EPL week 23 action starts on Friday evening with all the 20 teams in action this weekend. Unlike what has been the case in recent weeks, no week 23 action will be postponed with 10 matches scheduled for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Man City have opened an 11-point at the top of the table, Chelsea and Man United are struggling while Tottenham are closing in on the top four positions. At the other end, Burnley, Newcastle United, Norwich City and Watford are all in the red zone and have to improve to move away from the relegation area.
There are two big matches to look forward to over the weekend. Man United will host Champions League football chasing, West Ham United while in London Chelsea will host Tottenham at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Man United vs West Ham
The Hammers currently sit in the fourth position in the table with 37 points, two more than Man United. Under David Moyes, they have proved to be a tough nut to crack and have particularly been impressive against the big guns.
Man United downed the Hammers 2-1 in the first leg played in London before Moyes avenged by knocking United out of the Carabao Cup at Old Trafford. The Saturday game is one both sides will be keen on winning to boost their chances of finishing in the top four positions.
The Red Devils will be hoping to make it two wins on the spin after their midweek triumph over Brentford in London. United survived Brentford’s first-half pressure to win 3-1. Catch the Old Trafford showdown live on Showmax. Showmax's stream is clear and buffer-less.
Chelsea vs Tottenham
Chelsea are struggling in the league and on Sunday they will be keen on avoiding defeat against Antonio Conte’s men. Chelsea hasn’t won a PL game in the last four and they will be desperate to beat Spurs to prevent the North Londoners from closing on the table.
Chelsea picked a comfortable 3-0 win in the first leg played at the Tottenham Stadium in London and most recently defeated Spurs both home and away in the Carabao Cup semifinals and the Blues head into Sunday’s game as clear favorites. Showmax will stream the London derby live, visit Showmax.com to register with Showmax.
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