premier League game as Tottenham manager as his new side will travel to Everton on Sunday.
The former Inter Milan boss was brought in as a high-profile successor to the sacked Nuno Espirito Santo this week and quickly picked up a victory against Vitesse Arhem in the Europa Conference League.
Everton will be without some of their stars as Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes are out due to injuries .
Leed United vs Leicester 3pm
Leed United will host Foxes at Selhurt park on Sunday.
Leed and Leicester have made an epileptic start to the season. This meeting could be a crossroads. Leicester’s campaign has stalled with only fourteen points from their past ten games.
West Ham vs Liverpool 5:30pm
West Ham will host tough Jurgen Klopp’s side who have the quality to hurt any team on the planet.
Liverpool are one of best teams in premier league currently, sitting in the second place behind Chelsea who are leading the table.
West Ham are also enjoying good start to season, sitting fourth in the Premier League. They have also knocked both Manchester clubs out of the Carabao Cup and qualified from their group in the Europa League.