premier league

The English Premier League continues this weekend with a total of 10 matches spread across three days. 

A number of high-profile matches are on the cards, with the last at Stamford Bridge on Sunday arguably the biggest.

League leaders, Chelsea, will host Manchester United, in what will be caretaker manager Michael Carrick’s first Premier League game in charge.

Man City will also face the high-flying West Ham, who suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat at the hands of Wolves last time out.

Ahead of the weekend, how much do you know about the fixtures?

🔫 Arsenal v Newcastle

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The Magpies have scored more goals than the Gunners in the Premier League this season.

🔴 Liverpool v Southampton

Liverpool are the only PL side to do score at least once in all 12 matches this season

💽 Brighton v Leeds

Ben White, currently playing for Arsenal, has represented both clubs.

🐦Burnley v Spurs

Spurs are yet to score a headed goal in the league so far, while Burnley have done so six times

🔵 Man City v West Ham

Bernardo Silva is City’s top Premier League goalscorer this season, with four goals

🦅 Crystal Palace v Aston Villa

Palace are the only Premier League side to avoid defeat in each of their last seven matches

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🟡 Norwich v Wolves

Wolves have collected the same number of points over their last seven PL matches as Chelsea and Man City

🐝 Brentford v Everton

Brentford have failed to win a home match since the opening weekend when they beat Arsenal

🦊 Leicester v Watford

Nigel Pearson is the other manager to have managed both Watford and Leicester

😈 Chelsea v Man Utd

Michael Carrick will be the first Englishman to take charge of Man Utd in a Premier League match.

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