Fulham vs Liverpool Sunday 17th March, 9:15 Am, Craven Cottage. With the Premier League title race heating up week by week, Liverpool’s trip to the banks of the Thames will prove to be vital if they want to win the league but also in the relegation battle as Fulham hold faint hopes of survival.
Everton vs Chelsea, Sunday March 17th, 11:30 Am, Goodison Park. This is one of the standout fixtures of the Premier League weekend as it pits two sides together who are eager to bounce back to form following disappointing results last time out in the division.
Southampton vs Tottenham, Saturday March 9th, 10:00, St. Mary’s Stadium. With this game affecting both the battle for the top four and the relegation battle, this promises to not only be an exciting match but an important one too, as Mauricio Pochettino returns to his old club with Tottenham Hotspur as they prepare to take on Southampton.
Manchester City vs Watford, Saturday March 9th, 00:30, Etihad Stadium. Manchester City lead the Premier League outright for the first time in 2019 having played the same number of games as second-placed Liverpool. They will be looking to carry their pursuit of the title as they host an in-form Watford on Saturday.
Chelsea vs Wolves, Sunday March 10th, 09:05, Stamford Bridge. With Chelsea looking likely to stage a fight for the final top four place, one team they wished they could do without facing would be a Wolves side who are looking to consolidate seventh and cut the gap between themselves and Chelsea to 10 points.
Arsenal vs Manchester United, Sunday March 10th, 11:30, Emirates Stadium. The standout game of the Premier League weekend sees two sides battling for a top four spot go head-to-head. Manchester United, in fourth, are currently one place and one point above Arsenal – with both teams in a good run of recent form.
Manchester United vs Southampton, Saturday March 2nd, 10:00 am, Old Trafford. This is one of the standout games of the Premier League with top-four chasing Manchester United playing host to relegation-battling Southampton in a game which will have a clear impact on both ends of the table.
Tottenham vs Arsenal, Saturday March 2nd, 7:30, Wembley Stadium. The North London derby kicks off the weekend action as Tottenham play host to Arsenal under the arch at Wembley. While Spurs were looking towards the title prior to their loss against Burnley, a win for Arsenal would change both sides’ outlook as we head towards the end of the season.