Another full programme of Premier League fixtures, including Everton v Manchester City and Arsenal v Liverpool
The football season is in full swing and the Premier League table will start to take shape after this latest set of fixtures, with Liverpool, the two Manchester clubs and Leicester aiming to continue their 100% start to the season.
United have been fairly underwhelming but there are six points on the board and little surprise to see them odds-on to beat a Newcastle United team who are still finding their feet under Steve McClaren.
Memphis Depay will be one to watch on Saturday lunchtime after he scored a couple of Champions League goals against Club Brugge on Tuesday, although Wayne Rooney continues to plough a lone and disappointing furrow in attack.
There are five Saturday afternoon matches, with Bet365 having a free bet offer on covering the matches, inclusive of how Leicester City will be hoping to land the spoils against Tottenham and make it a perfect nine points.
The Foxes have been impressive when beating Sunderland and West Ham, the latter of whom have another home match where they will take on a Bournemouth side still looking for their first points of the campaign.
Sunderland are at home to Swansea City, with two horrible defeats resulting in the Black Cats conceding no less than seven goals. Dick Advocaat wants action fast in the transfer market or he might walk away at the Stadium of Light.
Crystal Palace face Aston Villa, with both teams having won an away game and then lost a home match, while Norwich City are up against Stoke City at Carrow Road, with the Canaries having looked pretty good so far.
On Sunday, we have some intriguing matches, with West Brom entertaining a Chelsea team who have claimed just the one point from their two opening matches.
There are big question marks over the champions who have not really strengthened over the summer, with Manchester City now title favourites and they make the short journey to Goodison Park.
Sergio Aguero is back in the starting line-up and looking particularly sharp, with Yaya Toure also returning to somewhere near his best and David Silva pulling the strings.
Watford face Southampton in the other Sunday match, with the Hornets having acquitted themselves well against Everton and West Brom, while the Saints have some defensive problems to address after conceding give goals against Newcastle and the Toffees.
Monday night features Arsenal taking on a Liverpool side who have won both matches 1-0, although Jordan Henderson could be missing for the trip to the Emirates.
The Gunners will be looking to make amends for that opening defeat against West Ham and Alexis Sanchez could make all the difference in this one.
Saturday 22nd August 2015
Man Utd v Newcastle 12:45
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa 15:00
Leicester v Tottenham 15:00
Norwich v Stoke 15:00
Sunderland v Swansea 15:00
West Ham v Bournemouth 15:00
Monday 24th August 2015
Arsenal v Liverpool 20:00