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10 things to look out for in the Premier League this weekend

After two excruciating weeks of international football, the Premier League is back in town this weekend and has brought with it a number of top class games with teams around the country fighting for early supremacy this season. This being the 8th round of the campaign, the points table has started to take shape and it is high time for the clubs to work hard to reach their goals for the season. Here are 10 talking points from the Premier League this weekend:

Battle of the Italians:

Claudio Ranieri, the Italian mastermind who took the Foxes to a title last season, will travel to the Stamford Bridge this weekend to face his countryman in Antonio Conte in a sizzling affair this weekend. Both teams are not at their best at the moment and will have to work hard to take all three points from this game.

Eddie Howe to extend his run?

The Cherries are now unbeaten in the last two games in the league and look a side that is confident of their abilities. They will take on Mike Phelan’s Hull City side this weekend  who are fresh from a 2-0 defeat at home to Chelsea. It will be an interesting game with Bournemouth going in as favorites playing at home.

Can Bradley halt Wenger?

Swansea City have a new coach in Bob Bradley, who will travel to the Emirates in his first game incharge of the Liberty outfit. Wenger’s side have been ruthless recently but the ‘unknown’ that Bradley carries with him in his first season in the country might pose some problems for the Gunners.

 

Battle between the bottom two:

With just 5 points and no wins between them, David Moyes’ Sunderland and Mark Hughes’ Stoke City will take on each other this weekend for a virtual six pointer at the relegation zone. Both teams are fresh from 1-1 draws before the break and will hope to get the better of the other on the night in Stoke.

Can Pochettino keep his run?

After a remarkable title charge last season, the Spurs are yet to be beaten this season and will face a Baggies side that have been decent early this campaign. Tony Pulis’ side has what it takes to challenge the Spurs and playing at home, they will hope to take something from this game and stun the London outfit.

High time for Slaven Bilic:

Though a draw against Middlesbrough gave Bilic sometime early this season, he will need to impress the fans and the owners on their trip to the Selhurst Park this weekend. Palace are in decent form and will not allow the Hammers to run away with the game making Bilic’s work that much harder.

True test for Ronald Koeman:

With just one loss so far this season, the Toffees are off to a decent start but their biggest test this season is to come this weekend when they travel to the Etihad to face a City side that are angry after their defeat to the Spurs. Koeman’s side drew their last game against Palace and the manager will hope that they can put in a better performance this weekend.

Can Watford keep climbing?

Though they were held to a draw by the Cherries in the previous game, Mazzari’s side are in decent form and will provide a tough test at the Riverside stadium this weekend. Karanka’s side are also fresh from a draw and will hope to take all three points from this game which will, by no means, be easy.

Saints test for Sean Dyche:

An organized Burnely side have provided some disciplined performance this season but they will have to be at their best when they meet Claude Puel’s Southampton side who are slowly catching some form. Both teams are in need of some points which will provide for an entertaining game this weekend.

The English rivalry just got bigger:

The most successful clubs in the history of the English football, Liverpool and Manchester United, have over the years produced some extraordinary affairs with both clubs just hating the other. However, this enmity just got bigger as two of the biggest managers in Europe in Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho also facing off in a clash that promises to exceed every expectation. 

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  • 10 things to look out for in the Premier League this weekend
  • After two excruciating weeks of international football, the Premier League is back in town this weekend and has brought with it a number of top class games with teams around the country fighting for early supremacy this season. This being the 8th round of the campaign, the points table has started to take shape and it is high time for the clubs to work hard to reach their goals for the season. Here are 10 talking points from the Premier League this weekend:

    Battle of the Italians:

    Claudio Ranieri, the Italian mastermind who took the Foxes to a title last season, will travel to the Stamford Bridge this weekend to face his countryman in Antonio Conte in a sizzling affair this weekend. Both teams are not at their best at the moment and will have to work hard to take all three points from this game.

    Eddie Howe to extend his run?

    The Cherries are now unbeaten in the last two games in the league and look a side that is confident of their abilities. They will take on Mike Phelan’s Hull City side this weekend  who are fresh from a 2-0 defeat at home to Chelsea. It will be an interesting game with Bournemouth going in as favorites playing at home.

    Can Bradley halt Wenger?

    Swansea City have a new coach in Bob Bradley, who will travel to the Emirates in his first game incharge of the Liberty outfit. Wenger’s side have been ruthless recently but the ‘unknown’ that Bradley carries with him in his first season in the country might pose some problems for the Gunners.

     

    Battle between the bottom two:

    With just 5 points and no wins between them, David Moyes’ Sunderland and Mark Hughes’ Stoke City will take on each other this weekend for a virtual six pointer at the relegation zone. Both teams are fresh from 1-1 draws before the break and will hope to get the better of the other on the night in Stoke.

    Can Pochettino keep his run?

    After a remarkable title charge last season, the Spurs are yet to be beaten this season and will face a Baggies side that have been decent early this campaign. Tony Pulis’ side has what it takes to challenge the Spurs and playing at home, they will hope to take something from this game and stun the London outfit.

    High time for Slaven Bilic:

    Though a draw against Middlesbrough gave Bilic sometime early this season, he will need to impress the fans and the owners on their trip to the Selhurst Park this weekend. Palace are in decent form and will not allow the Hammers to run away with the game making Bilic’s work that much harder.

    True test for Ronald Koeman:

    With just one loss so far this season, the Toffees are off to a decent start but their biggest test this season is to come this weekend when they travel to the Etihad to face a City side that are angry after their defeat to the Spurs. Koeman’s side drew their last game against Palace and the manager will hope that they can put in a better performance this weekend.

    Can Watford keep climbing?

    Though they were held to a draw by the Cherries in the previous game, Mazzari’s side are in decent form and will provide a tough test at the Riverside stadium this weekend. Karanka’s side are also fresh from a draw and will hope to take all three points from this game which will, by no means, be easy.

    Saints test for Sean Dyche:

    An organized Burnely side have provided some disciplined performance this season but they will have to be at their best when they meet Claude Puel’s Southampton side who are slowly catching some form. Both teams are in need of some points which will provide for an entertaining game this weekend.

    The English rivalry just got bigger:

    The most successful clubs in the history of the English football, Liverpool and Manchester United, have over the years produced some extraordinary affairs with both clubs just hating the other. However, this enmity just got bigger as two of the biggest managers in Europe in Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho also facing off in a clash that promises to exceed every expectation. 

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