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The Premier League returns from the international break with one of the games of the season taking centre stage on Sunday, as Manchester United host north west rivals Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp’s impeccable EPL leaders have won all eight league fixtures so far this season as they bid to usurp reigning champions Manchester City.
James Milner’s last-gasp penalty sealed a dramatic win over impressive Leicester at Anfield to maintain their perfect start a fortnight ago.
United can only dream of such sunny uplands.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer comes into the rival clash under heavy pressure in the Red Devils’ dugout following a torrid start to the new campaign.
A worst domestic start in 30 years was capped two weeks ago by a 1-0 loss at struggling Newcastle, with United loitering in 12th and without a win in three.
Defending title holders City play one of the eight Saturday fixtures, contesting the late kick off away to Crystal Palace.
Pep Guardiola’s off-colour side suffered their second shock defeat of the campaign last time out when they were picked off by visiting Wolves at the Etihad Stadium.
They return to domestic action a troubling eight points behind Liverpool at the top.
Palace are only two points behind their visitors after a storming run of form under veteran boss Roy Hodgson.
The Eagles are sixth in the table and have won their last two.
Action the other side of the River Thames sees Tottenham in desperate need of a pick-me-up against Watford.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men have lost two of their last three, including a 3-0 humiliation at Brighton, to leave them scratching around in ninth in the pile.
They host a Hornets side without a win and on to their second coach as they make the short trip south to London.
Chelsea are also at home in the capital on Sunday as they welcome Newcastle, fresh from their slaying of Manchester United.
Frank Lampard’s Blues are encouraging in fifth place, having won three of their last four.
Also going well are third-placed Arsenal, who make a Monday night trip to promoted Sheffield United.
A veritable feast on Saturday sees fourth play seventh when Burnley go to Leicester.
Brendan Rodgers’ side could have been even loftier had they clung on at Anfield two weeks ago, while the Clarets made it four unbeaten by sneaking a win over Everton.
The Toffees kick off the Premier League weekend in the early Saturday game as they host West Ham.
Manuel Pellegrini’s Hammers have also enjoyed a promising start to the season – and will be looking to pile the pressure on under-fire chief Marco Silva at Goodison Park.
Wolves return to home comforts as they look to build on their improving form at Molineux.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side host a Southampton side who have lost their last three to sit 17th on the log.
Brighton are out to build on their shock victory over the champions as they travel to Aston Villa, who managed a 5-1 thumping of Norwich last time out.
The Canaries are away to inconsistent Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.
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