Premier League returns with hunt for Top Four finish on

Premier League returns on June 17
  • Manchester City take on West Ham as they chase a 20th straight win on Saturday
  • Chelsea vs Manchester United on Sunday headlines the weekend
  • Arsenal travel to Leicester in the other Super Sunday Clash

Premier League returns with the battle for top four headlining the weekend fixtures.

Chelsea are still unbeaten under new boss Thomas Tuchel – but will his impressive start continue against Manchester United on Sunday?

The Blues got an impressive 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid in Europe on Tuesday, but the new boss will get his big test on Sunday against United.

United have been excellent on the road this season and will be hoping to continue with this at Stamford Bridge. Ole Gunnar Solkjaer’s side sit second on the table with 49 points – tied with Leicester City who host Arsenal on Sunday.

A win for Tuchel’s side may propel them to fourth – depending on whether David Moyes’ side will get a result at the Etihad.

Saturday’s fixtures

Manchester City vs West Ham

Pep Guardiola’s side have been on a relentless winning run that has seen them open a ten-point gap at the top of the table.

A win over West Ham on Saturday will see the Citizens extend their 17-game unbeaten top-flight run (W15, D2).

West Ham will head to City at the back of a four-match unbeaten league run that has seen them sit in fourth place.  The Hammers are unbeaten in five Premier League away games (W3, D2) and will be hoping to pick a good result when they take on the league leaders.

Other Fixtures:

West Brom vs Brighton

Leeds vs Aston Villa

Newcastle vs Wolves

Sunday’s Fixtures

Leicester City vs Arsenal

The two sides come into the fixture after contrasting results in Europe – Leicester were knocked out by Slavia Prague while Arsenal picked an impressive 3-2 win to qualify for the last-16 round of the Europa League.

Domestically, the Foxes have enjoyed a better season than the Gunners. Leicester are tied with Manchester United in second while Arsenal are stuck in mid-table.

Mikel Arteta’s side will have to do a lot to contend with Brendan Rodger’s attacking side that beat the Gunners 1-0 at the Emirates back in October.

Other Fixtures

Tottenham vs Burnley

Chelsea vs Manchester United

Sheffield United vs Liverpool

Monday’s Fixtures

Everton vs Southampton