Five Premier League games are coming your way at 10 a.m. ET on Saturday, with plenty of tasty matches on the slate.
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Saturday, 10 a.m. ET kick offs
Manchester City vs. Southampton – (Saturday, 10 a.m. ET, NBCSN) – [STREAM]
Injury-hit City will look to rebound from that crushing home defeat to Liverpool last week, while Saints also need to get back on track but Graziano Pelle is missing.
Sunderland vs. Stoke City – (Saturday, 10 a.m. ET, USA) – [STREAM]
The Black Cats put in a composed defensive display away at Palace on Monday to win, while Stoke have won two-straight games and victory could take them into the top six.
Aston Villa vs. Watford – (Saturday, 10 a.m. ET, Premier League Extratime) – [STREAM]
Boy, it’s getting serious for Villa. Remi Garde’s side were battered at Everton last week and Jack Grealish is in trouble. Watford are solid and will fancy this, big time.
Bournemouth vs. Everton – (Saturday, 10 a.m. ET, Premier League Extratime) – [STREAM]
The Cherries are without a win in seven and let a 2-0 lead slip at Swansea last week. Everton are flying after a 4-0 win over Villa with Lukaku and Barkley running the show.
Crystal Palace vs. Newcastle – (Saturday, 10 a.m. ET, Premier League Extratime) – [STREAM]
Alan Pardew facing his former team and even though the Eagles are struggling to score goals, they’re in a much healthier position than relegation-haunted Newcastle.
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Leicester City are top of the Premier League and they host second-place Manchester United at the King Power Stadium (Watch live, 12:30 p.m. ET on NBC and online via Live Extra) on Saturday.
With Jamie Vardy equaling Ruud van Nistelrooy’s PL record of scoring in 10-straight games, can the man who was playing non-league soccer a few years ago set a new record against the Red Devils to keep the Foxes top of the table?
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As for United, Louis Van Gaal‘s remain strong defensively and have been grinding out wins. Can they keep it up and mount a serious challenge for the title?
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Alex Teixeira could be a Chelsea player as soon as the January transfer window opens.
The Shakhtar midfielder, 25, has said the clubs are “deep” into talks to sign him with the Daily Express in England claiming that a $45 million deal is being negotiated as Jose Mourinho tries to bolster his side for the second half of the season.
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Teixeira has scored 23 goals in 23 games for the Ukrainian outfit this season and the Brazilian would certainly slot in at Stamford Bridge with plenty of his countrymen to help him settle into life in England.
With reports claiming that Mourinho is looking at alternatives to Diego Costa up front, plus the duo having a disagreement during Chelsea’s UEFA Champions League win in midweek, it seems like the Blues really are looking to strengthen in attack as they try to overcome a shocking start to the season which has left them languishing in the bottom half of the table and 12 points off the top four.
Other reports claim that Mourinho wants more from Costa in attack but it’s likely he will remain at the Bridge as the focal point in the Blues’ attack.
Teixeira, who has been at Shakhtar since 2010, could play just in-behind Costa and help reignite Chelsea’s season. He has scored 85 goals in 218 games for the Ukrainian powerhouse and could follow in the footsteps of his former teammate and countryman Willian in making the switch to Chelsea. That worked out for everyone involved in the past and with Chelsea desperate for reinforcements, despite Mourinho saying on Friday that he doesn’t expect to make any transfers, Teixeira could well be another Shakhtar player who could flourish for a top European club (see, Douglas Costa, Willian, Henrikh Mkhitaryanand, Luiz Adriano et al.).
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho isn’t worried about Diego Costa‘s lack of goals this season, but he does know the problem.
Costa scored the winner against Norwich last time out, but has just three goals on the year and has looked frustrated often in recent matches. And the boss believes there’s still work to be done with Costa, particularly off the ball.
“Everything is OK, no problem, no problem,” Mourinho said in his pre-match press conference before Chelsea visits Spurs on Sunday. “But he’s not reading the game properly in these actions. That was my opinion. As a striker he must read. You have to play not only when you have the ball but when others have the ball. You have to anticipate things and read the game faster. Everything is an accumulation [of confidence]. You’re not on fire again just because you’ve scored a winning goal against Norwich. It’s all a process.”
Mourinho exploded at Costa in the waning moments of Chelsea’s 4-0 win over Maccabi Tel Aviv, with the manager focused on improving the Spaniard’s effort level.
“In the game I told him, from a distance, that I was not happy with the movement he did,” Mourinho said. “He told me a few nice words from where he was. And nothing happened.”
Despite the manager’s frustrations, Costa could be the only option on Sunday. Radamel Falcao is injured and Loic Remy’s wife is scheduled to give birth soon, leaving Chelsea’s main man as maybe the only man.
The match against Spurs is a huge one for the Blues. Chelsea seems to have recovered slightly from its early-season tumble down the table, but their only two wins since the 2-0 victory over Arsenal in mid-September have been against Aston Villa and Norwich, and a marquee win would see them firmly announce an intention to return to last season’s form. The competition will be stiff, as Spurs’ high press could frustrate Costa, potentially sending him into another mood. But it could also give him opportunities should the hosts slip on Sunday.