Saturday, 26th September 2015All the ‘big boys’ are in action this afternoon.
Tottenham Hotspurs vs Manchester City
6:45am at White Hart Lane. Spurs keeper Lloris has conceeded seventeen goals in five previous matces against Man City.
Leicester City vs Arsenal
9:00am at King Power Stadium. City player Mahrez has been involve din eight goals this season, the most in the competition.
Liverpool vs Aston Villa
9:00am at Anfield. The Reds have beaten the Lions on 24 occasions the second most for the club.
Manchester United vs Sunderland
9:00am at Old Trafford. Recruit Martial si looking to become the first ManU payer to score in his first three appearances for the club.
Southampton vs Swansea City
9:00am at St Marys Stadium. The visiting team has won the last three encounters with a score of 0-1.
Stoke City vs Bournemouth
9:00am at Britannia Stadium. The Cherries have so far travelled some 697 miles in their first season in the top flight competition.
West Ham United vs Norwich City
9:00am at Boleyn Grounds. The Hammers have so far used twenty-four players, two more than any other club.
Newcastle United vs Chelsea
11:30 am at St James Park. The Blues manager Mourinho has never won at this venue in five previous visits.
Sunday, 27th September 2015.Just the one Sunday afternoon game this round.
Watford vs Crystal Palace
10:00am at Vicarage Road. The Hornets have never won a Sunday i their eight PL fixtures but have at least drawn the last three.
Monday, 28th September 2015.The Hawthorns has a rare Monday game.
West Bromwich Albion vs Everton
2:00pm at The Hawthorns. West Brom haven't beaten the Toffees in their past five encounters.