Football fans can look forward to a bumber number of games over the coming weeks, as the season enters its busiest period during December. The congested fixture list means there will be midweek football from now until January, with Premier League, FA Cup and European matches to be played. This week we kick off with ten Premier League games, spread across Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Check out all the fixtures below :
Tuesday 5th December 2023
Wolves vs Burnley (7.30pm)
Luton Town vs Arsenal (8pm)
Wednesday 6th December 2023
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Brentford (7.30pm)
Crystal Palace vs AFC Bournemouth (7.30pm)
Fulham vs Nottingham Forest (7.30pm)
Sheffield United vs Liverpool (7.30pm)
Aston Villa vs Manchester City (8.15pm)
Manchester United vs Chelsea (8.15pm)
Thursday 7th December 2023
Everton vs Newcastle United (7.30pm)
Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham United (8.15pm)
Big Matches and Local Derbies...
Liverpool travel to Sheffield United, who have today sacked Manager Paul Heckingbottom, and replaced him with ex-Manager, Chris Wilder. Whilst many teams enjoy a new manager 'bounce', it is hard to see Liverpool slipping up against Sheffield United, such has been the dismay form they have been in. However, Liverpool will need to guard against complacency, and will need to start well to silence the crowd and put pressure on the Blades.
If Liverpool pick up 3 points as expected, then it will be up to their rivals to keep pace with the Reds. First up, Arsenal have a local derby against Luton Town on Tuesday evening, before Manchester City face a difficult trip to Villa Park, to face an in-form Aston Villa, who play great football at home. Having drawn the last 3 league games, anything other than a victory for City will give their title rivals real belief that a new League Champion will be crowned.
On Thursday, Newcastle face a potentially difficul trip to Goodison Park. Everton produced a terrible display during their last home game - against Man United - but I expect them to put up a better fight against Newcastle, who are now without first choice 'keeper, Nick Pope, for 4-5 months, after he dislocated his shoulder. Speaking of Man United, they have a home game against Chelsea. A few seasons back this would have been seen as a title-decider, but such is the recent demise of both teams, that this game is not even the most interesting game on Wednesday, let alone the whole week.
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