The English Premier League enters its matchweek 25 as there are 10 exciting matches to be played across all centres.
Swansea City host defending champions, Leicester City at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday starting 16:00GMT.
The Welsh side have won two out of the last three PL games played with the only setback coming at Etihad as they lost to Manchester City last weekend thanks to a Gabriel Jesus brace. Both sides lies 17th and 16th on the league log and have the same points tally (21) but separated on goal difference. Leicester City have lost the last 4 PL games played and will like to make amends but a spirited Swansea City stands their way. Ghanaian forward, Jordan Ayew who joined Swansea City on deadline day from Aston Villa can make his debut.
Before Swansea City plays Leicester City, Burnley will try to become the next team to inflict a defeat on Chelsea but they know it won’t be easy judging that Chelsea has won 16 out of the last 18 PL games. Burnley host Chelsea at the Turf Moor on Sunday at 13:30GMT and will be counting on their home form after amassing 28 points from the 12 PL games played at home. The Clarets are powerful at home judging that they are third best when it comes to points amassed at home behind Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspurs. Antonio Conte’s men will like to extend their lead at the table and they know only a win will make them extend their lead at the top.
On Saturday in the early kickoff, Arsenal will host Hull City at the Emirates in a match Arsene Wenger will be serving his final match suspension. Hull City has been performing absolutely well under the management of Marco Silva and will be drawing inspirations from their 2-0 win over Liverpool last weekend. Arsenal will be going into the game wounded after losing two straight PL games and will like to bounce back to winning ways.
In the traditional time kickoff, there are five games to play as Manchester United host Watford at the Old Trafford in a must win game for the Red devils with Middlesbrough taking on Everton who were fantastic last weekend against AFC Bournemouth. Everton four goal hero, Romelu Lukaku will be key to Everton winning hopes.
Sunderland will like to move out of relegation as they meet Southampton at the Stadium of Light. The Black Cats won 4-0 last weekend against Crystal Palace and will be building upon that impressive win as they welcome Southampton who has lost their last 2 PL games after injury to their dependable defender, Virgil van Dijk and the sale of captain, José Fonte while WestHam United will welcome WestBromich Albion at the Olympic stadium at 15:00GMT. WestHam are on a three PL game winning run and a win against Albion will see them move closer to the top half teams on the table.
The final 15:00GMT kickoff game will see Stoke City host Crystal Palace at the Bet 365 stadium.
In the late kickoff, Liverpool will take on Tottenham Hotspurs at Anfield. Liverpool are yet to record a PL win in the year 2017 and will be hoping to start with Spurs who they are unbeaten against in the last 7 PL meetings between them. The Reds after suffering a 2-0 loss to struggling Hull City at the KC stadium will be counting on their home fans and stats favouring them to end the upsurge of Spurs at Anfield.
The matchweek ends with a trip of Manchester City to the Vitality stadium to face AFC Bournemouth on Monday starting 20:00GMT.
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