We’re back, after a week of international fixtures ToT returns just in time for week 4 of the Premier League.
For any new player that signed for your club on deadline day this is the first opportunity they will have to impress. Falcao and Daley Blind will be expected to line-up for Manchester United against QPR, and with United still searching for their first win the hope is, that it’ll be this weekend.
Danny Welbeck should feature for Arsenal all being well with his ankle that he rolled last week in England training. Hull City did well to bring in Abel Hernandez and Hatem Ben Arfa, both international class players and will be a major boost to Hull’s league form this year. A top 10 finish could now beckon.
Loic Remy is a Chelsea player after a summer rife with rumours on whether he would stay at Loftus Road, alas, it proved that he would not. Tom Cleverley managed to get his loan move to Aston Villa, albeit well after the deadline closed but at least he should now get regular football. Alex Song will be playing in claret and blue of the Hammers this year, a great addition by Sam Allardyce.
A look at this weekend’s Prem fixtures.
|13 Sep 12:45||Arsenal||v||Man City|
|13 Sep 15:00||Chelsea||v||Swansea|
|13 Sep 15:00||Crystal Palace||v||Burnley|
|13 Sep 15:00||Southampton||v||Newcastle|
|13 Sep 15:00||Stoke||v||Leicester|
|13 Sep 15:00||Sunderland||v||Spurs|
|13 Sep 15:00||West Brom||v||Everton|
|13 Sep 17:30||Liverpool||v||Aston Villa|
|14 Sep 16:00||Man Utd||v||QPR|
|15 Sep 20:00||Hull||v||West Ham|
With all the transfers that have gone on have you made sure your fantasy team is ready for this week? Have you used your wildcard yet?
Here are the current standings in the SoccerStarz Premiership.
So on to another great weekend of Premier League action. We look forward to seeing you again next week.
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