The Barclays Premier League schedule is back in action on Wednesday and there are a number of teams that will be playing, including Manchester United, Everton, Tottenham, Fulham and Liverpool as well as Stoke City, Norwich City, Newcastle United as well as Manchester City and Aston Villa.
The schedule on Tuesday has some tough matchups for teams, including Arsenal taking on Hull City, as the Gunners are leading the table in the EPL, while Man U and Everton will go at it from Old Trafford, while the Gunners will be playing at home at Emirates Stadium. Liverpool and Norwich City are playing at Anfield, while Aston Villa and Southampton will be playing at The Friends Provident St Mary's Stadium. Stoke City and Cardiff City will be matching up at Britannia Stadium, while Sunderland and Chelsea will be playing at the Stadium of Light before Swansea City and Newcastle United are hitting the pitch at Liberty Stadium.
The final two matchups of the day has Fulham taking on Tottenham at Craven Cottage, while West Bromwich Albion and Manchester City will be playing at The Hawthorns and these matchups are all big on Tuesday. Arsenal is currently leading the EPL table by four points over Chelsea and behind the Blues are Manchester City and Liverpool, followed by Everton and Newcastle United with Southampton and Manchester United rounding out the top eight. Man U and Tottenham need to start putting together some better results as they try and move up the table, while teams like Cardiff and Stoke City need to keep moving up and so does Fulham, as they are in the bottom part of the standings now.
The weekend schedule saw some nice games and results, as Tottenham and Manchester United played to a 2-2 draw and that match was one of the most entertaining of the day. The two sides went back and forth throughout the match and after Kyle Walker started things off, Wayne Rooney tied it up with the Spurs and after Sandro put them ahead again, Rooney came through with his second goal to get the draw and that was a huge result for Manchester after dropping down 2-1 in the match.
Liverpool suffered an upset against Hull City after getting just one goal from Steven Gerrard, while Jake Livermore and David Meyler put the team ahead for good and helped to a 3-1 win. Chelsea easily beat Southampton and now they have a tough match on Wednesday and that game saw John Terry score the winning goal at 2-1. Manchester City easily took care of Swansea and on Saturday Everton dominated over Stoke City, while West Ham United took down Fulham 3-0.