6 December, 2013 - 09:40

Arsenal v Everton. Premier League fixtures

Arsenal v Everton. Premier League fixtures

Premier League marathon goes on as clubs are set for a third match in the competition inside a week.

Arsenal vs Everton
The Gunners have won all but the first of their matches at the Emirates in current campaign and kept clean sheets in the last three games. The Toffees, however, did not concede in their last three matches on the road, including the visit to Old Trafford on Wednesday. Arsene Wenger won 14 out of 17 last home matches against the Liverpool side. Arsenal continue their amazing start of the season and lie four points clear at the top with Everton among the chasing group. The managers have no fresh injury concerns and surprisingly Leighton Baines’ absence is not so disappointing with introduction of Costa-Rican Bryan Oviedo, who has been great at fullback and scored a late winner against United.

Manchester United vs Newcastle United
United must bounce back quickly after a disastrous start of the the season should they want to finish in the Champions League zone. Wayne Rooney’s 1-match suspension is a huge blow for David Moyes as the England international has been a main striking power for the Red Devils recently. Robin van Persie’s return to the roster is still doubtful. Newcastle have poor record at Old Trafford wining on none of their last twenty-nine visits. Mathieu Debuchy serves suspension and will not be able to help his club.

Southampton vs Manchester City
The Saints lost their last three matches in Premier League after an impressive start. On Saturday they host Manchester City who seem to have found their away form after a 3-2 victory over West Brom on Wednesday. Vincent Kompany is set for return from injury, while Mauricio Pochettino has many concerns in Ward-Prowse, Wanyama, Clyne and Schneiderlin.

Manchester United v Newcastle United
Crystal Palace v Cardiff City
Liverpool v West Ham United
Southampton v Manchester City
Stoke City v Chelsea
West Bromwich Albion v Norwich City
Sunderland v Tottenham Hotspur
Fulham v Aston Villa
Arsenal v Everton
Swansea City v Hull City

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Author: Leon Smolski

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6 December 2013, 11:19

United actually played well against Everton, I'd say the players gave their 100 per cent. The problem is that Fergie could make average players perform on world-class level, now their 100% is not enough to beat Everton..

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