Fixtures, Game Time, Matchup: English Premier League Wk 22

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LONDON, Sporting Alert – English Premier League fixtures for the games slated for Week 22, which kicks-off on Saturday, Jan. 16.

Live TV Channels and Listings For Jan. 16

Opening the fixtures this weekend is the clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Sunderland, a game that will take place at White Hart Lane, live on BT Sport and NBC Sports Network at 7:45 am ET.

Tottenham come into this English Premier League battle on the back of a narrow 1-0 defeat against Leicester City in midweek, while Sunderland took care of business on the road against Swansea City – running away with a 4-2 victory with Jermain Defoe bagging a hat-trick.

Join leaders Leicester can go atop of the EPL standings with a win over relegation-threatened Aston Villa at Villa Park.

The Foxes are tied with Arsenal on 43 points from 21 games and will be led by the EPL leading goalscorer Jamie Vardy as they seek to stay in contention of winning the title this season or qualify for the Champions League.

Also on Saturday, third-place Manchester City will play host to Crystal Palace at Etihad Stadium and the Citizens could join the top team sides on 43 points if Arsenal and Leicester City fail to win their games.

Elsewhere, defending champions Chelsea and Everton will do battle at Stamford Bridge, with the Blues coming off a 2-2 draw with West Bromwich Albion in their midweek fixture.

Newcastle United, fresh off the thrilling 3-3 tie with Manchester United, will entertain West Ham United, Southampton host West Brom and Bournemouth play the traveling Norwich City.

On Sunday, Liverpool, coming off the 3-3 tie with Arsenal, will feature against Manchester United in what is expected to be the English Premier League game of the week on Sunday.

Leaders Arsenal will take the road to play Stoke City.

On Monday, Swansea City will play host to Watford.

English Premier League Fixtures
Saturday, Jan. 15

Saturday, January 16 (ET)

Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland (7:45 am)
AFC Bournemouth v Norwich City (10:00 am)
Chelsea v Everton (10:00 am)
Manchester City v Crystal Palace (10:00 am)
Newcastle United v West Ham United (10:00 am)
Southampton v West Bromwich Albion (10:00 am)
Aston Villa v Leicester City (12:30 pm)

Sunday, January 17

Liverpool v Manchester United (9:05 am)
Stoke City v Arsenal (11:15 am)

Monday, January 18

Swansea City v Watford (3:00 pm)