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A preview of all of the upcoming Premier League football over the weekend. Manchester City travel to Tottenham hoping to get back to winning ways, Liverpool host Aston Villa in what is a big game for both teams while Chelsea travel to Newcastle looking to get back to back wins for the first time this season in the Premier League.

Tottenham Hotspur V Manchester City, White Hart Lane, 12:45.

Tottenham host City in what looks to be a very good game. After last week’s shock loss at home City will be looking to do what they’ve done all season and pick up three points here. Spurs have just started to find some good form and will feel confident of going Manchester City another possible upset.

Leicester City V Arsenal, The King Power Stadium, 15:00.

Arsenal travel to Midlands in what promises to be a tight encounter. The Foxes are currently the only team unbeaten in this season’s campaign and will take a lot of confidence into the match thanks to their incredible comebacks from the past two weeks. Arsenal will be hoping to get back to winning ways after their controversial trip to Chelsea last week, good news for the Gunners as Gabriel has had his ban withheld and is likely to start.

Liverpool V Aston Villa, Anfield, 15:00.

Liverpool entertain Villa Saturday lunch time looking to record a much needed win. There’s a lot of pressure on Brendan Rogers currently and he’ll be eager for a win. Villa, themselves are struggling too. Tim Sherwood will be feeling disappointed with the last few weeks and will be hoping for a big performance from his boys when they travel to Liverpool.

Manchester United V Sunderland, Old Trafford, 15:00.

United will feel very confident in picking up all three points on Saturday when they host Sunderland. Sunderland are currently enduring a rough spell, struggling to find the net and being weak at the back. The way Anthony Martial has started it wouldn’t be surprising if the Frenchman finds himself on the score sheet yet again.

Southampton V Swansea City, 15:00 St Mary’s Stadium.

Southampton will play host to the Swans on the weekend looking to get over last week’s loss to Manchester United. Graziano Pelle managed to get a brace against United last week and will be hoping to score again on the weekend. Swansea have slightly strayed from there impressive opening form before the international break, but they will see this away game as a good chance to get back to winning ways.

Stoke City V Bournemouth, Britannia Stadium, 15:00.

Stoke are Currently sitting 18th in the league and haven’t won a game in the Premier League all season, although Bournemouth have got off to a very impressive start Stoke will be targeting this game and hoping to pick up all three points. Callum Wilson will be looking for his sixth league goal of the season, since the opening fixture he’s been fantastic and could even be giving Roy Hodgson a headache come summer time.

West Ham V Norwich, Upton Park, 15:00.

West Ham will be a very confident unit tomorrow. They’ve had three away games this season, picking up nine points, an incredible feat. They’ve beaten Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City all away from home and have looked good while doing so. Norwich played well at Anfield on the weekend and this could be a fantastic encounter.

Newcastle United V Chelsea, 17:30, St James’ Park.

Newcastle entertain Chelsea Saturday evening and really need to win this encounter. They’re currently winless in the league and after being dumped out by Sheffield Wednesday midweek, Steve McClaren is under a lot of pressure to produce results. Chelsea got back to winning ways last week after dispatching Arsenal due to poor refereeing, they will feel confident in picking up this points in this encounter.

Watford V Crystal Palace, 16:00, Vicarage Road.

Watford have found some good form recently, Odion Ighalo is in incredible form, cannot stop finding the back of the net. Palace have lost their last two games and will be hoping to get back on the right path when they travel to Premier League new boys Watford.

West Brom V Everton, 20:00, The Hawthorns.

After last week’s draw Everton will be hoping to get back to winning ways, although they participated in a goalless draw the game was entertaining throughout. The Baggies have recently found some form and won both their last two matches, they’ll be looking to make it three when Everton make the trip to the Midlands.

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