Match day 8 in the English Premier League, who, when and where. - Lets

Matchday 8 brings fans a big weekend of football matches starting Saturday 5th October.  One London Derby is being played with West Ham v Crystal Palace, otherwise the weekend will be telling as to which clubs will strengthen their standings in the league table.

Who is playing on Match day 8, when and where? Also where can you catch the match.

Brighton v Tottenham, 12.30PM at Fulmer Stadium.

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At 3pm the following matches kick off.

Norwich City v Aston Villa, at, Carrow Road.

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Watford v Sheffiled United, at, Vicarage Road.

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Burnley FC v Everton, at, Turf Moor.

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Liverpool v Leicester City, at, Anfield.

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West Ham v Cyrstal Palace kicks of at 5.30PM, London Stadium.

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Sunday 6th October brings;

at 2PM,

Southampton v Cheslea, at St Mary’s Stadium

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Man City v Wolves, City of Manchester Stadium

Arsenal v Bournemouth, Emirates Stadium

, and,

Newcastle United v Man United at 4.30PM, St James’ Park.

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Note. Now TV offer a sports pass for a day, week or month.

Liverpool, Man City, Leicester City, Arsenal and West Ham will all be looking to cement positions in the top 5.

After match day 7 the top 5 positions in the English Premier League where as follows; Liverpool, Man City, Leicester City, West Ham, and Tottenham.

West Ham have still not lost any matches but lag on goal difference. Liverpool continue their winning streak.  West Ham and Liverpool are the only clubs who have no lost a match so far this season.  Tottenham having lost two matches since the start of the season will be wanting to cement their top five position and improve on it.

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