This weekend Premier League action returns as Manchester United host Chelsea at Old Trafford couple with some top matches around the English territory as the season continues to unfold.
Last weekend saw a couple of FA Cup matches but all eyes will be keen to see what happens this weekend as the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Everton and Liverpool are all in action in this week’s Match Day 28 ties.
There are series of a mouthwatering clash in the Premier League but we take a look at arguably the key match that will capture the attention of viewers around the world this weekend.
On this note, we evaluate the key matches to look forward to this weekend.
Liverpool vs. West Ham United
Anfield welcomes West Ham United this weekend as hostilities ensue among both sides in the Premier League.
This match pitches Jurgen Klopp against David Moyes as both Managers seeks to prove their tactical bonus on the field of play.
However, top talents will be on the show as the likes of Javier Hernandez (Chicharito), former Liverpool forward Andy Carroll would be up against the home side.
In the end, the 90 minute will decide the outcome of the match as the host got their own ammunition that can do the damage against West Ham United as Mohamed Salah and his colleague Sadio Mane lead the Liverpool attacking front.
Watford vs Everton
The Hornets hosts Everton in one of the star matches of the weekend as Theo Walcott continues to flourish at the Merseyside Club following his move from Arsenal in January (winter) transfer.
The host presents a tough task for Sam Allardyce and his Everton side as they have proven a tough nut to crack at the Vicarage Road.
Watford held the Reds to a 3-3 draw at the Vicarage Road despite trailing Liverpool (2-3) during the course of the match.
Also, Watford 4-1 defeat over League Champions Chelsea says it all as Gerard Deulofeu (in particular) and Roberto Pereyra masterminded a 4-1(famous) win at home over Antonio Conte’s men.
This is what Everton will be up against when they visit this weekend with Wayne Rooney expected to lead the lines alongside Omar Niasse for Sam Allardyce’s Everton side.
Manchester United vs. Chelsea
The match presents two of the top Managers in the modern game, the chance to flex some tactical muscles in the Coaching dugout.
It promises to be an intriguing encounter as Old Trafford expects fireworks and quality display from both teams when the ball is set into play.
Chelsea won 1-0 at Stamford Bridge courtesy of Alvaro Morata’s header (via the Spanish connection) after been set-up with an inviting cross midway into United’s half by Spanish right-back Cesar Azpilicueta as the Spaniard(Morata) finished expertly for the only goal of the game.
This will be another chance for both sides to show what they are made of couple with the recent transfer acquisition from both sides (United and Chelsea)that saw the likes of Arsenal players like Alexis Sanchez (Manchester United) and French forward Olivier Giroud (Chelsea) joining from Arsenal this January.