After the international break, the Premier League has returned with a bang.
Although managers would claim they are not monitoring the Premier League standings at this early stage of the season, we are quickly entering the incredibly busy winter period, which is mostly when decisions are made.
Liverpool hosts the first Merseyside derby of the year against Everton at Anfield to start the weekend. Although Jurgen Klopp has made no secret of his disdain for games played in the midday hours on Saturdays, his club did recently break their losing streak by defeating Wolves.
Manchester City will play Brighton later on Saturday in an attempt to get back on track after dropping two straight League games for the first time since December 2018. Head of Crystal Palace
The next evening, Chelsea will host Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in a crucial test for Mauricio Pochettino’s team, who have just started to show signs of improvement. The contest allows Mikel Arteta’s squad to defeat another well-known opponent and demonstrate their title credentials.
Due to their Champions League match on Tuesday, Manchester United went to Sheffield United on Saturday night for an unusual match.
The lone game scheduled for Sunday is West Ham’s trip to Aston Villa, making it a little bit calmer. However, there is some Monday Night Football to look forward to as Tottenham travels to rival London club Fulham.
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