The Premier League will be in action this weekend before taking a two week break to enable for the world Cup qualifying international matches to be played. The 11th round gets off on Saturday with a total of five games slated to be played.
At 3PM, the iconic Manchester Derby will happen. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United will be taking on Pep Guardiola's Manchester City head to head at Old Trafford. It is a derby that form always do no matter therefore any team always stand a chance to win. It is also a contest whose outcome will play a big influence in Ole Gunnar future at Man United.
Later at 6, three games will kick off simultaneously. Chelsea will be eager on increasing their lead at the top of the league as they will be facing the struggling Burnley at Stamford Bridge. Brentford will be playing the league's number 20 Norwich City as Wolverhampton will be visiting Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
The penultimate game of the day will be at 8:30 PM as Brighton and Hove Albion will be entertaining Newcastle United who appointed Edi Howe as their new manager this week. Below is the consolidated table of all the Saturday premier league action.
How do you anticipate the Manchester derby going? Please make your prediction in the comments. Thank you for reading.
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