Liverpool handed major BOOST ahead of Leicester clash, Manchester City star man ruled out of action - Premier League preview
Premier League football returns this weekend, and top tier sides will looking to secure the psychological boost of heading into the international break with a positive result. It's been an excellent season thus far, with the drama of VAR adding another layer to the competition's trademark, all-action reputation. Liverpool will look to continue their impressive 100% record with another victory this weekend, but could have their work cut out for them against Brendan Rodger's high-flying Foxes.
Manchester City will be looking to keep up the pace in the title race, and cause some more against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Elsewhere, Chelsea will look to build a winning streak with a win over Southampton, while Manchester United face what could be a tricky trip to the north east to take on Steve Bruce's Newcastle United. Click and scroll your way through the gallery to see our mini-preview for this weekend's Premier League football.
Tammy Abraham is on fire at the moment, scoring seven goals in as many games. He's the joint-second top scorer in the division, and will look to move ahead of Man City's Sergio Aguero (8) with a goal or two against the Saints.
With Spurs' Serge Aurier suspended for the Brighton match, Pochettino has hinted that he could deploy midfielder Moussa Sissoko in the position instead. Brighton's wingers' ears will have pricked up that this news!
After a bright start to the season, the Canaries have lost their last two games on the trot. At home, they'll be looking to get three points against Aston Villa, and Teemu Pukki will be desperate to get back on the scoresheet.
United are under pressure to get a win this weekend, and it'll be all the more difficult with a number of key players out injured. Anthony Martial, Paul Pogba, Luke Shaw, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Jesse Lingard should all miss out.
Liverpool have been sensational so far this season, and having star goalkeeper Alisson back will make them even stronger. Well, it's looking good for the Brazil stopper, who could return this weekend.
The Blades will be looking to pile the misery on struggling Watford this weekend, and they'll have the added bonus of their captain Billy Sharp returning to action. Wilder has confirmed he'll be involved in the match.
With Bournemouth a relatively new top tier side, they've only faced the Gunners nine times, winning just once back in 2018. Eddie Howe's side will need to on form to earn their first ever win at the Emirates Stadium.
Everton are in a fairly rotten run of form, and be desperate to return to winning ways against Burnley. Their manager Marco Silva has backed Jordan Pickford to defy his critics this weekend and put in a top quality performance.
Manchester City will be without Kevin de Bruyne for their clash against Wolves this weekend, after he pulled out of the Belgium squad with an injury. Still, City certainly aren't short of quality to stand in for the midfielder.
Lukasz Fabianski will miss this weekend's clash against Crystal Palace, it has been confirmed. Manuel Pellegrini's side are unbeaten in six league games, but could well struggle without their star man between the sticks.