Premier League Matchweek 8: Full fixture and schedule in Indian Time

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The festival of football returns as it is the English Premier League Matchweek. We take a look at the fixtures of this weekend and matches to look out for.
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The English Premier League matchweek 8 is a few hours away. The Premier League schedule for the 16th and 17th October weekend will feature some of the biggest fixtures. Hence, we focus on the upcoming matches for the weekend; where to watch, recent forms, and much more. We will also take a look at the matches to look out for.

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Premier League Matchweek 8 fixtures:

DateTimeMatchVenueHome Team FormAway Team Form
16/1017:00Watford vs
WatfordW W D W WL W W W D
16/1019:30Aston Villa vs
BirminghamW D W W WL W D L W
16/1019:30Leicester vs
Man Utd
LeicesterW D W W LW W D W W
16/1019:30 Man City vs
ManchesterL D D L DW D W W W
16/1019:30 Norwich vs
NorwichW L W L LL L L L L
16/1019:30Southampton vs LeedsSouthamptonW D W W W W W D W W
16/1022:00Brentford vs
BrentfordW W L W WL L L W L
17/1018:30Everton vs
West Ham
Liverpool W D W W L W W W L L
17/1021:00Newcastle vs SpursNewcastleL D D D DL L L W W
19/1000:30Arsenal vs
Crystal Palace
LondonW W L W WW W D W W

All the matches will be available on Disney+ Hotstar and Star Sports Select HD.

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Matches to Look out for:

#1. Leicester vs Man United: United is facing injury problems at center-back, with both Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane out, though the former issued a positive update about his fitness this week.

The England defender said: “I still haven’t trained yet with the squad, but I am getting better, I am progressing as I should be. It is obviously a frustrating injury for me to get, but I am progressing and I will be back on the pitch soon.”

Fred and Edinson Cavaniare expected to return from international duty too late to feature, with Brazil facing Uruguay in the early hours of Friday morning. Unsurprisingly, Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes are both selected too while the remaining position is between Mason Greenwood and Jadon Sancho.

#2. Brentford vs Chelsea: The international break has left Chelsea sweating over the fitness of Romelu Lukaku (fatigue) and Antonio Rudiger (back), with both players missing the second game of their countries’ action this week.

Thiago Silva will also likely return too late from Brazil duty, due to Thursday night’s game against Uruguay ending less than 48 hours before this match. N’Golo Kante should be back after suffering from Covid-19, however, with Reece James pushing to be involved after returning to training.

Vitaly Janelt (thigh) and Kristoffer Ajer (hamstring) are doubts for Brentford with Mads Sorensen (knee) and Josh Dasilva (hip) missing. Shandon Baptiste (shoulder) is also likely to be unavailable.

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