All this week’s Barclays Premier League Fixtures
With Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City breaking league records early this season they are already looking unstoppable wining 9 of their first 10 games.
Mourinho’s Man Utd and Tottenham Hotspur are hot on their tails, but with Spurs already loosing to the Red Devils this season they now need to go on a strong run.
Barclays Premier League
|Manchester City||00:00||Aston Villa|
|Aston Villa||01:00||Newcastle United|
|West Ham United||18:30||Manchester United|
|West Bromwich Albion||13:00||Crystal Palace|
|Sheffield United||15:15||Leicester City|
|Brighton & Hov…||21:00||Southampton|
|Leeds United||21:00||West Ham United|
|Wolverhampton Wanderers||13:30||Aston Villa|
|Newcastle United||16:00||West Bromwich Albion|
|Manchester United||18:30||Manchester City|
Harry Kane despite his usual August blip has been in outstanding form and is a driving force in the Tottenham camp, but could the early season Wembley woes have already set the club back.
Liverpool have consistently shown that they have big defensive issues this season, and despite them managing to keep hold of Phillipe Coutinho, he has yet to show the form that made Barcelona come knocking at the door in the summer.
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