We have a busy weekend of games coming up with matches across Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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The Premier League will take a two-week break after Matchday 7, so make sure you totally immerse yourself in all the action this weekend.
Below you can find previews on all 10 PL games this weekend. Enjoy.
West Ham vs. Middlesbrough
West Ham’s struggles have been widespread and Slaven Bilić is under continual pressure heading into Matchday 7 against Middlesbrough. Ownership has said things need to turn around, but that may not happen this week.
Watford vs. Bournemouth
Watford and Bournemouth, both promoted last season, have quite the history. Will Bournemouth’s momentum carry into Matchday 7?
Burnley vs. Arsenal
Arsene Wenger celebrated 20 years at Arsenal this week and despite Burnley’s ability to frustrate the Gunners, it could be another big win for Arsenal.
Swansea vs. Liverpool
Swansea City enters their Round 7 match against Liverpool under a bit of turmoil, which isn’t a good sign because Jurgen Klopp‘s club is firing on all cylinders.
Hull City vs. Chelsea
Chelsea is looking to bounce back after an embarrassing loss to Arsenal, while Hull City attempts to recreate some of their early season magic.
Tottenham vs. Man. City
Manchester City and Tottenham both enter their Round 7 match with unbeaten records. Will one team leave with their first blemish of the season?
Leicester vs. Southampton
Leicester City has struggled to put together any momentum this season, while Southampton has been on a bit of a roll. Will The Foxes be stunned in Round 7?
Manchester United vs. Stoke City
With Wayne Rooney and Marouane Fellaini on the bench, Man. United comfortably defeated Leicester City, but will their success continue against Stoke?
Sunderland vs. West Brom
Sunderland is still searching for their first win of the 2016-17 Premier League season, while West Brom is coming off of an exciting 1-1 draw with Stoke City.
Everton vs. Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace is flying high after three straight wins, while Everton is looking to bounce back from a loss to Bournemouth.