Paul Pogba Manchester United

Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick believes Paul Pogba has played his final match for the club. Photo: EPA/PETER POWELL

English Premier League: Live scores, fixtures and EPL results – 23-25 August

Don’t miss any of the English Premier League action as the 2019-20 season. Get live scores, results and all the fixtures here for match week two.

Paul Pogba Manchester United

Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick believes Paul Pogba has played his final match for the club. Photo: EPA/PETER POWELL

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A top-of-the-table clash between Liverpool and Arsenal on Saturday evening headlines the Premier League weekend.

The only two remaining sides with 100% records put them on the line at Anfield, with the Reds top of the pile on goal difference going into match week three.

Jurgen Klopp’s side followed their opening night thumping of Norwich with a 2-1 success at Southampton to help set the early pace in their bid to topple Manchester City at the summit.

The Gunners, meanwhile, pulled off a sneaky 2-1 victory over tricky Burnley to back up their 1-0 win at Newcastle on the opening weekend.

Manchester United need a positive performance to hold the storm clouds at bay at Old Trafford on Saturday when they play Crystal Palace.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his men came under the microscope following Monday night’s 1-1 draw at Wolves, with Paul Pogba’s late penalty failure costing two points and far more besides in goodwill.

The Eagles have had an awkward start of their own, holding Everton to a goalless draw on the opening Saturday before falling to a defeat by the only goal at newly-promoted Sheffield United last weekend.

Frank Lampard is still in search of his first three points as Chelsea coach, as he takes his Blues to Norwich for the Saturday lunchtime game.

English Premier League: Fixtures on 23-25 August

Last season’s third-placed finishers were held to a draw by Leicester at Stamford Bridge last Sunday, following a 4-0 bashing at Manchester United to kick off the new campaign in maddening fashion.

The Canaries come into the clash buoyed by Teemu Pukki’s hat-trick, which inspired their 3-1 success over Newcastle at Carrow Road last Saturday.

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are seeking a return to winning ways on the south coast as they travel to Bournemouth.

The reigning champions were twice pegged back to draw 2-2 with Tottenham at the Etihad Stadium last weekend.

Eddie Howe’s Cherries, meanwhile, sneaked a 2-1 victory at promoted Aston Villa, leaving them level on points with the title holders after two matches.

Spurs are out to keep up the early pace when they host Steve Bruce’s struggling Newcastle in north London on Sunday afternoon.

In action at the same time are Wolves and Burnley, with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side seeking their first win of the season at Molineux following successive draws.

The weekend kicks off early with a Friday night contest between pointless Aston Villa and unbeaten Everton at Villa Park.

There’s a rival clash to be had on the south coast on Saturday, as Graham Potter’s Brighton host Southampton at the AMEX Stadium.

Watford and West Ham also meet at Vicarage Road, with the pair having mustered a solitary point in four games between them so far.

Chris Wilder’s Sheffield United are in the sunny uplands of the top half going into the third round of fixtures.

The Blades put their unbeaten start to life back in the top flight to the test against 2016 champions Leicester at Bramall Lane on Saturday.

English Premier League results on 23-25 August

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