Premier League Logo
  • Huddersfield Town v Tottenham Hotspur, 30 September
    Huddersfield Town v Tottenham Hotspur, 30 September Spurs can win their first four away trips in a league campaign for the first time since 1960/61 (W8)
  • AFC Bournemouth v Leicester City, 30 September
    AFC Bournemouth v Leicester City, 30 September Vardy has found the net three times in six league appearances against the Cherries
  • Manchester United v Crystal Palace, 30 September
    Manchester United v Crystal Palace, 30 September Manchester United have not lost in 16 Premier League meetings with Crystal Palace (W13 D3 L0)
  • Stoke City v Southampton, 30 September
    Stoke City v Southampton, 30 September Saints can start a league season with a clean sheet in each of their first three away matches for the first time in their Football League history
  • West Bromwich Albion v Watford, 30 September
    West Bromwich Albion v Watford, 30 September Watford are seeking a fourth successive PL away win. They have already set a new club record of three consecutive top-flight away victories
  • West Ham United v Swansea City, 30 September
    West Ham United v Swansea City, 30 September Swansea can become the fourth team to keep a clean sheet in each of their first four away matches of a PL season, after Man Utd in 1997/98, Leicester in 2000/01 and Chelsea in 2004/05
  • Chelsea v Manchester City, 30 September
    Chelsea v Manchester City, 30 September Pep Guardiola has faced Chelsea seven times as a manager in all competitions and failed to win any (D4 L3) in normal time; more than against any other side
  • Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion, 1 October
    Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion, 1 October Arsene Wenger will beat Sir Alex Ferguson's record of defeating 44 different PL opponents if Arsenal win against the Seagulls
  • Everton v Burnley, 1 October
    Everton v Burnley, 1 October If Burnley win they will surpass their away points tally for the 2016/17 Premier League (7), having picked up five points on the road so far this term
  • Newcastle United v Liverpool, 1 October
    Newcastle United v Liverpool, 1 October Newcastle have won four of their last six home PL matches v Liverpool (D1 L1), winning their last two without conceding a goal

Cookies on PremierLeague.com

The Premier League website employs cookies to make our website work and improve your user experience. Essential cookies are required for the operation of our website. You may disable these but this may affect website functionality. Non-essential cookies help us improve the functionality of our website by collecting information and reporting on your use of the website as well as improving your user experience. You can manage your cookie settings and switch off non-essential cookies via the “Manage Settings” below.

Manage Settings
I accept cookies from this site