EPL Week 4 and La Liga Week 3 Preview

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Fresh off the International break, club football

will resume in full swing across the different

leagues in the world. The English Premier

League will kick off with probably the most

attacking-display of football in the league so

far, when Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City

hosts Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool – who

defeated Arsenal 4-0 before the international


Arsenal will host Bournemouth in a bid to try

and redeem themselves, Everton will take on

struggling Tottenham Hostpurs, while 2015/16

champions Leicester City will host defending

champions Chelsea simultaneously in the

afternoon goal-rush matches. Late kickoff will

see league leaders Manchester United travel

to Stoke City.

See the full fixture schedule below:


12:30 Manchester City v Liverpool

15:00 Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth

15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion v West

Bromwich Albion

15:00 Everton v Tottenham Hotspur

15:00 Leicester City v Chelsea

15:00 Southampton v Watford

17:30 Stoke City v Manchester United


13:30 Burnley v Crystal Palace

16:00 Swansea City v Newcastle United


20:00 West Ham United v Huddersfield Town

La Liga defending champions Real Madrid will

host Levante, rivals Atletico Madrid will travel

to in-form Valencia, while the Cataluyan debut

will light the country of Spain as Barcelona

hosts neighbours Espanyol.

See the full fixture list below:

September 8

20:00 Leganes v Getafe

September 9

12:00 Real Madrid v Levante

15:15 Valencia v Atletico Madrid

17:30 Sevilla v Eibar

19:45 Barcelona v Espanyol

September 10

11:00 Deportivo La Coruna v Real Sociedad

15:15 Athletic Bilbao v Girona

17:30 Celta Vigo v Alaves

19:45 Villarreal v Real Betis

September 11

20:00 Malaga v Las Palmas

All the matches will show in Nigeria on the

various SuperSport channels on DSTv

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