Match Day 16 Gets on the way in the English Premier league with mouth watering talking points you can’t afford to miss out on as well as other leagues in Europe.
One of the biggest anticipation of the weekend is Steven Gerrard returning to Anfield for the first time as a manager. There has been build up to this encounter since he was appointed by Aston Villa last month.
Liverpool host Aston Villa at 4pm hoping to extend their excellent run in the league as the Reds are pushing hard for the Trophy.
Jurgen Klopp’s men sits second place on 34 points, a point behind first-placed Manchester City after 15 matches. Meanwhile, Aston Villa now 11th with 19points.
in their last six league matches, Liverpool have won four, drawn one and lost one. Aston Villa, meanwhile, have won three and lost three in their last six.
It will be fun to see how Gerrard fare when he gets to Anfield today.
Away from that, Chelsea are up a against Leeds United.
Thomas Tuchel will be looking forward to returning the blues to winning ways after they lost the top spot to Manchester City following a 3:2 loss to West Ham last weekend.
The blues can’t entertain any other thing than victory. Will that be achieve against a Leeds United who is yet to loose any of their last three league games?
Meanwhile, Ralf Rangnick will have to sell out his tactics today again in order for a win as the Red Devils begin the top four chase when Manchester United battles relegation threats Norwich in the late kick off.
Also, Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal must kick against another possible three consecutive loss in the league.
The gunners have to pick up three points to convince the fans that they are up to the task when they face Southampton at the Emirates Stadium.
On Sunday, Newcastle have to prove that they wants to gets out of the relegation Zone.
The Magpies got their first league win of the season last weekend which move them to 19th on the table. Eddie Howe will now hope his side goes past Leicester City who have been inconsistent in the League this season.
Elsewhere, Everton ended an eight match without win in their last game after coming from a goal down to hunilate Arsena 2:1.
Such form needs to be seen again when they play Crystal palace away from home.