This weekend brings about another bout of English Premier League action. It follows some European tournaments, the Champions League and Europa League. That has some smaller English clubs in clubs to upset some larger clubs that are worn down after playing three games in a weeks span.
The match of the weekend is the game between Chelsea and Manchester City, two teams need the top of the table. The results could cause a radical shift among the teams atop the table. Chelsea enters the weekend in second place with 17 points and Manchester City sits in fourth place with 16 points. If either team loses they could be leap frogged by a group of teams with 15 to 17 points.
It is still early in the season and there are a lot of games left so there isn’t much cause for concern.
|SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2013|
|7:45 ET||Crystal Palace||v||Arsenal||Selhurst Park|
|10:00 ET||Aston Villa||v||Everton||Villa Park|
|10:00 ET||Liverpool||v||West Bromwich Albion||Anfield|
|10:00 ET||Manchester United||v||Stoke City||Old Trafford|
|10:00 ET||Norwich City||v||Cardiff City||Carrow Road|
|12:30 ET||Southampton||v||Fulham||The Friends Provident St Mary’s Stadium|
|SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2013|
|9:30 ET||Sunderland||v||Newcastle United||Stadium of Light|
|12:00 ET||Chelsea||v||Manchester City||Stamford Bridge|
|12:00 ET||Swansea City||v||West Ham United||Liberty Stadium|
|12:00 ET||Tottenham Hotspur||v||Hull City||White Hart Lane|
Topics: Arsenal, Aston Villa, Cardiff City, Chelsea, Everton, Fulham, Hull City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Norwich City, Southampton, Stoke City, Sunderland, Swansea City, Tottenham Hotspur, West Bromwich Albion, West Ham United