Cesc Fabregas faces his old team Arsenal on Sunday, while Manchester United meet Everton at Old Trafford
We’re fast approaching Game Week 7 and it is Chelsea who are storming clear at the top of the Premier League.
The Blues have racked up sixteen points from six games to date and will entertain Arsenal on Sunday hoping to emulate last season’s 6-0 drubbing against the Gunners.
Before that, we have six games on Saturday and that includes Aston Villa entertaining a Manchester City side that won 4-2 at the KC Stadium last weekend.
Liverpool will look to get back to winning ways by beating West Brom, with the Baggies actually a point better off following wins against Tottenham and Burnley.
Meanwhile, Sunday’s clash between Manchester United and Everton looks set to be an entertaining encounter, with the Toffees hoping to take advantage of a Red Devils side who are suffering with injuries and will have Wayne Rooney suspended for this clash.
Chelsea v Arsenal is the highlight match of the weekend, while Tottenham are up against Southampton which will see Mauricio Pochettino go up against his former club who are faring better than his current team.
The final match of the weekend will see Harry Redknapp return to another of his former clubs although the QPR manager is sure to enjoy a better reception at Upton Park than he did at St Mary’s last week.