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Sunderland V West Ham, 15:00, Stadium of Light.

Sunderland will be looking for their first win of the season when they host the Hammers on Saturday, having only picked up two points all season, (D2 L5). West Ham, on the other hand, will be feeling confident after their impressive away form this season, dispatching Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City.

Chelsea V Southampton, 17:30, Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea need a win. Any other result here and it’s possible that their aims of retaining the Premier League title may be all but over. They had to fight back from 2-0 down against Newcastle last weekend and will be looking at this home match knowing anything other than three points will be disastrous. Southampton have looked impressive of late and will know that they can go to the Bridge and get something out of it.

Everton V Liverpool, 13:30, Goodison Park.

The Merseyside derby, always producing classic matches. Of late you would have to say that Everton will be going into this game as favourites, they’ve found some form after a slow start to the season and are starting to play some real good football. For Liverpool, this is a big match. It’s no secret that Brendan Rodgers is currently under a lot of pressure, with rumours going around that Liverpool have been linked with Carlo Ancelotti and Jurgen Klopp, this is a must win for the Irishman and his boys in red.

Arsenal V Manchester United, 16:00, Emirates Stadium.

One of the biggest matches in the world. Two rivals coming head to head on Sunday afternoon and it can go either way. United are currently sitting top of the league, leapfrogging noisy neighbours, Manchester City. The way that Memphis Depay, Anthony Martial and Juan Mata are linking up would put fear into any club in the world. If Arsenal turn up to this one then we are almost guaranteed a classic.

Swansea City V Tottenham Hotspur, 16:00, The Liberty Stadium.

Swansea have not won a game since their home tie against Manchester United on the 30th August. They went through the whole month of September without a win if any form of competition and they’ll be hoping that October is a much better month for the club. Tottenham’s form of late has been incredible and they’ll fancy themselves here to take all three points back to London with them.


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