It’s Match Day 14 in the Premier League and Chelsea currently lead the way. We preview every fixture including the clash between Man City and the league leaders.

Last week Chelsea kept their one point lead at the top of the table after a 2-1 win over London rivals Spurs. Goals from Pedro and Moses cancelled out Christian Eriksen’s opener.

Liverpool kept tabs on Conte’s men by beating Sunderland 2-0; Origi and Milner scored but Coutinho was taken off and could miss five weeks.

A Sergio Aguero double was enough for Manchester City to see off Burnley, while Arsenal beat Bournemouth 3-1 to stay in the chase.

Sunderland fell back to the bottom of the league following their defeat, they were bypassed by Swansea City who won only their second game in a thrilling 5-4 victory over Crystal Palace.

Hull City remain in the final relegation spot after a 1-1 draw with West Brom. Palace are level on points with the Tigers but have a vastly superior goal difference.



Saturday 3 December

Manchester City v Chelsea

Kick-off time: 12:30

Venue: Etihad Stadium

TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1

Man City remain in touching distance of the league leaders and their opponents going into the early game. Whoever wins this will be top, at least until the 15:00 fixtures kick off. City beat Burnley 2-1 last week courtesy of a Sergio Aguero brace, their second win in a row. Chelsea saw off Spurs 2-1; it was their first meeting since tensions boiled over last season and Leicester were handed the title. Goals from Pedro and Moses sealed the three points for Conte.

Crystal Palace v Southampton

Kick-off time: 15:00

Venue: Selhurst Park

Palace continued their terrible run of form as they fell to their sixth defeat in a row. In a 5-4 thriller against Swansea they conceded two goals in added time to throw away a vital three points. Alan Pardew’s men are now only out of the relegation zone on goal difference and two points above Swansea. Southampton saw off a struggling Everton 1-0 to claim their first win in five games. Ronald Koeman didn’t have a happy return to St Mary’s as Charlie Austin scored the winning-goal after just 41 seconds.

Stoke City v Burnley

Kick-off time: 15:00

Venue: Bet365 Stadium

Stoke bounced back from last week’s defeat to Bournemouth by beating Watford 1-0. A Gomes own-goal was enough to separate the two sides. Mark Hughes’ side have only lost one of their last eight, a run which has seen them rise to 11th. Burnley took the lead against Man City last week but a Sergio Aguero brace left them with nothing. It’s their second defeat in a row after their 4-0 thrashing at West Brom.

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Sunderland v Leicester City

Kick-off time: 15:00

Venue: Stadium of Light

Sunderland couldn’t pick up their third win in a row as they visited Anfield. David Moyes’ side could only manage one shot on target in the match with the result seeing them drop back to the bottom of the league after Swansea’s late win. Leicester continued their winless run, it’s now four games without a victory following their 2-2 draw with Middlesbrough.

Tottenham Hotspur v Swansea City

Kick-off time: 15:00

Venue: White Hart Lane

Spurs missed the chance to keep within a point of North London rivals, Arsenal, as they lost at Stamford Bridge. It was their first defeat of the season ending their 12-game unbeaten-streak. Swansea ended their long-standing run too with a late-win over Crystal Palace; their first win since the opening day of the season and Bob Bradley’s first victory since taking over as boss.

West Bromwich Albion v Watford

Kick-off time: 15:00

Venue: The Hawthorns

West Brom haveseen a good run of form recently taking seven points from their last three games. Their 1-1 draw with Hull last week saw Gareth McAuley score the opener before Michael Dawson equalised for their opponents. Watford didn’t have the best week as they lost 1-0 to Stoke and had Miguel Britos sent off at the end. The Hornets are still in 8th however only two points off Manchester United in 6th.

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West Ham v Arsenal

Kick-off time: 17:30

Venue: London Stadium

TV Coverage: BT Sport 1

West Ham are still lingering above the drop zone despite gaining a point at Old Trafford. It only took the Hammers two minutes to take the lead after Diafra Sakho headed home a Payet cross before Ibrahimovic equalised. Slaven Bilic’s side have taken two points from their last four games. Arsenal are three points off the league leaders after their 3-1 win over Bournemouth; an Alexis Sanchez brace and a Theo Walcott goal sealed the three points at the Emirates.

Sunday 4 December

Bournemouth v Liverpool

Kick-off time: 13:30

Venue: Vitality Stadium

TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1

Bournemouth lost their third game in four matches after a 3-1 defeat at the Emirates; Eddie Howe’s side couldn’t capitalise on their win at Stoke the week before. The Cherries are in 12th with maximum points taking them as high as 8th if results go their way. Liverpool remain one point behind Chelsea at the top after their 2-0 win over Sunderland but they lost Phillipe Coutinho for five weeks. Jurgen Klopp’s side have won four of their last five games but will miss the silky Brazilian.

Everton v Manchester United

Kick-off time: 16:00

Venue: Goodison Park

TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1

Everton have yet to recapture the form that they started the season with; they sit in 7th despite only winning one of their last eight games. Ronald Koeman had a disappointing return to his old club as the Toffees lost 1-0. United are one point above Everton after their 1-1 draw last week and could go within one point of Spurs with a win. However, Wayne Rooney won’t return to his boyhood side after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season against West Ham in midweek.

Monday 5 December

Middlesbrough v Hull City

Kick-off time: 20:00

Venue: Riverside Stadium

TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1

Two of the promoted sides do battle in the final fixture of the game week with only one point separating them. Three points will be vital for either side with both teams only winning once in their last 11. Boro took a point from the defending champions as they drew 2-2 with Leicester, conceding a 94th minute penalty. Hull rescued a point at home against West Brom, with Michael Dawson equalising.

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