Premier League Matchday 23 preview

London, England, 7th November 2021. The Premier league winter ball during the Premier League match at the London Stadium, London. Picture credit should read: Paul Terry / Sportimage PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxUK SPI-1310-0109

Barring any potential late postponements, we should be able to have a full calendar of Premier League fixtures to keep us entertained over the forthcoming weekend!

Indeed, we have already reached Matchday 23 (where has the season gone?!), although there are still a number of games to be played as some are still yet to have even played half of the fixtures that they are supposed to.

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Of course, this round of Premier League fixtures is scheduled to begin taking place on Friday, with a relegation battle set to try and entertain us on a night when many might have had to stay in due to how long January seems to take and the very little money we all have.

Watford entertains Norwich City at Vicarage Road with both teams desperate for points, and both will have been happy with their previous performances heading into this tie after positive displays.

Saturday currently has five matches scheduled to take place throughout the day, with Everton hosting Aston Villa in the lunchtime slot.

Elsewhere, Brentford take on Wolverhampton Wanderers, Leeds United meet Newcastle United at Elland Road, Manchester United go up against former manager David Moyes and West Ham United at Old Trafford whilst the evening game sees fans head to the south of England as Southampton take on Manchester City.

Whilst many may look to turn to the best usa online casino to use between the lull that is experienced between the end of Saturday and Sunday, they will at least be able to use the excitement experienced to prepare themselves for the four clashes that take place on Sunday.

Three of those will take place at 14:00 GMT with Crystal Palace hosting Liverpool, Burnley making a trip to Arsenal and Leicester City will host Brighton hoping a reoccurrence of their defeat to Tottenham Hotspur does not happen at the King Power Stadium again.

Speaking of Spurs, they will go up against Chelsea for the third time in almost as many weeks on Sunday when the pair meet at Stamford Bridge. The last couple of meetings between these sides were heavily dominated by the Blues, as Thomas Tuchel’s side showed the gap in class and progressed to the Carabao Cup Final as a result.