The first of two North London vs Merseyside fixtures on Sunday takes us to Goodison Park as a struggling Everton play host to an Arsenal side who will be looking to bounce back from defeat last weekend. Here is your full, in-depth of Sunday’s early afternoon encounter.
In the second of two North London vs Merseyside matches on this weekend’s ‘Super Sunday’, Tottenham play host to Liverpool. Now that Mauricio Pochettino’s men have earned their first league Wembley win, they will look for a second in quick succession.
There is little to choose between Southampton and West Brom this season, and both teams will be looking for a long overdue win when they meet at St Mary’s on Saturday evening. Here is our full statistical preview of the upcoming encounter.
After steering clear of the drop zone last season, it looks like managerless Leicester are going to have to do it all over again as they currently sit in the bottom three. Saturday sees them travel to Swansea to face a side boosted by a victory over Huddersfield last week.
Stoke were dealt a crushing blow last week as Manchester City were in seventh heaven at the Etihad, Mark Hughes' men will look to bounce back against a Bournemouth side who are struggling in the bottom three of the Premier League.
Crystal Palace earned a very unlikely win last weekend to finally get off the mark and it’s fair to say that their season starts now. They will look to build on that result as they travel to St James’ Park to face Rafael Benitez’s Newcastle.
Manchester City have pushed past nearly all before them this season and it is at home where they look particularly ominous. Next up is Burnley's turn to visit the Etihad but they travel here having already picked up some major scalps on the road.
Huddersfield are struggling for goals as of late while Manchester United showed something of a defensive masterclass at Anfield last week. Here's our statistical preview.
Fourth meets fifth in this clash at Stamford Bridge but it surprisingly Watford and not the reigning Premier League champions who occupy the higher position in the table. Here is our full statistical preview of Saturday’s encounter.
West Ham and Brighton will both look to earn a win that will add more daylight between themselves and the bottom three. Both sides had to make do with a draw last weekend and they will look to build on that this Saturday with a much welcome win. Here is our in-depth preview.
Manchester United travel to Portugal to take on Benfica as Jose Mourinho's men hope to continue their 100% record in this year's competition, whilst the hosts lost their opening two matches.
Brendan Rodgers' Celtic side face a hugely difficult task as they travel to the Allianz Arena to face heavyweights Bayern Munich, who will be keen to keep pace with group leaders PSG. Here's our preview of Wednesday's encounter.
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