After Manchester City’s very comfortable 2-0 triumph over Leicester City last weekend, the topic of Pep’s chances to take Manchester City through the whole season unbeaten, and therefore as we know it ‘invincible’, has been a subject discussed more and more and a theme which will continue to be on the tips of everyone’s tongues if City’s season continues in this impressive fashion.
Southampton have seemingly become the club that, no matter who they sell, always find a way to replace players and managers with undiscovered stars.
Watford vs West Ham
Venue: Vicarage Road
Marco Silva’s Watford host West Ham at Vicarage Road on Sunday, with the game marking David Moyes’ first Premier League game in charge of the Hammers.
Leicester City vs Manchester City
Venue: King Power Stadium
Two of the Premier League’s in-form teams meet at the King Power Stadium on Saturday, as runaway leaders Man City travel to resurgent Leicester.
Bournemouth vs Huddersfield
Venue: Dean Court
Bournemouth welcome Huddersfield to Dean Court this weekend in a game that, five years ago, had become a standard League one fixture.
Arsenal vs Spurs
Venue: The Emirates
TV: Sky Sports Main Event/Premier League
On Saturday Spurs make the short trip across North London for a grudge match against Arsenal. As the balance of power has shifted towards the lily whites in recent years can, Pochettino claim a rare away win against a top 6 side? Or will Wenger’s Arsenal make a statement of intent for the rest of the campaign.
Crystal Palace vs Everton
Venue: Selhurst Park
David Unsworth takes charge of Everton once again as the Toffees are yet to find a new manager to take charge of the struggling Merseyside squad. The Blues travel to London to play an out of form Crystal Palace, with the recently appointed Roy Hodgson yet to truly turn around the Eagles fortunes.