This weekend the premier league will be returning after several players were in action during the international break.
This weekend will see Liverpool take on Crystal Palace, while Arsenal would be up against Stoke City with Leicester City facing promoted Brighton and Hove Albion while the big is between London rivals Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.
As the Easter holiday draws close (or is at hand), there is the need for (Premier League) viewers to spice up our weekend and the Easter period with the scintillating actions in the Premier League.
That is why the league timetable (fixture) regulator made available some interesting fixtures ahead of this period.
With time ticking ahead of those clashes we evaluate four (4) key matches to watch this weekend as actions returns with Easter (festive) period in the Premier League.
Everton Vs Manchester City
Everton entertains Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City at home as Sam Allardyce would not be taking the visitors for granted knowing fully what the citizens are capable of doing.
Guardiola’s men will be aiming to inflict a danger on the Everton side that held them 1-1 on the opening day of the season (Match Day 1). This later became an advantage for City as the Spanish manager dogged dip to find out some tactical solutions ahead of the season.
This hard work and Everton became a blessing in disguise as it has propelled City to the top of the league standings.
They will certainly want to exploit the advantage and now found rhyme against Everton as Sam Allardyce and his men lie in wait for another test from City this weekend.
Manchester United Vs Swansea City
Manchester United will host Swansea City at Old Trafford Manchester gets set for scintillating 90 minutes on the Easter eve. This will be interesting between both sides as United will be aiming to end the Swansea “nemesis” possibly anytime soon.
This is the best time to put an end to Swansea haunt against the Red Devils especially at home (Old Trafford) as Swansea visit this weekend at the theatre of dreams.
With the influx of Paul Pogba and fellow international teammate Anthony Martial, the chance is all United’s as Swansea visits the host with the threat of relegation (drop) towards the end of the season.
Chelsea Vs Tottenham Hotspur
The blues face a stem test at home as Mauricio Pochettino’s Spur side visit the bridge this weekend.
The Super Sunday clash will be an intriguing 90 minutes contest between both sides as Champions League places is at stake for next season.
Whoever wins the match stands a higher chance of playing in the Europe Elite competition (UEFA) especially from Tottenham Hotspur’s point of view. Spurs are ahead of the Blues on the league table thus giving them a level of advantage and confidence boost going into this game.
Conte and his men must rise up to the occasion otherwise there will be no Champions League football next season at Stanford Bridge.