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Liverpool vs Arsenal, Leicester vs Chelsea, and all the EPL MD12 games to watch this weekend

November 19, 2021 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
Premier League football returns this weekend after a two-week hiatus necessitated by the international break.

After witnessing the twists and turns of the international break, the Premier League is finally back! League leaders Chelsea will be eager to continue from where they left things off when they travel to the King Power Stadium for Saturday's early-kick off game. While the Blues will be eager to extend their unbeaten run across competitions to nine, the Foxes will target their first win in four outings.


Fourth-placed Liverpool will take on an in-form Arsenal side at Anfield as they look to bounce from the disappointing defeat to West Ham. Prior to the game, Manchester United will make a trip to Watford as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to turn things around amid the current crisis. At the same time, David Moyes' high-flying West Ham side will travel to the Molineux to take on Wolverhampton Wanders. On Sunday, defending champions Manchester City will host Everton on Sunday after defeating city rivals Manchester United. Tottenham Hotspur and Leeds will end the game week with Antonio Conte chasing his first win following his appointment.

Premier League table ahead of Matchday 12

Top games to watch on Matchday 12

Leicester vs Chelsea: Chelsea travels to Leicester City for Saturday's early kick-off game and  will look to keep or extend their three-point lead at the top of the Premier League standings. Last time out, the Blues were held to a 1-1 draw by Burnley, while Foxes also earned a point against Leeds United in their respective encounter. With the London club winning their previous three Premier League away games without conceding a goal and have only conceded once on the road in the 2021-22 season, Leciester - who have conceded at least two goals in their last three outings - will have a real job on their hands keeping them busy. 

Watford vs Manchester United: Manchester United travels to Vicarage Road on Saturday afternoon to face Watford and they will be looking to get back on track in the Premier League. Before the international break, The Red Devils fell 2-0 to Manchester City, while Watford, who sit just outside the English Premier League's relegation zone, lost 1-0 to Arsenal in their last match. Despite seeing Leicester ruining their remarkable unbeaten away run earlier this season, Solskjaer's men have won three of their last four on the road in England's top flight and will be fired up to bounce back from their derby defeat in Hertfordshire this weekend.

Liverpool vs Arsenal: On Saturday evening, Liverpool will host Arsenal at Anfield in one of the most anticipated Premier League matches of the season. After 11 games, Liverpool and Arsenal are separated by just one spot and two points in the table, with Liverpool fourth and Arsenal fifth. The former go into the weekend's encounter on the back of a disappointing 3-2 defeat to West Ham at the London Stadium while the Gunners approach the game on a 10-game unbeaten run capped by their 1-0 win over Watford.

Man City vs Everton: Manchester City will have its sight set on securing back-to-back wins in the Premier League when they welcome Everton to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The Citizens entered the international break off the back of a 2-0 victory at Manchester United, while Everton picked up a point at home to Tottenham Hotspur in their last top-flight contest.

Tottenham vs Leeds: When Tottenham Hotspur welcomes Leeds United to North London on Sunday afternoon, they will be hoping to win in the Premier League for the first time since mid-October. Before the international break, Tottenham drew 0-0 with Everton in Antonio Conte's debut league encounter in charge, while Leeds drew 1-1 with Leicester City last time out.

Injury and suspension list: Who is in and who is out?

Chelsea: Thiago Silva (doubtful), Mateo Kovacic (hamstring), Romelu Lukaku (sprained ankle), Timo Werner (hamstring).

Leicester: Ryan Bertrand (knee injury), Youri Tielemans (calf injury), Marc Albrighton (knock), Wesley Fofana (ankle injury), James Justin (ACL injury).

Liverpool: Andrew Robertson (hamstring), Jordan Henderson (strain injury), Roberto Firmino (hamstring), Curtis Jones (eye injury), Joe Gomez (calf Injury), Naby Keita (hamstring), James Milner (hamstring).

Manchester City: Kevin De Bruyne (COVID-19), Phil Foden (knock), COle Palmer (hamstring), Jack Grealish (knock), Ferran Torres (foot injury).

Manchester United: Paul Pogba(suspended/thigh injury), Edinson Cavani (tendon injury), Raphael Varane (hamstring).

Arsenal: P. E. Aubameyang (muscle injury), Sead Kolasinac (ankle injury), Folarin Balogun (doubtful), Granit Xhaka (knee injury).

Full list of games for Matchday 14 in the Premier League


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