Everton could move back into the Premier League’s top three when Leeds United visit Goodison Park this weekend.
A busy week of football continues with a Friday night tussle between Crystal Palace and Newcastle United at Selhurst Park. We preview Friday night’s game here…
Now the final international break of the year has passed, the Premier League returns at full force this weekend. With three sides battling out for top place on Saturday…
The UEFA Champions League made a dramatic return last night, with Lionel Messi making history by becoming the first player to score in 16 consecutive seasons of the competition. More history will be made with eight further fixtures tonight…
Domestic football returns with a BANG this weekend, with a number of high-profile fixtures including the Old Firm and the Milan derby. However, in the Premier League, a huge weekend of action begins with the Merseyside derby.
The Premier League’s second gameweek is nearly here. Read our preview of Saturday’s games…
This weekend, after the shortest of pre-season breaks, with less transfers than we’ve become accustomed to, the 2020/21 Premier League season will get underway.
The longest UEFA Europa League campaign in history comes to a close on Friday night, with in-form Sevilla and Inter Milan locking horns in Cologne.
Bournemouth have lost all four of their games since the Premier League’s restart. Tonight, they’ll bid to become the first team in the relegation zone to win a home match against a side managed by Jose Mourinho, when Tottenham Hotspur arrive at the Vitality Stadium.
Southampton have only won one of their 20 Premier League trips to Everton, but this evening they will try to break Carlo Ancelotti’s unbeaten record as manager at Goodison Park.
Tonight will see the 50th Premier League meeting between Aston Villa and Manchester United, and Dean Smith’s side will be hoping to register Villa’s fourth Premier League win over the Red Devils.
Liverpool have not scored a goal away from Anfield in seven hours and 42 minutes of play, but the newly-crowned Premier League Champions will be confident of breaking their drought at Brighton tonight.
Manchester City’s focus may now have turned to the UEFA Champions League, but Pep Guardiola’s side can still make club history if they beat Newcastle United in the Premier League this evening.
Wolverhampton Wanderers will look to shore up their place in the Premier League’s top six when they take on Sheffield United at Bramall Lane this evening.