LONDON – The English Premier League standings and fixtures for the matches on Saturday and Sunday, January 14 and January 15.
FEATURED EPL GAME: Manchester United v Liverpool
Without a doubt, the highlighted fixture in round 21 will come from Old Trafford on Sunday where Manchester United will host Liverpool in a clash.
The teams played to a 0-0 draw earlier in the season but we are expected to see goals on Sunday.
After missing the EFL Cup win over Hull City in midweek because of illness, Manchester United top goalscorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic will return to the lineup, while Liverpool will have captain Jordan Henderson and playmaker Philippe Coutinho fit for the trip.
Also on Sunday, there is another English Premier League Merseyside v Manchester clash with Everton playing host to Manchester City at Goodison Park.
Meanwhile, leaders Chelsea will look to keep their advantage in the Premier League standings and bounced back from the defeat to Tottenham on Jan. 4 with a victory at Leicester City on Saturday.
The Blues were on a 13-game win streak and were aiming to break the record for the most successive win in a single season before the run was halted by Spurs.
DELE ALI LOOKS TO REPEAT FOR SPURS
Dele Alli, who netted a brace against Chelsea in the 2-0, will hope to lead Tottenham to another win against West Bromwich Albion in the early kick-off on Saturday.
Spurs will go second in the Premier League standings before the other fixtures kick-off with a win over The Baggies.
Meanwhile, in another Premier League fixtures in round 21, fifth place Arsenal will take on Swansea City at Liberty Stadium aiming to return to the Top 4 after being held 3-3 by Bournemouth in round 20, which saw them dropping out of the Champions League places.
Elsewhere on Saturday, Sunderland, Hull City and Crystal Palace who are struggling in the Premier League Standings this season, are in the hunt for precious points.
The Tigers, dealing with a number of injury problems, will host Bournemouth, while the Black Cats are welcoming Stoke City.
Meanwhile, Crystal Palace will travel to West Ham United and Burnley entertain Southampton in the other EPL round 21 fixtures this weekend.
Premier League Fixtures and Game Times
Saturday January 14 (ET)
Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion (7:30 am)
Burnley v Southampton (10:00 am)
Hull City v Bournemouth (10:00 am)
Sunderland v Stoke City (10:00 am)
Swansea City v Arsenal (10:00 am)
Watford v Middlesbrough (10:00 am)
West Ham United v Crystal Palace (10:00 am)
Leicester City v Chelsea (12:30 pm)
Sunday, January 15 (ET)
Everton v Manchester City (8:30 am)
Manchester United v Liverpool (11:00 am)
Premier League Standings
Position Club Pl GD Pts
1 Chelsea 20 +27 49
2 Liverpool 20 +25 44
3 Spurs 20 +25 42
4 Man City 20 +19 42
5 Arsenal 20 +22 41
6 Man Utd 20 +12 39
7 Everton 20 +5 30
8 West Brom 20 +4 29
9 Bournemouth 20 -5 25
10 Southampton 20 -6 24
11 Stoke 20 -8 24
12 Burnley 20 -9 23
13 West Ham 20 -12 22
14 Watford 20 -13 22
15 Leicester 20 -7 21
16 Middlesbrough 20 -5 19
17 Crystal Palace 20 -7 16
18 Sunderland 20 -18 15
19 Swansea 20 -22 15
20 Hull 20 -27 13