Saturday, 22 October 2016

PREMIER LEAGUE WK-9 FIXTURES AND TABLE SUMMARY.

Premier League Week NINE Fixtures and Stat Summary.



As the Premier League enter into the week NINE of the 2016-17 season campaign, here at Punditsport we bring you the fixtures of all the games that will be played on Saturday 22nd of October and on Sunday 23rd of October.

Tottenham Hotspur will be facing Bournemouth in an early day kick off at noon at the Vitality Stadium and they will be without their England striker  Harry Kane as they will be hoping to extend their Premier League unbeaten run so far.
   AFC BOURNEMOUTH vs TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR       (12:30)

Arsenal will welcome Middlebrough at the Emirate stadium in an encounter that will see Wenger's men to fight hard and win the game for  their manager ARSENE WENGER as he turns 67 today match-day. Arsenal  are unbeaten in eight Premier League home games against Middlesbrough (W6, D2).
Middlesbrough last win at Arsenal came in April 2001 for a 3-0 win. Arsenal will be looking to extend their winning run in the Premier League as they are on SIX games winning run.
ARSENAL vs MIDDLESBROUGH        (15:00)

Ronald Koeman will lead his team to the Turf Moor stadium to face Burnley. Everton had a good game last weekend at Etihad stadium when they held Guardiola's men to a 1-1 draw after showing a good display and have their keeper to save spot-kicks from Kevin De Bruyne and Aguero respectively.
Burnley will be without Andre Gray who is on suspension. Ref Mike Jones will be at the center stage to officiate the game.
BURNLEY vs EVERTON          (15:00)

Stoke City will be welcome by Hull City at the KCOM Stadium and hoping to get their second win of the campaign after defeating Sunderland by 2 goals to nothing last weekend. Mark Hughes will provide his strong squad from last weekend victory to see the better off Hull City who are currently having the most players on injury list.
HULL CITY vs STOKE CITY         (15:00)

The English champions Leicester City will be at home to host Crystal Palace at the King Power Stadium. Alan Pardew who is among the nominees of September manager of the month award list after a good run at September will want to continue his good performance to face the Champions and hoping to get the better result which they will need to fight harder and stronger to earn what they want.
Leicester City will want to bounce back from last week defeat to Chelsea after they suffer from a 3-0 loss to Conte's men.
LEICESTER CITY vs CRYSTAL PALACE      (15:00)

Swansea City will welcome Watford at their Liberty Stadium to try and come back from the defeat they suffer in the hand of the Gunners last weekend.
Watford will be looking for another away win after they defeated Middlesbrough last weekend at the Riverside Stadium.
SWANSEA CITY vs WATFORD        (15:00)

West Ham will host Sunderland at the Olympic Stadium to continue from their good performance from last weekend away win at Crystal Palace. Slaven Billic will want to get the better side of today's game as Sunderland are still in the strugle of the season trying to get their first win in the campaign.
WEST HAM UNITED vs SUNDERLAND    (15:00)

Liverpool will welcome West Bromwich Albion at the Afield for today's late kick off encounter, Jurgen Klopp men will fight hard to get their 3-points they desire after a goaless draw on Monday against Mourinho's Manchester United.
LIVERPOOL vs WESTBROMWICH ALBION      (17:30)


 

                 English Premier League

Pos

 

 

Team

P

Pts

1

 

 

Manchester City

8

19

2

 

 

Arsenal

8

19

3

 

 

Tottenham Hotspur

8

18

4

 

 

Liverpool

8

17

5

 

 

Chelsea

8

16

6

 

 

Everton

8

15

7

 

 

Manchester United

8

14

8

 

 

Southampton

8

12

9

 

 

Crystal Palace

8

11

10

 

 

Watford

8

11

11

 

 

AFC Bournemouth

8

11

12

 

 

West Bromwich Albion

8

10

13

 

 

Leicester City

8

8

14

 

 

Burnley

8

7

15

 

 

West Ham United

8

7

16

 

 

Hull City

8

7

17

 

 

Middlesbrough

8

6

18

 

 

Stoke City

8

6

19

 

 

Swansea City

8

4

20

 

 

Sunderland

8

2

 

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