Another weekend of Premier League football is here!
With things getting tight at the top, Liverpool will be looking for a solid victory over Burnley on Saturday, to keep up the pressure on Arsenal and Manchester City. Find all the Premier League fixtures below, then join us for analysis.
Saturday 10th February 2024
Manchester City vs Everton (12.30pm)
Fulham vs AFC Bournemouth (3pm)
Liverpool vs Burnley (3pm)
Luton Town vs Sheffield United (3pm)
Tottenham Hotspur vs Brighton & Hove Albion (3pm)
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Brentford (3pm)
Nottingham Forest vs Newcastle United (5.30pm)
Sunday 11th February 2024
West Ham United vs Arsenal (2pm)
Aston Villa vs Manchester United (4.30pm)
Monday 12th February 2024
Crystal Palace vs Chelsea (8pm)
Big games for all the top teams
Manchester City and Everon kick off this action, with the Citizens knowing that victory will move them to the top of the table - if only for a few hours. Liverpool will be hoping their city rivals can do them a favour, and hold City to a draw (I think expecting an Everton win is too much to hope for), but it will be a big ask of the Toffees, given their recent struggles.
Following the City game, Liverpool welcome Burnley to Anfield. After the recent tough games against Chelsea and Arsenal, Burnley should be a much easier opponent, although there are never any easy games in the Premier League. Regardless of the City result, if Liverpool wins, they will go back top of the league.
Arsenal don't play until Sunday, so will have the luxury of knowing the results of their title rivals' matches. Even so, West Ham United away is never an easy game, and I expect West Ham to perform much better than they did against Man United last weekend. I think Arsenal may struggle with this game, and can see West Ham securing a draw, and possibly even a late winner.
Tottenham face Brighton in what should be an entertaining match. Both sides love to attack, and neither is great at defending, so I can see plenty of goals in this one.
At the bottom, Luton Town face Sheffield United in a huge '6 pointer'. Victory for Luton will go a long way to helping secure their Premier League survival, whilst defeat for Sheffield would all but seal their relegation, despite there being 13 games still to play.
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- Liverpool stay top with big win over BrentfordFebruary 17, 2024The Reds produced an excellent performance to record a first victory over Brentford at the Gtech Stadium, but injuries threaten to dampen the weekend. […]
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- Reds back on top after Burnley victoryFebruary 11, 2024Jurgen Klopp praised Liverpool's 'gritty' display, after they earned a hard-fought 3 - 1 victory over Burnley, to move back to the top of the Premier League. […]
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