We move into the round 13 of the Barclays Premier League, and once again, we’ve some cracking games to look forward to this weekend.
The pick of the bunch being Liverpool’s visit to Etihad, where the Reds haven’t won since 2008/09.
Chelsea, badly in search of victories, welcome Norwich City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. The Blues are without a win in their last three league matches, and another defeat could prove to be a fatal blow for their top four aspirations.
Arsenal, Manchester United, and Leicester City will be looking to consolidate their position in the league table, when they face West Brom, Watford and Newcastle respectively.
All eyes will be on the Leicester striker Jamie Vardy, who is on the verge of creating a new history in the Premier League.
By scoring in nine consecutive games, he has already become the first Englishman to have achieved the feat, and should he score against the Magpies, he will share the record of scoring in 10 consecutive games with Manchester United legend Ruud Van Nistelrooy.
Let’s check out all the fixtures from Premier League Week 13:
Premier League Week 13: Fixtures, Date, Time & TV Schedule
Watford vs Manchester United (Saturday 21st November / 12:45pm / BT Sport 1)
Chelsea vs Norwich (Saturday 21st November / 15:00 pm / NBCSN)
Everton vs Aston Villa (Saturday 21st November / 15:00 pm)
Newcastle United vs Leicester (Saturday 21st November / 15:00 pm)
Southampton vs Stoke (Saturday 21st November / 15:00 pm)
Swansea vs Bournemouth (Saturday 21st November / 15:00 pm)
West Bromwich Albion vs Arsenal (Saturday 21st November / 15:00 pm / NBCSN)
Manchester City vs Liverpool (Saturday 21st November / 17:30 pm / Sky Sports 1 HD)
Tottenham vs West Ham (Sunday 22nd November / 16:00 pm / Sky Sports 1 HD)
Ahead of Week 13, Let us take a look at the Updated EPL Table after week 12
Week 13 Betting Tips: Top 10 Premier League Stats
* Manchester United have won their last six matches against Watford in all competitions
* Chelsea are undefeated in their last 11 matches against Norwich in all competitions.
* Aston Villa have lost their last 5 away matches in the Premier League.
* Leicester are undefeated in 15 of their last 16 matches in the Premier League.
* Southampton are undefeated in their last 6 matches in the Premier League.
* Bournemouth have lost their last 4 away matches in the Premier League.
* Arsenal are undefeated in their last 10 matches against West Brom in all competitions.
* Man City have won 12 of their last 13 home matches in the Premier League.
* Tottenham are undefeated in their last 11 matches in the Premier League.
Stats courtesy – Whoscored.com
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Manchester City vs Liverpool
City hold a psychological advantage over Liverpool. Manuel Pellegrini’s side are enjoying an impressive record at home, winning five games already in the league. Furthermore, they are unbeaten at home against Liverpool in the league since 2008/09. Read more on Man City vs Liverpool preview.
Chelsea vs Norwich
Jose Mourinho could not have asked for a better fixture after the international break, as he prepares to take Chelsea back to winning ways.
— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) November 6, 2015
Norwich have a terrible away record in the league – the Canaries haven’t won in 16 of their last 17 away games. Also, they have a poor record against Chelsea, having failed to win against the Blues in last 11 games. Can they pull up a shock result? Read more here.
Watford vs Manchester United
This should be an interesting game, as both the teams have struggled this season to score enough goals.
Watford have picked up eight points at home this season, but they’ve scored just three goals at Vicarage Road, lowest in the league alongside Aston Villa. Read more here.
West Brom vs Arsenal
The Gunners hold the best away record in the league. Arsene Wenger’s men have won five of their six away games, more than any other side in the league. Furthermore, they’re unbeaten in their last 10 meetings against the Baggies, which makes them a strong favourite to win this fixture. Read more here.