Tottenham Hotspur vs Newcastle, Sunday August 25th, 11:30 am, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Tottenham Hotspur keep churning out results - there’s arguably not a team with the same levels of mental strength in the Premier League. As for Newcastle, it’s one crisis to another.
Norwich vs Chelsea, Saturday, August 24th, 7:30 am, Carrow Road. By all means, this should be a win for Chelsea and normally most people would agree but seeing how well Norwich have played and how poorly Chelsea’s results have been, this could be the early shock of the season if Norwich play their cards right.
Manchester United vs. Crystal Palace, Saturday August 24th, 10:00 am, Old Trafford. Manchester United will be out to maintain the home form that saw them hammer Frank Lampard’s Chelsea on the opening day as another London club, Crystal Palace, make the trip north.
Liverpool vs Arsenal, Saturday August 24th, 12:30 pm, Anfield. With these two sides being the early pace setters in the Premier League, will this prove to be the game where Liverpool pull further away from any potential challengers or a game where Arsenal stake their own early claim to be title contenders?
Bournemouth vs Manchester City, Sunday August 25th, 9:00 am, Vitality Stadium. Bournemouth’s bright start to the new Premier League season gets a stiff test as champions Manchester City come to the south coast.
Manchester City vs Tottenham, Saturday August 17th, 12:30 pm, Etihad Stadium. With both of these teams harbouring hopes of a title challenge this season - one looking to retain their crown and the other looking to make a step up - this could be a hugely telling game on the way that both Man City and Tottenham’s seasons might pan out.
Wolves vs Manchester United, Monday August 19th, 3:00 pm, Molineux. One of the standout fixtures of the Premier League weekend gets underway on Monday night with Wolverhampton Wanderers playing host to Manchester United in a battle between two of last season’s top seven sides.
Southampton vs Liverpool, Saturday August 17th, 10:00 am, St. Mary's Stadium. The Premier League continues this weekend with title challenging Liverpool making the trip to the south coast to take on Southampton, who suffered a miserable opening day defeat at Burnley.
Chelsea vs Leicester, Sunday August 18th, 11:30 am, Stamford Bridge. After disappointing opening games for both of these sides, a win is imperative for both the Blues and the Foxes. Although, with Chelsea losing their first game under Frank Lampard 4-0, you could argue they need the win more.