Five televised Premier League matches this weekend, with Manchester City heading to White Hart Lane
There’s a boring international fortnight on the horizon although we’ve got another round of Premier League matches first, with Everton and Crystal Palace kicking off the weekend at Goodison Park.
The Toffees are strong favourites to beat the Eagles although they were second-best to Bournemouth last weekend and Palace are in good form.
Swansea City entertain Liverpool on Saturday lunchtime, with Francesco Guidolin reported to be on the brink at the Liberty Stadium. The visitors will be in no mood to take their foot off the gas after some recent excellent performances.
Chelsea travel to Hull later in the day, with Sunderland badly in need of a win against West Brom and Watford will be looking to bounce back from defeat at Turf Moor when they face Bournemouth.
West Ham and Middlesbrough clash at the London Stadium and it’s not been a happy home for the Hammers so far, although Slaven Bilic is working round the clock to change things.
Manchester United are at home to Stoke on Sunday lunchtime, with the Red Devils facing a side who are without a win this season. Champions Leicester will be bouncing for their clash against Southampton, with the big game of the weekend taking place at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham will fancy their chances of derailing Manchester City’s title prospects after seeing Celtic hold them to a 3-3 draw. Meanwhile, Arsenal head to Turf Moor where they will face a Burnley side who are fresh from beating Watford at home.
Friday 30th September 2016
Everton v Crystal Palace 20:00
Saturday 1st October 2016
Swansea v Liverpool 12:30
Hull v Chelsea 15:00
Sunderland v West Brom 15:00
Watford v Bournemouth 15:00
West Ham v Middlesbrough 15:00