English Premier League: EPL fi

David Vaughan sends a ball forward under a watchful eye of Alex Iwobi.

English Premier League: EPL fixtures for 14 – 15 January

It’s matters at the top of the table that come into focus towards the latter part of this weekend

English Premier League: EPL fi

David Vaughan sends a ball forward under a watchful eye of Alex Iwobi.

With four of the top six playing on Sunday and Monday, we’ve got the remaining EPL Fixtures for gameweek 23 here.

Arsenal and Manchester United will feel they have enough in the tank to win their respective games, whereas Manchester City’s tremendous unbeaten run is set for its most severe examination yet.

EPL Fixtures, Sunday 14 January

AFC Bournemouth V Arsenal

The Cherries will be looking for a win to pull themselves away from the Premier League’s bottom three. Just five points separate 11th and 18th place, and Bournemouth sit just one point above the drop zone.

Arsenal were on the end of Ben Brereton masterclass last weekend, after Nottingham Forest trounced the Gunners 4-2 in the FA Cup. Per Mertesacker endured a torrid afternoon last Sunday, and his place in the side is now under serious threat.

Liverpool V Manchester City

If it’s going to happen, it’ll happen tomorrow. Manchester City’s unforgiving assault on this year’s Premier League has seen them win 20 of their 22 matches so far. They remain unbeaten, and look good value to end the season without losing.

However, Liverpool are an attacking force to be reckoned with. Mohammed Salah is the league’s top scorer, and he’s ably assisted by Sadio Mané and Roberto Firmino. If the Anfield side can ask the right questions of City’s defence, their invincibility will be under serious threat.

EPL Fixtures, Monday 15 January

Manchester United V Stoke City

A managerless Stoke side make their way up to Old Trafford on Monday night in serious trouble. They currently sit in the relegation zone after a poor run of form – and losses to fellow strugglers – saw them plummet down the table.

United are the heavy favourites for this one, and seem to have rode out a sticky spell in December after back-to-back wins. Jesse Lingard (Messi Lingard to others) has hit the form of his life, and won’t hold anything back against the Potters.