Last week, in a very strange Premier League encounter, Bruno Fernandes missed a penalty in the 93rd minute as Manchester United suffered a humiliating defeat against Aston Villa at Old Trafford.
This week, Ole Solskjaer’s men will take on Everton in an attempt to re-assert themselves in the Premier League’s title race.
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On Sunday, October 3, Liverpool and Manchester City will wrestle out in one of the most difficult encounters so far.
Liverpool sit at the top of the table with 14 points, while Pep Guardiola’s men follow closely behind with 13 points.
All eyes may be on the Sunday encounter at Anfield as football enthusiasts wait to see whether Manchester City will unseat The Reds.
The fixtures are below:
Saturday, October 2
Manchester United 12:30 Everton
Chelsea 3:00 Southampton
Wolves 3:00 Newcastle United
Burnley 3:00 Norwich City
Leeds United 3:00 Watford
Brighton 5:30 Arsenal
Sunday, October 3
Tottenham Aston Villa 2:00
West Ham 2:00 Brentford
Crystal Palace 2:00 Leicester City
Liverpool 4:30 Manchester City