After a busy midweek of European action, with eight Premier League clubs in action across three different competitions, England’s top flight returns this weekend.
Top-flight Tottenham Hotspur kick us off in action on Friday night under the lights, with the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle United all in action the following day.
The remaining five games take place on a jam-packed Sunday, with Manchester City taking center stage and rounding off some exciting matchdays.
This is how 90min expects matchweek 10 in the Premier League to go down.
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League leaders Tottenham start the weekend with a far from straightforward trip to Crystal Palace on Friday night. Spurs remain unbeaten in the Premier League and could make an early statement to the chasing pack with victory over the Eagles at Selhurst Park.
Saturday’s battle begins with in-form Chelsea looking to extend their four-game unbeaten run, with Mauricio Pochettino finally getting some decent form out of his star-studded squad. Brentford ended a dismal six-game winless run by hammering Bournemouth last weekend, but Thomas Frank’s side are not out of the woods as they continue to struggle without the impressive Ivan Toney.
There are just two games at 3pm (BST) on Saturday afternoon, with a six-wicket haul on the south coast. Winless Bournemouth host Burnley in what could prove to be a crucial end-of-season clash.
Arsenal will play at the same time against Sheffield United and the Blades will certainly have half an eye on the outcome of the game at the Vitality Stadium. The Gunners should stroll to a comfortable win at home against Paul Heckingbottom’s side who are still looking for their first Premier League win of the season.
Saturday’s schedule culminates with Newcastle’s trip to Molineux as they look to bounce back from a disappointing loss to Borussia Dortmund in midweek in the Champions League. Wolves will not make it easy for the Magpies, having extended their unbeaten run to four games with victory over Gary O’Neil’s old side Bournemouth last time out.
Start Time (BST)
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham
Chelsea v Brentford
Arsenal v Sheffield United
Bournemouth v Burnley
Wolves v Newcastle
West Ham v Everton
Aston Villa v Luton
Brighton v Fulham
Liverpool v Nottingham Forest
Man Utd vs Man City
In one of two oddly timed kick-offs on Sunday, Everton travel to West Ham United at 1pm (GMT). The Toffees may still be reeling from their Merseyside derby defeat, while the Hammers will be licking a few wounds after defeats to Aston Villa and Olympiacos.
Brighton secured a memorable win over Ajax in the Europa League in midweek and host Fulham at the Amex on Sunday. The Seagulls have been in questionable form of late, but should find a way past the 13th-placed Cottagers.
Aston Villa have scored four goals in their last two games and they will fancy another considerable run when they host Luton Town at Villa Park. Unai Emery’s side could potentially break into the top four this weekend and are in fierce form this campaign. The Hatters will not relish a trip to the Midlands.
Liverpool have won all seven of their games at Anfield in all competitions and will be feeling confident when they welcome Nottingham Forest to Merseyside on Sunday. The Reds are fresh from a five-goal battle in Toulouse in midweek and will benefit if Forest are rated away in the Premier League.
The highlight game of the weekend comes in a late start on Sunday at the unusual time of 3.30pm (GMT). Manchester United host rivals Manchester City in the clash, with Pep Guardiola’s men looking to heap more misery on the Red Devils. A late Andre Onana penalty proved vital in the Champions League midweek clash against Kobenhavn, but the Cityzens will prove a much sterner test.
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