Saturday offers the best fixtures of Premier League. It is here again and football fans have some great games to feast on. Starting with this weekend, we are firmly into the festive fixture schedule. December is known to be an unkind month for Premier League sides, with games coming thick and fast. Liverpool begin the game-week with a visit to Bournemouth. United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs will then play their games. All of this action will be live on the Potato Streams app.
Who plays on this Premier League Saturday and where?
Bournemouth v Liverpool: The first match of the day will be Liverpool’s visit to Bournemouth. Jurgen Klopp’s team wants to put further pressure on Manchester City and will have to be wary of the hosts.
Burnley v Brighton: Burnley lost to Liverpool in their last game, but Sean Dyche’s team could grind out a result against the seagulls. All they need is the slightest invitation.
Manchester United v Fulham: Good Friend Claudio Ranieri takes his new team to Old Trafford, not a very pleasant place to be. However, it hasn’t been that terrible a place either this season. Will Mourinho find more excuses or will his faithful get the better of embattled Fulham? Catch this 3-PM Kick-off with Potato Streams along with all the other games.
Arsenal v Huddersfield: Arsenal is in great form under new boss Unai Emery. It is also December. Usually, we suspect an implosion at the Emirates, but it looks different now. Watch the gunners when they play Huddersfield without paying anything with Potato Streams.
Cardiff v Southampton: Another simple mid-table fixture. Harder to call the winner in this one though. The Welsh team will look to bounce back at home after losing in London to West Ham.
West Ham United v Crystal Palace: The battle of mid-table London. It’s a Premier League derby and should be a riveting game. If you are neutral, don’t miss this one for the drama it can serve.
Chelsea v Manchester City: There is no game more exciting than the meeting between Chelsea and red-hot City. With free-flowing football, this is the late game on everyone’s watchlist. You don’t want to miss it either, so get Potato Streams and start watching.
Leicester City v Tottenham: Leicester will host Spurs at the King Power Stadium. The Lilywhites will look to consolidate the third spot before looking further up, or down. A win will be the priority but is hard to come by against Leicester. Don’t miss the last game of this Saturday’s Premier League fixtures.
A lot of the Premier League games this Saturday will not be on TV:
Due to the usual 3-PM Kick-off broadcast embargo for the UK, a good chunk of this Saturday’s games and several others will not be broadcast. If you want a cost-effective, registration free means of watching such games get the Potato Streams app. It is streaming every single Premier League fixture and some Championship games for you to watch online, on the go.