Premier League Fixtures – Week 18

Premier League Fixtures - Week 18

The Premier League season has reached the half way point, with Liverpool welcoming Arsenal to Anfield on Saturday, to determine who will be top of the league at Christmas.

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After thrashing West Ham United in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, Liverpool return to Premier League action, with title rivals Arsenal the visitors to Anfield.  The winner of the match will sit top of the tree at Christmas, so both sides will be desperate for the victory.  Check out all the fixtures below : 

Thursday 21st December 2023

Crystal Palace vs Brighton (8pm)


Friday 22nd December 2023

Aston Villa vs Sheffield United (8pm)


Saturday 23rd December 2023

West Ham United vs Manchester United (12.30pm)

Fulham vs Burnley (3pm)

Luton Town vs Newcastle United (3pm)

Manchester City vs Brentford (Postponed)

Nottingham Forest vs AFC Bournemouth (3pm)

Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton (3pm)

Liverpool vs Arsenal (5.30pm)


Sunday 24th December 2023

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Chelsea (1pm)

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Christmas bragging rights....

Liverpool face another tough game on Saturday, with league leaders Arsenal coming to town.  Just 1 point seperates the two teams at the top of the table, with the winner sitting top at Christmas.

Elsewhere, Crystal Palace and Brighton Hove Albion kick off the festive football, with the two rivals meeting at Selhurst Park.  Palace need a victory to halt a poor run of form, whilst Brigthton are looking to keep pace with the top 8 clubs.

Aston Villa then have the chance to put pressure on both Liverpool and Arsenal, and move top of the table (for 24 hours), if they can beat Sheffield United at Villa Park on Friday.

Saturday sees a host of games, with Man United travelling to West Ham, Newcastle travelling to Luton Town and Tottenham hosting Everton.  Manchester City's match against Brentford has been postponed because of City's involvement in the Club Worl Cup.

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