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English Premier League Weekend Fixtures And Current League Standings

English Premier League teams return to action this weekend as teams will be looking to improve on their performance or carry on from where they left before the international break (Chelsea, Leeds United, Wolverhampton, Brentford and Tottenham were the only teams to win their matches before the international break).

Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City will all be playing on Saturday while Everton and Tottenham will face their various opponents on Sunday. Arsenal fans will have to wait till Monday before they can watch their rejuvenated side take on Crystal Palace.

Check out the matches for Saturday;

Watford will welcome Liverpool at home in an early kick-off, Aston Villa host Wolverhampton, Leicester City welcomes Manchester United to the King’s Power stadium, Manchester City host Burnley at the Etihad, Norwich City face Brighton & Hove Albion, Southampton welcomes Leeds United and Brentford welcomes league leaders Chelsea in the last game of the day.

Check out the matches for Sunday;

The first match for Sunday, is between Everton and West Ham United as Rafael Benitez will be hoping his side (Everton) can continue their season wonders when they face a direct top four rival (Everton are currently 5th with 14 points while West Ham United are 9th with 11 points from 7 games). Newcastle will also welcome Tottenham Hotspur in the second and final match of the day, with both team in need to a win to increase their top 4 hopes this season.

However, the match of the weekend still remains Leicester City game against Manchester United, as a win for either side will have a positive effect on their season. Manchester United are currently 4th on the league table while Leicester City are 13th

The league table still remains unchanged as Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, and Manchester United occupies the Champions League spots while Burnely, Newcastle and Norwich City occupies the relegation zone.

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