English Premier League Fixtures Times, TV Channels, Stream: Sept. 30

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LONDON, Sporting Alert — English Premier League fixtures, game times and TV channels for the matches playing in Week 7 on Saturday, Sept. 30 and Sunday, Oct. 1.

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The highlighted game this week will come from Stamford Bridge where defending champion Chelsea will host leaders Manchester City.

Manchester City are sitting a top the English Premier League standings with rivals Manchester United on 16 points, while Chelsea are third on 13 points.

The Blues, however, will be without star striker Sergio Aguero, who suffered a broken rib in a car accident on Thursday night in Amsterdam, while his strike partner Gabriel Jesus remains questionable.

Manchester United will put their undefeated record this season so far on the line when they entertain Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils enter the game with a number of injury setbacks, including midfielder Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini, who are both out.

Forward Anthony Martial, who scored once and setup two goals in the Champions League win in Moscow in midweek is doubtful with a thigh problem.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Huddersfield Town welcome Tottenham, Leicester City are at Bournemouth, Stoke City will host Southampton, while West Bromwich Albion are home against Watford.

The English premier league fixtures on Sunday will see Arsenal and Brighton kicking things off at the Emirates, while Newcastle United will welcome Liverpool and Everton are playing for Burnley.

English Premier League Fixtures – Week 6

Game times are ET

Saturday, September 30
Huddersfield Town v Tottenham Hotspur (7:30 am)
Bournemouth v Leicester City (10:00 am)
Manchester United v Crystal Palace (10:00 am)
Stoke City v Southampton (10:00 am)
West Bromwich Albion v Watford (10:00 am)
West Ham United v Swansea City (10:00 am)
Chelsea v Manchester City (12:30 pm)

Sunday, October 1
Arsenal v Brighton and Hove Albion (7:00 am)
Everton v Burnley (9:15 am)
Newcastle United v Liverpool (11:30 am)

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