Another enthralling weekend in the Premier League awaits for football fans as Ladbrokes announce a new free bets offer for customers and report this weekend could break records, with Chelsea v Stoke on Saturday and two massive ties in Liverpool v Man Utd and Man City v Arsenal on Sunday.
Getting the action underway on Saturday lunchtime are Swansea and Everton as the two sides lock horns at the Liberty Stadium. Although they both have different ambitions for the season, they currently sit on seven points and this game should really set the tone for the rest of the weekend.
Then we move into the 3PM kick-offs on Saturday, where current table-toppers Chelsea host the draw specialists Stoke City.
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Each of these teams are unbeaten so far, but Chelsea have ten points compared to Stoke, who have four. Tony Pulis would however be delighted with another point here.
The team at the bottom of the table Southampton go into what already looks to be a must win game at home to Aston Villa. The Saints have not got off the mark yet this campaign.
West Bromwich Albion then go up against Reading at The Hawthorns, where both teams are looking to bounce back after disappointing defeats at the weekend.
West Ham United and Sunderland have got off to good starts, but the Hammers two wins put them further up the table then their opponents.
However, the Black Cats have had a tough few games and are still unbeaten in their three matches.
Two sides who are established Premier League clubs, but whose first aim is survival meet as well as Wigan Athletic host Fulham. Wigan have been poor at home so far, whilst Fulham have lost their two away games – so something has to give.
Then we move into Sunday, where the fixtures really come to life, starting off with Liverpool v Manchester United at Anfield.
This is still one of the biggest games in the Premier League and is sure to be a cracker. United are the form side with three wins on the bounce, whereas Liverpool are yet to take all three points this season. There is no side they would rather do it against though.
Tottenham and Newcastle are then both in action at home on Sunday as well due to their Europa League commitments. Spurs host Queens Park Rangers in a London Derby and Norwich City are the visitors to the Sports Direct Arena.
The Super Sunday fixture is Manchester City v Arsenal, a perfect tie to round off the weekend.
Both currently sit on eight points in the league and have title ambitions this campaign. It makes for a cracking fixture and will give each side an indication of what they can achieve this season.
Bring on the action!