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Premier League fixtures 12th-14th Sept watch

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    Saturday
    Everton vs Chelsea
    Arsenal vs Stoke
    Crystal Palace vs Man City
    Norwich vs Bournemouth
    Watford vs Swansea
    West Brom vs Southampton
    Man United vs Liverpool

    Sunday
    Sunderland vs Spurs
    Leicester vs Aston Villa

    Monday
    West Ham vs Newcastle

    Proper football is back.
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    What, that can't be right, Liverpool are only allowed to play on Monday nights aren't they?
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    Plenty of decent talking points ahead of this weekend.

    The pressure on LVG and Rodgers makes Saturday Night Football interesting, of course, but you've got Chelsea heading to Everton after their failed Stones pursuit and off the back of some questionable performances and terrible results. Courtois' injury may affect them, too.

    Arsenal have beaten Stoke on all seven occasions at the Emirates, but this may be a good chance - with Stoke boasting some genuine game changing talent - for them to upset the odds and compound Wenger's misery after he only signed one outfield player.

    Palace are a very tidy side and won at Stamford Bridge, so if anybody can spoil City's progression at the minute, it would be them.

    Elsewhere, Bilic and McClaren go head to head - let's hope their isn't an umbrella - and I'm really interested to see if Kane is revitalised after that England goal, and whether Berahino will feature.
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    So, Chelsea...

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    Manchester City - not only is their home ground "United" stadium, today they also have a "ManU" on the bench...
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    Surprise of the day undoubtedly at Vicarage Road. Watford will look back on that result as a real key victory in their season should they have enough to stay up, I imagine.

    Norwich were something else, too. Albeit facing Bournemouth at home.
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    Surprise of the day undoubtedly at Vicarage Road. Watford will look back on that result as a real key victory in their season should they have enough to stay up, I imagine.

    Norwich were something else, too. Albeit facing Bournemouth at home.
    Watford are very well drilled defensively, they'll be fine. Looking like a very long season ahead for Bournemouth though.



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    Watford are very well drilled defensively, they'll be fine. Looking like a very long season ahead for Bournemouth though.



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    Definitely.

    They've struggled registering shots on target, though. Great route one work from them yesterday.
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    Starting to look like thr good start was just residual Pearson. Need to accept that four at the back doesn't work for us and stop pratting around

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    Starting to look like thr good start was just residual Pearson. Need to accept that four at the back doesn't work for us and stop pratting around

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    Foot in mouth syndrome in action.

    Can we just not give them a two goal head start every week

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    Mahrez may very well be the best PL buy in years. £500,000 ffs.
 
 
 
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