It’s set to be another exciting weekend in English premier league after midweek Champions League and Europa League games.
Manchester City remains at the top of the English premier table with 8 points lead to second place Manchester United, At the moment it’s difficult to see where Manchester City’s incredible run of form comes to an end, we expect their invincible form to continue.
The major talking point so far from the football world is the game between Liverpool and Chelsea at Anfield.
The two sides will play for a win in this game, so we expect an entertaining match full of attack and flair from both teams.

 Player to Watch: (Mohammed Salah) There’ll be a determination on the part of the Egyptian to make an impact against his former side. Salah has been a revelation to Liverpool and English Premier League so far this season with an astonishing 9 goals in 12 games and 14 goals in all competition making him the top scorer in the EPL so far, Salah was on Chelsea books  between 2014 and 2016 though he failed to get opportunities to shine for the blues. According to Jurgen Klopp “if he Salah continued at this rate he would finish this season on something like 70 goals”.
With the attacking power of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho, there’s no doubt the Reds have the class to cause big problems for the blues.

 Player to watch: Chelsea is beginning to up some form, they are yet to drop point ever since they defeated Manchester United at Stanford bridge, with the return to full fitness of their key man Eden Hazard an added bonus to the Premier League Champions.
He Hazard scored a brace against West Bromwich Albion in the Chelsea 4-0 win, he also scored a penalty against Qarabag FK. Eden Hazard has scored 16 Premier League goals under Conte and won all of them.
Chelsea will need to be defensively sound at Anfield if they are going to get a result against full attacking Liverpool team, there’s no doubt Conte will prepare his team very well ahead of the task.
I expect Liverpool to win this game due to their pattern of play against top teams.


Friday, November 24
8 p.m. West Ham United vs. Leicester City (3-2)
Saturday, November 25
3 p.m. Crystal Palace vs. Stoke City (2-2)
3 p.m. Manchester United vs. Brighton & Hove Albion (4-0)
3 p.m. Newcastle United vs. Watford (2-1)
3 p.m. Swansea City vs. Bournemouth (1-3)
3 p.m. Tottenham Hotspur vs. West Bromwich Albion (3-1)
5:30 p.m. Liverpool vs. Chelsea (2-1)
Sunday, November 26
1:30 p.m Southampton vs. Everton (1-2)
2 p.m. Burnley vs. Arsenal (0-2)
4 p.m. Huddersfield Town vs. Manchester City (0-5)


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