Live Scores and Results: English Premier League Fixtures

(Sporting Alert) — Eight English Premier League games are on the schedule on for and you can follow all the live action right here on There will be live EPL scores and results as well as half-time updates.


The action begins at Loftus Road Stadium where the new look QPR will take on Norwich City, fresh off their 0-0 draw with defending champions Manchester City in midweek.

Harry Redknapp is expected to hand new signing Christopher Samba his debut for the club.

Meanwhile, Arsenal will host Stoke City at Emirates Stadium and manager Arsene Wenger has warned his that more starts such as the one against Liverpool in midweek could cost them Champions League football.

Also on the busy day of action, Newcastle and Chelsea will match talents at St James’ Park, with the host looking to build on the 2-1 win over Aston Villa in midweek and the Blues hoping to forget the about the dismal final three minutes of their 2-2 tie with Reading.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Everton will host the struggling Aston Villa at Goodison Park, Reading will take on Sunderland at the Madejski Stadium, West Ham entertains Swansea at Upton Park, while Southampton, despite their 2-1 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford in midweek, are confident of beating Wigan at The DW Stadium.

Premier League leaders Manchester United will play Fulham in the late game at Craven Cottage and would go 10 points clear at the top of the EPL standings, with second place Manchester City not playing until Sunday.

English Premier League Fixtures – Times in ET
Saturday 2 February 2013

7:45 QPR v Norwich Loftus Road Stadium
10:00 Arsenal v Stoke Emirates Stadium
10:00 Everton v Aston Villa Goodison Park
10:00 Newcastle v Chelsea St James’ Park
10:00 Reading v Sunderland Madejski Stadium
10:00 West Ham v Swansea Upton Park
10:00 Wigan v Southampton The DW Stadium
12:30 Fulham v Man Utd Craven Cottage

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