Premier League schedule of match week no.5

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LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 07: A detailed view of the Premier League trophy is seen prior to The FA Community Shield Final between Manchester City and Leicester City at Wembley Stadium on August 07, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by Michael Regan - The FA/The FA via Getty Images)
As Domestic Club football competitions return after the Champions League, we take a look at the upcoming Premier League Schedule for this weekend.
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The English Premier League matches are back this weekend. The Premier League schedule for the 18th and 19th Sept. 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.

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Premier League Schedule for 18th and 19th Sept. weekend:

DateTimeMatchVenueHome Team FormAway Team Form
18/900:30Newcastle V LeedsSt. James’ Park, NewcastleL L D LL D D L
18/917:00Wolves V BrentfordMolineux Stadium, WolverhamptonL L L WW D D L
18/919:30Burnley V ArsenalTurf Moor, BurnleyL L D LL L L W
18/919:30Liverpool V Crystal PalaceAnfield, LiverpoolW W D WL D D W
18/919:30Man City V SouthamptonEtihad Stadium, ManchesterL W W W L D D D
18/919:30Norwich V WatfordCarrow Road, NorwichL L L LW L L L
18/922:00Aston Villa V EvertonVilla Park, BirminghamL W D LW D W W
19/918:30Brighton V LeicesterAmex Stadium, FalmerW W L WW L W L
19/918:30West Ham V Man UtdLondon Stadium, LondonW W D DW D W W
19/921:00Spurs V ChelseaTottenham Hotspur Stadium, LondonW W W LW W D W

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

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To sum it up all, Manchester United would like to continue their winning form and retain the top spot in the table. Tottenham suffered a heavy defeat last time out against Crystal Palace and will look to take all three points from their London counterpart, Chelsea. Arsenal, on the other hand, registered their first victory in Premier League against Norwich and will look to continue their run against Burnley.

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