The weekend is here once more for fans to enjoy watching some EPL matches. These are the gameweek 6 English Premier League matches set to be played over the weekend.
Saturday 25th September 2021
1. Chelsea vs Manchester City - Having won 0-3 against Tottenham last weekend, The Blues will be facing Manchester City to find out if they will maintain their unbeaten run EPL gameweek 6. Chelsea won 0-1 in their previous meeting.The match will begin at 2:30PM.
2. Manchester United vs Aston Villa - This gameweek 6 early kick off EPL match will start at 2:30PM. Manchester United won 1-3 in their last meeting.
3. Everton vs Norwich City - Starts at 5:00PM.
4. Leeds United vs West Ham United - Leeds United will be welcoming West Ham United for their round 6 EPL match set to begin at 5:00PM. West Ham won 2-0 in their last meeting.
5. Leicester City vs Burnley - This match is set to begin at 5:00PM. Their previous meeting ended 1-1.
6. Watford vs Newcastle United - Begins at 5:00PM.
7. Brentford vs Liverpool - The Reds will be facing Brentford to see if they can continue with their quest for the EPL tittle. The match will start at 7:30PM.
Sunday 26th September 2021
1. Southampton vs Wolves - Starts at 4:00PM.
2. Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspurs - These teams will be meeting for the gameweek 6 English Premier League London derby that is set to begin at 6:30PM. This will not be an easy match given the good form of both tram cutrently. Tottenham won 1-0 in their last meeting.
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