Three live games in a big Barclays Premier League weekend on Deezer Football

Posted by Rhys Griffiths | November 26, 2015 | NEWS

Deezer Football is set to bring you a huge weekend of Barclays Premier League action with three live commentaries over two days.

The first live commentary of the weekend comes from the King Power Stadium on Saturday evening as Leicester City host Manchester United at 5.30pm. At the start of the season few would have had this fixture down as a clash of the top two, but the impressive Foxes lead the pack going into the weekend’s round of fixtures, with the Red Devils just a point back.

Louis Van Gaal’s United side can boast the meanest defence in the top flight this season, but on Saturday all eyes will be on Leicester’s in-form striker Jamie Vardy as he aims to set a new record for scoring in consecutive Premier League matches. Should he find the back of the United net he will have scored in 11 games on the bounce, one more than the streak achieved by former Old Trafford hitman Ruud Van Nistelrooy.

The live commentary keeps coming on Sunday, with an all-London clash at midday as Tottenham Hotspur welcome Chelsea to White Hart Lane. Last season this fixture delivered goals galore – the home side running out 5-3 winners on New Year’s Day. Chelsea’s dismal form this season has left them battling to climb out of the bottom half of the table, while Spurs put four past West Ham United last weekend, so don’t bet against Mauricio Pochettino’s men being amongst the goals again on Sunday lunchtime.

Our final live game of an action-packed weekend comes on Sunday afternoon at 2.05pm as attention shifts across the capital to Upton Park, where West Ham host West Bromwich Albion. The Hammers have had an impressive start to their final season at Upton Park ahead of relocation to the Olympic Stadium – sitting sixth in the table ahead of the weekend’s fixtures. West Brom took all three points against Arsenal last time out, and will be hoping to claim another London scalp this weekend.

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