EPL Fixtures: Manchester United host Leicester City as Newcastle travel to Liverpool

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The English Premier League resumes this weekend with Match Day 5 after the international break last weekend with Liverpool hosting Newcastle at Anfield in an early Kickoff on Saturday, ABC News can report.

The last time the two teams met, the game ended 3-2 in favour of the UEFA Champions League Winners, Liverpool. Liverpool has recorded a perfect start to the season winning all 4 games in August and their Manager, Jurgen Klopp crowned Premier League Manager of August.

Manchester United, who have been hit with a long list of injured players will welcome Leicester City to Old Trafford as they seek to get their campaign back on track after a jerky start to the season.

United will be without Paul Pogba, Aaron Wan-Bisaaka, and Jesse Lingard as they have not been passed match fit.

In all, 7 games will be played on Saturday, 2 on Sunday and 1 on Monday.

Below are the team fixtures for matches in the EPL on Match Day 5

Weekend’s fixtures

Saturday

Liverpool v Newcastle United

Brighton v Burnley

Man Utd v Leicester City

Sheffield United v Southampton

Spurs v Crystal Palace

Wolves v Chelsea

Norwich City v Man City

Sunday

Bournemouth v Everton

Watford v Arsenal

Monday

Aston Villa v West Ham

Source: ABCNewsGh.comĀ 

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