Today is Saturday and plenty of football actions will be coming your way. No less than 7 matches of the English Premier League will be played today. Table toppers Chelsea, giant Arsenal, in form Everton will be in the action.
English giants Arsenal will be hosted by West Browich Albion in the opening game of the day at the Hawthorns. The Gunners will be without Mesut Ozil and they will be keen to be back into the winning way as they faced a downfall against Liverpool in their latest league games. The Baggies also faced two back to back defeats and would look to get something from this important home fixture.
Sunderland will host the Burnley at the Stadium of Light. The Black Cats are at the bottom of the table and are battling to avoid relegation and will have to give a big test against the mid table club. Crystal Palace will play Watford at the home at the Selhurst Park. The Eagles have won their last two league games and the Hornets are without a win in their last 3 matches. So the home side will be looking to continue their good run of form. Defending champion Leicester who has booked their place in the UCL quarter final will pay a visit to the Boleyn Ground Upton Park to play the Hammers. The title holders are currently at the 15th position and they will be keen to get their 3rd consecutive EPL victory and the Hammers have faced two defeats on the trot and will look to avoid on this occasion.
Table toppers Chelsea will have a trip to the Britannia Stadium as they will play Stoke City. The Potters will be confident after their goal less draw against the Man City at the Etihad Stadium and will hope something same from this fixture. High flying Romelu Lukaku and his team Everton will play Hull City at the Goodison Park. They will try to repeat something like their 3-0 victory against West Brom last week.
Bournemouth will pay the hospitality to the struggling Swansea side. The Cherries came victorious over West Ham in their last league match, thanks to the Norway international Joshua King’s brilliant hat-trick and the young attacker would like to repeat that this evening. The other giants Manchester United, Man City, Liverpool and Tottenham will play on Sunday and Guardiola’s City will play Liverpool at the home in the biggest clash of the weekend.