There’s a bumper weekend of footballing action this weekend as Liverpool travel to the Emirates on Saturday lunchtime while Sergio Aguero will be looking to continue his superb scoring record as Manchester City pay a visit to the Reebok to face Bolton.
Elsewhere, in the Championship the big game of the weekend sees a massive encounter at Upton Park as Sam Allardyce’s West Ham side come up against Simon Grayson’s Leeds, and with both teams predicted to do well this year we could be in for a classic on Sunday afternoon.
Its also the Tyne derby as Sunderland and Steve Bruce come up against Alan Pardew and his Newcastle side, and with the Black Cats making some shrewd investments during the summer with the capture of Man Utd duo Wes Brown and Jon O’Shea to complement Asamoah Gyan in attack, the Stadium of Light should be jumping.
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Chelsea take on Roy Hodgeson’s West Brom in the evening kickoff on Saturday as Fernando Torres looks to get his Premiership campaign off an running with a goal. The Baggies are no pushovers these days but will have to put in a stirling effort if they are to come away with a result from the Bridge.
Elswhere, Swansea City will welcome back former manager Roberto Martinez as Brendan Rogers’s side face Wigan. The Spaniard left the Liberty in acrimonius circumstances in 2009 but did set the foundations for the Swansea success story.
Whether the fans remember that will be another thing, however all that will be forgotten if last season’s Championship top goalscorer Danny Graham gets off the mark and shoots the Swans to victory.
Monday night gets even better, as Manchester United face Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford. Alex Ferguson has been rocked with the news that Nemanja Vidic is out for five weeks, and with Rio Ferdinand once again struggling Harry Redknapp may seize a chance.
Spurs brushed aside Hearts in their Europa League game midweek and will be looking to draw a line under the Luca Modric transfer saga, which is threatening to cast a shadow over the opening weeks of their season.
That game rounds offer a superb weekend of footballing action which should keep football fans content for another week at least!