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Tuesday 11 September 2018
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English Premier League Log

Pos Team Pl SD Pts
1. Man City 12 +31 32
2. Liverpool FC 12 +18 30
3. Chelsea 12 +19 28
4. Spurs 12 +10 27
5. Arsenal 12 +11 24
6. Bournemouth 12 +5 20
7. Watford 12 +3 20
8. Man United 12 -1 20
9. Everton 12 +4 19
10. Leicester 12 +1 17

Fixtures

Saturday, 24 November 2018
Burnley vs Newcastle
12:16 | Turf Moor, Burnley
West Ham vs Man City
17:00 | London Staduim, East London
Watford vs Liverpool FC
17:00 | Vicarage Road, Watford
Spurs vs Chelsea
17:00 | Wembley Stadium (temporary), London
Man United vs Crystal Palace
17:00 | Old Trafford, Manchester

Previous Reviews

  • A Point To Prove

    I was expecting a good game, but not one as intense as that. Both teams went into that fixture with the intent of winning, but at the end of the day they both came out with the same result. I was real nervous for this game to be honest, but as kick off drew closer I grew more and more excited, especially after I saw the team Emery was putting out on the day.

  • A Point at Palace

    I woke up on Sunday morning feeling a sense of excitement, but also a slight sense of nervousness. Arsenal were fast approaching a club record for most consecutive wins and as we got nearer, I was more on edge. I wasn’t feeling too confident about the game to be completely honest, but I was praying that the Gunners would put my doubts to bed once again, as they’ve done for the last 11 games.

  • Number 10 Strikes Again

    Monday night games are the worst. Waiting an entire weekend to see your team play is not fun. However, these games do give you the chance to enjoy your weekend fully, and there’s no chance of it being f**ked up should your team lose. The Arsenal of old may have caused us a salty weekend, but these days that’s not the case, as all Arsenal fans love witnessing the change that Emery’s brought to the team.

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