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What to expect in the Premier League this weekend

After last week's international break the premier league is back again this weekend with several fixtures scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. To begin with Saturday there are Seven fixtures to be played. The early fixture comes at 1430hrs where Watford welcome Liverpool.

Here is the full Saturday premier league fixtures and their previews;

Watford vs Liverpool

Liverpool travel to Vicarage road to play the hornets who has played 17 matches without a clean sheet. Liverpool are also on fine form as they are the only team yet lose a premier league game this season though they meet Watford who ended their run of 44 unbeaten record in February 2020.

Aston villa vs Wolverhampton wanderers

Following defeat by spurs just before the international break Aston villa welcome wolves who have been in fine form in the past four games. Aston villa also have a good record as they have not lost their past five matches.

Leicester vs Manchester united

Manchester united struggled before the international break but will the struggles continue when they face Leicester who are also struggling. Manchester united will be without Raphael Varane and Harry Maguire.

Manchester city vs Burnley

Burnley will be without their captain Mee who tested positive for Covid-19. Burnley record at the Etihad stadium has not been so good as they have conceded at least five goals in each match in the past four meetings.

Brentford vs Chelsea

Brentford have been an amazing team since joining the premier league this season. After beating Arsenal in the opening game and holding Liverpool to a draw shows how Chelsea should be much prepared to play with them. They also beat Westham just before the international break and a draw with crystal palace means they remain unbeaten in their first three premier league London derbies.

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