After a week of European football the Premier League is back in full swing.
It’s match-day 14 and the table has yet to take a recognised shape with high flying Leicester City leading the way in a season packed with drama and surprises.
With no early kick off, football fans will have to wait until 3pm to gain there dose of footie action, and their are some mouth watering ties to look forward to.
Aston Villa take on Watford as they look to begin their climb out of the relegation zone.
Bournemouth will continue their chase for survival points against an in-form Everton team looking to break into the Leagues top-four, while Crystal Palace will be looking to collect points against a lowly Newcastle side who’s season has yet to start.
Manchester City will look to bounce back from their humiliating 4-1 defeat at the hands of Liverpool last weekend against a solid Southampton side that are capable of causing more humiliation for the Champion favourites.
Finally, Sunderland will be looking to add daylight between them and the relegation zone against a Stoke City side, who have been showing a few vulnerabilities recently.
The late kick off will see league leaders Leicester City host the famous Manchester United in what could be an historic day for both the club and James Vardy who will look to set the new goal streak record.
If you thought Saturdays’ roster was exciting then this Super Sunday is a must see.
Up first-Tottenham will be looking to continue their fine form against a Chelsea side with an uncharacteristic soft underbelly. The Blues have shows small signs of recovery after a dismal start- that see’s them occupy 15th spot- and will be fully aware of the importance this fixture has if they are to achieve their top 4 aspirations.
West Ham will also be looking to the fixture at White Hart Lane as they take on West Brom, if they can get a result and Spurs lose to Chelsea, the Hammers will be level on points with Tottenham.
Up next is the Klopp effect. Liverpool will look to build on their City spanking by recording three points against a quite Swansea side to bring them closer to the top 4.
And finally Norwich host Arsenal. The Gunners will be looking to snatch all three points to further affirm their status as genuine title contenders.
That concludes this weekend’s Premier League action.