Published: Fri, October 27, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Premier League team of the weekend: Tottenham, Chelsea, and Arsenal stars included

Premier League team of the weekend: Tottenham, Chelsea, and Arsenal stars included

The clubs consisting of Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are wanting to change the current agreement, which came in during the English top-flight's inception 25 years ago, as they believe they bring in more viewers than the other 14 teams in the league. In the eighth round, Manchester United parked the bus against Liverpool and played a goalless draw.

Considering the subsequent criticism of the squad he left behind, Sir Alex Ferguson wrenched an extraordinary last winter out of Manchester United, taking 53 points out of 60 for a startling 2.65ppg - nearly 50% better than nearest but distant rivals Manchester City (1.9ppg).

United are out to record a sixth-consecutive home league win without conceding for the first time since March 2010, while victory for Spurs would give them consecutive league victories against the Red Devils for the first time since April 1990.

The undoubted big game of the Premier League weekend is Manchester United versus Tottenham. Manchester United started the season off very good, giving their fans high hopes.

But summer signing Iheanacho drew them level with a delightful effort four minutes later before Algerian pair Islam Slimani and Riyad Mahrez made sure of the win with a goal apiece.

Liverpool host Huddersfield looking to bounce back from their shellacking at the hands of Spurs last week.

Jupp Heynckes is now in charge of Bayern until the end of the season. Huddersfield has also only won one game in their last five and are the eleventh team in the standings with 12 points.

Everton's board of directors fired Ronald Koeman on October 23 after a big loss against the Arsenal. When the clocks went forward in late March, they were bottom having gathered two points in eight games.

Crystal Palace have not beaten West Ham at home since 2013 and if they fail to do so this weekend they could fall further into relegation danger.

White calls Leicester City v. Everton joined by Le Saux at King Power Stadium.

The Foxes have also been struggling this season and have only won two Premier League games. However, they've failed to duplicate last season's performance and have lost three games and dropped 13 points already.

Liverpool finished in fourth place in the Premier League table in their first full season under Klopp to secure a return to the Champions League.

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