It's time for Chelsea to turn their season around

Nov 19, 2015 |
Covers Expert Soccer Authority takes a look at some of the biggest matches on this weekend's Premier League schedule.

Watford vs. Manchester United

Watford have been the surprise package this season and the relegation candidates are looking solid in 11th position with 4 wins, 4 Draws and 4 losses.

Man United are also performing well and are only two points off the top spot in 4th position and are currently boasting the best defensive record in the league. However, the Red Devils have scored the least amount of goals among the Top 7 in the League.

Key Stat: United have not conceded a goal in their last 525 minutes of play

Key Injuries: Anthony Martial (Manchester United) is a concern after sustaining a foot injury while playing for France.


Chelsea vs. Norwich

Last year's champions Chelsea somehow find themselves in 16th position after 12 games and are desperately seeking a win this weekend.

Norwich, who were expected to struggle this season, are performing much as we thought they would and sit just above Chelsea in 15th position.

If you watched Chelsea's last two games you would have noticed drastically improved performances and now that the long international break is over we're expecting them to get their season started with a win against the Canaries

Key Stat:
Norwich have failed to win 16 of their last 17 away games in the EPL

Key Injuries/Suspensions: Falcao and Courtois (Chelsea)  will be unavailable due to injury. Nathan Redmond (Norwich) and Kurt Zouma  (Chelsea) are also doubts


Manchester City vs. Liverpool

Liverpool look like a new team under Jurgen Klopp and have lost only once since the German appointed as the head coach. Liverpool should also be buoyed by the return of striker Daniel Sturridge from injury this weekend.

Man City sit top of EPL and deservedly so, they've been consistent all season and should be difficult to beat at home against any team in world football.

Key Stat: The last seven meetings between the sides has yielded 3.9 Goals per game.

Key Injuries: Aguero and Silva and doubt for Man City, Liverpool will be without center back Mamadou Sakho

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