Sunday promises to be a good day of Premier League football.
Make sure you have no plans because we’re treated to four matches.
At 2pm, Crystal Palace host Wolves and West Ham United welcome Manchester United to the London Stadium.
Wolves, still searching for their first league win in 2019/20, are in the relegation zone after losing 5-2 to Chelsea on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Man Utd take on a West Ham side that hasn’t lost in four matches.
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Then, at 4.30pm, the action continues.
Arsenal have a point to prove against Aston Villa following their abysmal collapse against Watford at the weekend.
And the highlight of the weekend’s action is Chelsea’s clash against league-leaders Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea’s young guns were immense against Wolves but they face an almighty task when Liverpool, who have won all five matches to start the season, come to town.
Four London matches
All four matches are, as you may have clocked, taking place in London.
Palace, West Ham, Arsenal and Chelsea are the home sides.
Which means London will be packed, and a potentially busy afternoon for the Metropolitan Police.
Football fans have taken to Twitter to express their concern for the police force.
Euston Station is going to be busy.
Here’s hoping there isn’t too much trouble in the capital.
You have to wonder how the fixtures panned out this way.
Four games in London… What could go wrong?
The pick of the games is in west London, where Chelsea host Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have picked up where they left off last season, seemingly fuelled by an extra desire to finally win the Premier League.
But Chelsea are rounding into form under Frank Lampard, winning two of their last three games and scoring 10 goals in the process.News Now - Sport News