It is another week of the English Premiers League. With 26 matches already gone except for 4 clubs, the excitement keeps getting better and better. Gradually, the fate of the potential champion is reflecting; while we are yet to determine other positions, one can easily predict who will end where.
Jose Mourinho host AFC Bournemouth where he will be hoping to grab a winner for the Red Devils in the early kick off tomorrow by 1:30 PM Nigerian time. A win will see the host continue their winning streak, after ousting Southampton last weekend on the EFL CUP. A win will also see them momentarily move 2 points ahead of 5th place Liverpool who last weekend to struggling current champions, Leicester City.
Speaking of Leicester City, the current champions will host Hull City in what looks like a relegation escape fixture. A win will see them escape relegation for the moment while a loss for Hull City will see them sink deep down the relegation hole by 4PM Nigerian time. In other fixtures, Swansea City will host Burnley FC; Watford vs Southampton, Stoke City vs Middleborough, all by 4PM Nigerian time.
Four AreaGist Match of the Week (AMW) after losing to Leicester last week, Liverpool will host Arsenal FC by 6:30PM on Saturday. The fixture will show how determined Arsenal FC are in winning the league or how much Liverpool wants to stay in the top 4.
Who wants it more? We don’t know for sure, but the final 90 minutes will determine who deserves to stay afloat. Arsenal will be going into the game with a full house, with its top striker hoping to get more goals. There is no much injury scare for Arsenal, (only Santi Cazola who is out for 4 months and Elneny 2 months). Liverpool on the other hand will go into the game without 7 of its first team players including Daniel Sturidge.
Elsewhere on Sunday, Tottenham will host Everton FC by 2:30PM; while Manchester City will travel to the Stadium of Light by 5PM.
On the final game of the week, Chelsea FC will travel to East London, where they will battle the Hammers. In their previous game, the hos; Westham United grabbed a draw against Watford after losing 2 consecutive times to the Manchester clubs. The game will kick off by 9 PM on Monday.
Meanwhile here is the full fixture for the week.