Saturday, 19th September 2015Champions and Europa League play commences in the days leading up to this week, so be wary of how Man Utd and Man City (Tues), Arsenal and Chelsea (Wed) and Liverpool and Spurs (Thur) back up for this week.
Chelsea vs Arsenal
6:45am at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea are unbeaten in their past seven Premier league matches against Arsenal
Aston Villa vs West Bromwich Albion
9:00am at Villa Park. In their last seven Premier League matches it's two wins to Aston Villa, 1 win to West Brom and four draws.
Bournemouth vs Sunderland
9:00am at Vitality Stadium. In six previous all-competitions meetings Bournemouth are yet to taste vistory over Sunderland.
Newcastle United vs Watford
9:00am at St James Park. Newcastle have lost just the once in their past sixteen meetings with six draws.
Stoke City vs Leicester City
9:00am at Britannia Stadium. Stoke have lost only once in their past six meetings with Leicester in all competitions with two draws.
Swansea City vs Everton
9:00am at Liberty Stadium. Swansea have only won once, last season, in 23 meetings in all competitions with seven draws.
Manchester City vs West Ham United
11:30am at Etihad Stadium. Man City have won their past 11 Premier League games, Arsenal has the record at 14, while West Ham look to make it three away wins on the trot for the first time since 2007.
Sunday, 20th September 2015Spurs, Liverpool amd Man United get an extra days rest from their European mid-week matches.
Tottenham Hotspurs vs Crystal Palace
7:30am at White Hart Lane. Spurs have lost just once in their past seven Premier League matches, with three draws, while Palace has won just three of their past nineteen London Derbies.
Liverpool vs Norwich City
10:00am at Anfield. Liverpool have won the past ten meetings between these two teams with five or more goals between them in the past four meetings.
Southampton vs Manchester United
10:00am at St Marys Stadium. Southampton have lost just the once in their past five home matches while Man United haven't had a clean sheet in their past seven matches.