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  • Chris sobey


Another hectic weekend of top quality domestic Premier League and EFL football action ahead, which kicks-off tonight with the live EFL Championship relegation six-pointer between Middlesbrough and Stoke at the Riverside. On Saturday the action kicks off at lunch-time with the traditional live Premier League fixture between fifth from bottom Everton and mid-table Arsenal, which is an important game for both out-of-sorts teams and the EFL lunch-time kick-off is between mid-table Cardiff and third placed Preston at the Cardiff City Stadium.

None of the top-six Premier League teams are in action at 3pm, but the likes of seventh place Sheffield United on twenty-four points and ninth place Crystal Placeon twenty three points, who travel to Brighton and Newcastle respectively, could move in to the top-six if they pick up all three points tomorrow, at least until fifth place Spurs and sixth place Manchester United play on Super Sunday against Chelsea and Watford respectively. The tea-time Premier League kick-off is a top-three clash between reigning Premier League champions and third place Manchester City and second place Leicester City at the Etihad, which should be a high quality, competitive affair as both teams are firing on all cylinders at present.

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