The Fantastic Four Football Fixtures this season
A stadium full of rivalry and the ‘we meet again’ matches. Let’s talk about the games you shouldn’t miss this season.
Saturday 9th November 2019 at Anfield – 15:00
They come face to face again. Last season’s title contenders and potential contenders for this season, Liverpool and Manchester City, will go head to head at Anfield in November for the first leg of the fixture. City feeling confident after their FA Community Shield win on penalties.
The two teams will, again, be looking to secure the top spot in the Premier League; the first teams will be out and raring to grab the win. With two solid teams like Liverpool and City, this fixture will be one that you shouldn’t miss. Pure class football action from the Champions of Europe and the Premier League Champions.
Saturday 8th February 2020 at Stamford Bridge – 15:00
After Manchester United’s 4-0 win at Old Trafford, Chelsea will be looking to make a comeback on home soil. The opening game of the season seemed tough for Chelsea under new manager Frank Lampard but the next leg of the fixture is promised to provide pure entertainment and hopefully some wonderful goals.
Last year Chelsea finished 6 points in front of United in the League, so we’re hoping for a strong run for Chelsea securing another spot in the top 3.
3. London Derby: Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspurs
Sunday 1st September 2019 at Emirates Stadium – 16:30
Game faces are on for the strong rivalry from the two North London sides. The game will be the first time the two teams meet this season and both sides will be looking to dominate the game.
Last time both teams met was in the Carabao Cup which saw Tottenham take the 2-0 win. When these two North London teams meet each other there is guaranteed to be a yellow card thrown in the match. The minimum number of yellow cards per match is 3. I guess it’s all very heated as they both rival for North London.
Tottenham has won 2/4 meetings with Arsenal, but will this next match give Arsenal the chance to level square. Will North London be painted red or blue?
Saturday 26th October 2019 at Anfield – 15:00
It will have been 5 months since these two sides have met after their Champions League final. Does 2-0 ring a bell? The European Champions host the first leg of the fixture and Tottenham will be turning up at Anfield ready to take the win after their Madrid heartache.
It all seemed like Déjà vu last season when Liverpool took both 2-1 wins. This fixture is set to be a great match as both teams look for a win.
Tottenham and England International Midfielder Harry Winks has said that Liverpool ‘should worry’ insisting that Spurs are title contenders. Liverpool step your game up because Spurs are in town!