Preview, Bank Holiday Weekend Fixtures in the Premier League

Preview, Bank Holiday Weekend Fixtures in the Premier League

...By Henry George for TDPel Media.

The Premier League is set to have an action-packed weekend over the bank holiday.


With everything from the relegation battle to the title race still in the balance, the ongoing season continues to fascinate fans.

The busy Saturday schedule kicked off without a lunchtime game, but the 3 pm fixtures were full of big games.

Manchester City welcomed Sam Allardyce’s Leeds and emerged as comfortable winners, despite the scoreline suggesting a closer contest.

Both Tottenham and Chelsea returned to winning ways by beating Crystal Palace and Bournemouth, respectively.

Later that day, Liverpool continued their resurgence by defeating Brentford thanks to a first-half goal from Mohamed Salah.

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On Sunday, the action is set to continue with a significant game in the north-east, as Arsenal travels to take on Newcastle United, who have been a formidable force at home this season.


This game has significant implications for both teams.

Arsenal needs to win to keep their faint title hopes alive, while Newcastle United is looking to secure a place in the Champions League for the first time in their history.

Later in the evening, West Ham will play Manchester United in what promises to be an exciting game.

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On Monday, the action will continue with Fulham playing host to a Leicester team that is battling to avoid relegation at Craven Cottage.

With so much still to play for, this weekend’s Premier League fixtures promise to deliver plenty of excitement and drama.

Fans can keep track of the latest scores, fixtures, and results on the Premier League table.

The Premier League is reaching its climax, and there is still so much at stake for many teams.

Manchester City has all but wrapped up the title, but the race for the top four remains open, with several teams still in contention. Meanwhile, the fight to avoid relegation is as tight as ever, and every point counts.

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Fans can expect plenty of drama and excitement over the bank holiday weekend as teams battle it out for crucial points.

The game between Newcastle United and Arsenal is especially intriguing, as both teams have much to play for and will be looking to secure a win.

Ultimately, this weekend could prove to be a pivotal moment in the season for many teams, and fans will be eagerly watching to see how it all unfolds.


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