Football News: EPL Match Week5 Fixtures And Predictions
The English Premier League match week 4 will be up and running across 10 different match stadia in England. Chelsea’s visit to the New Tottenham Stadium seems the biggest of them all. informationguidenigeria
Friday 17 September 2021
Newcastle 20:00 Leeds (draw)
Saturday 18 September 2021
Wolves 12:30 Brentford (Wolves win)
Burnley 15:00 Arsenal ( Arsenal win)
Liverpool 15:00 Crystal Palace (Liverpool win)
Man City 15:00 Southampton (City win)
Norwich 15:00 Watford (Norwich win)
Aston Villa 17:30 Everton (draw)
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Sunday 19 September 2021
Brighton 14:00 Leicester (Leicester win) Dollar to Naira
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