Just 72 hours after the midweek matches, all 20 Premier League teams are back in action, as another bumper weekend of football is on the way. Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City face difficult away games, while Man United and Tottenham are at home. Check out all the fixtures below :
Saturday 9th December 2023
Crystal Palace vs Liverpool (12.30pm)
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Burnley (3pm)
Manchester United vs AFC Bournemouth (3pm)
Sheffield United vs Brentford (3pm)
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Nottingham Forest (3pm)
Aston Villa vs Arsenal (5.30pm)
Sunday 10th December 2023
Everton vs Chelsea (2pm)
Fulham vs West Ham United (2pm)
Luton Town vs Manchester City (2pm)
Tottenham Hotspur vs Newcastle United (4.30pm)
Difficult away games for top teams...
Liverpool travel to Selhurst Park, to face a Crystal Palace side on a tough run of games. Despite their poor recent form, Palace (managed by former Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson) will raise their game for the visit of the Reds. There is also the issue of the early kick-off, and the lack of rest between games, with Liverpool only returning to Anfield at 2am on Thursday morning. Despite this, Liverpool should have enough firepower to over come the London side and collect another 3 points.
If Liverpool do pick up 3 points as expected, then it will be up to their rivals to keep pace with the Reds. Arsenal, currently top of the table, face a dificult trip to Villa Park, with Aston Villa fresh from their amazing victory over Manchester City on Wednesday. Whether Villa can replicate that performance remains to be seen, but Arsenal will not have it easy on Saturday evening.
Manchester United have a favourable home game against AFC Bournemouth, although with United current form, anything is possible....
Moving onto Sunday, Manchester City will be looking to bounce back from Wednesday's defeat, but face a potentially tricky trip to Kenilworth Road, to face a Luton Town who nearly defeated Arsenal last time out. The final game of the weekend sees Tottenham welcome Newcastle to Tottenham Stadium, with both teams in need of a morale boasting victory.
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