The English Premier League continues this weekend with some intriguing fixtures on the menu as teams head into the weekend action with contrasting rationales.
Whilst some are aiming to move themselves away from the menace of relegation some will be hoping to consolidate on their current excellent position on the log.
The likes of Tottenham, Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United will be hoping for the best whilst expecting their rivals achieving the worst this weekend; whereas Leaders, Chelsea will be determined to continue their giant stride into winning their 6th League Title this season.
Arsenal host Hull City at the Emirates in the weekend’s action starter with the aim of picking the maximum points in order to maintain their top 4 place. Everton travel to Riverside to face Middlesbrough, whilst Stoke City entertain struggling Crystal Palace at the Britannia. Bottom side, Sunderland, will be hoping to get a positive result at Stadium of Light when EFL Cup finalists, Southampton, visit them, while high flying West Ham will try Westbromwich Albion for size at the London Stadium, as the clash of the weekend sees Liverpool welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Anfield in the last fixture on Saturday.
Two matches are lined up for Sunday as runaway leaders, Chelsea, travel to Turf Moore to face Burnley whilst struggling Champions, Leicester City are on the road this weekend to face another strugglers, Swansea City in what could be the clash of week 25 as both currently tied on identical points but are separated by a virtue of a better goal deficit.
The last fixture of the weekend sees 14th placed Bournemouth trade tackles with Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City at the Vitality Stadium on Monday night.
Here are the full fixtures of week 25 in the English Premier League.
1:30 Arsenal vs Hull City
4:00 Manchester United vs Watford
4:00 Middlesbrough vs Everton
4:00 Stoke City vs Crystal Palace
4:00 Sunderland vs Southampton
4:00 West Ham vs West Bromwich Albion
6:30 Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur
2:30 Burnley vs Chelsea
5:00 Swansea vs Leicester City
9:00 Bournemouth vs Manchester City