Three upcoming Premier League fixtures not to be missed

The Premier league title race has long been about the battle between defending champions Manchester City and Liverpool. At present it is Liverpool who lead the way and are slight betting favourites to go on and land their first Premier league title. They have been a popular choice for punters who have been using the Sugarhouse bonus code to support them. However it is not just a two team race as Tottenham continue to win games, meaning they are now just two points off Manchester City and six off leaders Liverpool. Could they go on and pull off a shock Premier league title win? So as we progress through to the latter stages of the season, what are the games not to be missed for football fans?

Arsenal v Chelsea – 19th January

The next blockbuster fixture not to be missed is the clash between London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea. Both sides have made strong starts to the current Premier league season under their new managers, and are both fighting it out for the top four. Could this be the game that decides it? With virtually nothing in it at present it sets up for a fascinating contest later this month as both sides will be going out for the three points.


Manchester City v Arsenal – 3rd February

The next important top of the table clash sees Manchester City welcome Arsenal at the start of February. Both sides always look to attack, so it sets up for an enjoyable watch for fans with goals expected. Manchester City have won the last two meetings between the two sides comfortably and will be strong favourites again to do so. With the last league fixture finishing 2-0 back in August.

Manchester City v Chelsea – 10th February

Another very important game when looking at the title race and the top four, as Manchester City face Chelsea. This is part of a difficult run of fixtures for Manchester City, but if they can come through these with maximum points, then they are likely to be strong favourites for the title come the end of the season. City are going to start as strong favourites as they do for virtually all their games, however it was the same case back in December. On this occasion Chelsea ended their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-0 victory at home, so will go into this upcoming fixture with strong belief that they can again pick up the three points.