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Premier League match week 4 schedule 2014-15

The Premier League season is well underway with the third week of matches wrapping up on Sunday. The pack is starting to separate themselves, but it is still very early in the season.

Still there are some interesting match-ups coming up, though it Premier League action will resume in two weeks after the international break. Arsenal and Manchester City notably squaring off on Saturday. That is a big game between two teams at the top of the table looking to compete for the Premier League title. The game also comes just a matter of days before both teams play in their first game of the Champions League group stage.

That game just a matter of days later could impact their line ups and how long they leave players in the game.

The other most intriguing game might have to be the Chelsea match up with Swansea City. Chelsea is expected to contend for the Premier League title and has three wins through three games this season. Swansea is right behind them in the table, and it will be  a measuring stick to see if Swansea City is a contender this year.

Here is the full schedule for Match Week Four:

Sat 13th September

  • Arsenal – Manchester City
  • Chelsea – Swansea City
  • Crystal Palace – Burnley
  • Southampton – Newcastle United
  • Stoke City – Leicester City
  • Sunderland – Tottenham Hotspur
  • West Bromwich Albion – Everton
  • Liverpool – Aston Villa

Sun 14th September

  • Manchester United – Queens Park Rangers

Mon 15th September

  • Hull City – West Ham United

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