Matchday 21 of Premier League is scheduled for this weekend after a gap of two weeks. Although the game of the Matchday is between Manchester United and Liverpool, but Man City vs Everton and Chelsea vs Leicester are also equally important fixtures. Here’s what every fixtures of Matchday 21 holds for you:
Spurs are unbeaten at home this season but West Brom will be aiming to extend their winning streak to three consecutive matches. However, Pochettino would like to see his men carry on their impressive form, especially after that crucial win against Chelsea.
Tottenham have won just one of their last seven Premier League games against West Brom, drawing five times (L1).
— Spurs Stat Man (@SpursStatMan) January 13, 2017
A win against Liverpool in EFL Cup Semi Final first leg would have most probably given Saints a much-needed boost to end their terrible run of defeats. But Burnley hasn’t been an easy call at home this season.
It’s a must-win game for Hull if they want to keep their hopes of staying in the Premier Legaue alive. However, Bournemouth would love to play down their struggling opponents.
The Black Cats are not playing up to their mark but a draw against Liverpool last time at home gave them a breather. However, Stoke will aim to win against Sunderland to gain some momentum.
Arsenal would like to see themselves back in the top four with a win over Swans but the Welsh outfit hasn’t been an easy opponent against Gunners.
Boro’s defense has been solid this season and Watford is also looking to end their poor run of form with a much-needed win.
After a series of good performances, Hammers have lost their way slightly but they would be aiming to recreate their magical touch against Palace. The Eagles, on the other hand, would be disappointed after the draw against Arsenal.
Leicester has been disappointing this season so far but they can always pull off a surprise like they did against Man City. Chelsea are still the league leaders and will be eager to recreate their winning moments with a win over Foxes.
Man City will be travelling to Merseyside with high hopes but a trip to Everton hasn’t always been a pleasant one for the Citizens. Also, Pep will be aiming to close the gap at the top with a win.
The El Clasico of England is scheduled for this Sunday and Old Trafford will play host for this one. Klopp and Jose both will be eager to inflict defeat on each other.