Right, so 2018 is about to adios away and here we are in the final game week of this year’s Premier League.
‘Tis been the season of twists and turns as it always is in the Premier League, but mostly the outcomes have been predictable as far as big sides are concerned (unless you are a Man United fan!). The big 6 are back occupying the top 6 positions with no surprise entrances this season. At least, not yet!
The Premier League Schedule for December 29 and 30.
Before we get further, here’s the Premier League schedule for Saturday and Sunday (that will, of course, be live on our Potato Streams app!)
Watford vs Newcastle
Brighton vs Everton
Tottenham vs Wolves
Fulham vs Huddersfield
Leicester City vs Cardiff City
Liverpool vs Arsenal
Crystal Palace vs Chelsea
Southampton vs Man City
Burnley vs West Ham
Man United vs Bournemouth
The big game is Liverpool v Arsenal on Potato Streams
The big game we are going to talk about here is, of course, Liverpool vs Arsenal.
Emery’s men made a solid start to this Premier League season and were 22 games unbeaten at one point, before they were hit by their yearly, customary December bug. Unai and co would be hoping to shake off the Pogba (as Mourinho would call it) and get back to the winning ways to remain in their neverending quest of Top 4.
Meanwhile, Klopp’s men are on top of the table and are on course to a historic Premier League trophy. Of course, they are the only team in the last 10 years to be at the top in the Christmas period and then slip away in the tail end of the season. (I swear there’s no pun here!) But let’s forget the history for a second when this could be THE year for the Reds (Again I swear!).
With Pochettino’s men just behind them putting relentless pressure (Damn it puns!), Klopp and co would like to make a mark, more so, when their next fixture is Manchester City!
Potato Streams is your free pass to watch all the Premier League games
Our fans trust Potato Streams for watching live games that are on TV but costly. At other times, Potato Streams is useful because it streams football games live even when they are not televised in the UK. If you want to live stream any of the last Premier League fixtures of the year, get the app today. It’s free!
See you at Match time!