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 :
Friday 15th December 2023
Nottingham Forest vs Tottenham Hotspur (8pm)
Saturday 16th December 2023
AFC Bournemouth vs Luton Town (3pm)
Chelsea vs Sheffiled United (3pm)
Manchester City vs Crystal Palace (3pm)
Newcastle United vs Fulham (3pm)
Burnley vs Everton (5.30pm)
Sunday 17th December 2023
Arsenal vs Brighton & Hove Albion (2pm)
Brentford vs Aston Villa (2pm)
West Ham United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (2pm)
Liverpool vs Manchester United (4.30pm)
Old Rivalries renewed....
The biggest game of the weekend, and the season for many people, sees Liverpool welcome Manchester United to Anfield on Sunday. The history and rivalry between the two clubs is enough to make this a must watch game, but there is the added benefit of Liverpool opening part of the new Anfield Road Stand, meaning Anfield's capacity will be increased to 57,000. Man United will be looking to bounce back from another awful European display in midweek, which saw them crash out of the Champions League, and miss a spot in the Europa League. Liverpool, in contrast have safely navigated their Europa League group, and sit top of the League as we near Xmas.
Before then, Tottenham will look to get their title challenge going again, when they face a struggling Forest side at the City Ground. Chelsea, Manchester City and Newcastle will all be looking for victories, against Sheffield United, Crystal Palace and Fulham. On paper this should be three home wins, but such is the inconsistant form of Chelsea and Newcastle, that a surprise could happen. Palace are on a terrible run, so its unlikely that City will drop points this weekend.
Arsenal then host Brighton at the Emirates. Arsenal will start as favourites, but Brighton are capable of beating anyone on their day, so this one will be tough for the Gunners. Aston Villa have had an amazing couple of weeks, but they are definately better at home than they are away, so Brentford might yet cause an upset and claim all three points.
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