‘This year’s our year.’ Sound familiar?
Every season, there are always a couple of young English talents that burst out of relative obscurity. In recent years we’ve seen Raheem Sterling, Ross Barkley, Marcus Rashford and Dele Alli all make huge impressions on the Premier League. This season, it has been the turn of Trent-Alexander Arnold.
Whenever the Hornets and the Eagles clash, there is always something on the line. Whether it’s promotion to the Premier League, vital points in order to remain in the top tier, or simply some local bragging rights, there’s always something at stake.
Last night, at the PFA awards ceremony at Grosvenor House Hotel in London, Manchester City’s 22 year-old winger, Leroy Sane, was crowned PFA Young Player of the Year for the 2017/18 season.
Champions Man City moved closer to breaking Chelsea’s record for points in a single Premier League season, as they dismantled a poor Swansea City side who remain four points clear of the relegation zone in 17th.
A rather bizarre afternoon at the Emirates saw Arsenal inexplicably run out 4-1 winners against David Moyes’ West Ham side.
Stoke City vs Burnley
Venue: Bet365 Stadium
Referee: Mike Dean
Stoke and Burnley square up with completely different objectives for the remainder of the season at the Bet365 Stadium, though both are certainly in need of three points for their respective ambitions in the remainder of the 2017/18 Premier League campaign.
Arsenal vs West Ham United
K/O: 13:30 pm
TV: Sky Sports Main Event
Venue: Emirates Stadium
Referee: Lee Mason
The first game of Super Sunday will see Arsenal playing host to West Ham United, in what will be the first game since Arsene Wenger’s announcement that the Gunners boss stepping down from the helm at the end of the season, ending his 22 year managerial reign at the club.
Manchester City vs Swansea City
Venue: Etihad Stadium
Referee: Craig Pawson
Newly crowned Premier League Champions Manchester City will be keen to assert their league triumph in style against a struggling Swansea City.