Watch Live >> Crystal Palace vs Wolves, Manchester City vs Sheffield United, West Brom vs Fulham Live Stream EPL 2021 Full HD

Watch Live >> Crystal Palace vs Wolves, Manchester City vs Sheffield United, West Brom vs Fulham Live Stream EPL 2021 Full HD

We hope you’ve not gotten bored of the football yet, because there’s only one day between one Premier League gameweek ending and another beginning.

That’s right, it starts all over again on Saturday, with plenty of scores to be settled in England’s top flight. Scores like 1-1, 2-1 and maybe even 5-3 if we’re lucky.

The headline clash is Manchester United’s trip to Arsenal, which takes place on Saturday evening. The other nine games have their merits, but if they don’t, do not stress – we’ll let you know.

They defended reasonably well but were undone by Youri Tielemans’ strike, though Jordan Pickford might have done better on another day.

There are other games at 3pm on Saturday, and in all honesty unless you support either Palace or Wolves you should cast your eyes elsewhere. Sorry, not sorry.
Palace did at least play their part in an entertaining clash with West Ham on Wednesday, ultimately losing 3-2 to a very good West Ham. Wilfried Zaha was on the scoresheet that night, taking his league tally to nine goals for the season.

City have won all but three of their games in all competitions since a 2-0 loss to Tottenham back in November. That’s a lot of games, and they’ve barely conceded during that time, too

18th vs. 19th. Sam Allardyce vs. Scott Parker. West Brom vs. Fulham. A staple fixture of Premier League fixtures in years gone by, though not as regular nowadays. It probably won’t be next season, unless both of these sides magically sort themselves out.

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Arsenal were supposed to be battling relegation for the rest of the season, though a spike in recent form has lifted them up to the table. So much so that a late Champions League charge isn’t unthinkable.

It’s unlikely, but hardly impossible.
Manchester United had a brilliant run of form that established them as Premier League title challengers, but just as fans were beginning to trust Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side a smidge, they went and bloody lost to 20th placed Sheffield United.

On the face of it, this is one of the more intriguing battles of the weekend. Both Southampton and Aston Villa are unquestionably well managed by Ralph Hasenhuttl and Dean Smith, but recent losses have worsened their respective league positions.

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