Saturday’s fixture filled to the brim with another lonely episode taking place on Sunday. The Pressure is on Man United and Liverpool to impress with a solo meeting Sunday, and the last coming in Monday Night Football.
Four fixtures stand out of the eight being played in Saturday’s events. This is besides the main event between the most decorated clubs in English football coming the next day. Previewing the best of the weekend…
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Everton vs. West Ham
The first clash of the day has a lot at stake for the home manager. Adding to Silva’s worries, he faces a strong East London side.
They just came up short before the break in the Chilean’s second London derby of the term.
Crystal Palace put to bed what was meant to be a seven-game undefeated run. Now the Hammers regroup after a tough 2-1 loss but boast a 2019-2020 record of only two losses from eight played. Not the pathetic stat they so shamefully carried on their back last season.
West Ham takes a trip to a Goodison Park, broken, battered, and distorted, who are also in search of their first win from the last five Premier League outings, losing all four of their previous games.
This has led to questions being asked about their manager Silva, with calls this could be his last Everton outing if they don’t take all the points here.