The English Premier League returns this weekend after the March international break with some nail bitting fixtures that would keep you asking for more.
Interestingly, the Premier League matchday 29 will open with arguably the biggest fixture of the weekend – Manchester City Vs Liverpool.
This fixture which could determine if second-placed City still stand a chance of winning the league and if 6th placed Liverpool still stand a chance of making the top four will kick off at the Etihad at 12:30 on Saturday, April 1.
Afterward, there will be five Premier League fixtures that will kick off at 15:00 on Saturday. The fixtures are Bournemouth vs Fulham, Nottingham Forest vs Wolves, Crystal Palace vs Leicester City, Arsenal vs Leeds United, and Brighton vs Brentford.
The last game on Saturday is the league game between 10th-placed Chelsea and 11th-placed Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge which will kick off at 17:30.
On Sunday, April 2, there will be three interesting Premier League fixtures to enjoy. The first game of the day is West Ham vs Southampton which will kick off at London Stadium at 14:00.
Afterward, the second game of the day comes up at 16:30 which is between Newcastle United and Manchester United.
The last game of matchday 29 is between 4th placed Tottenham Hotspur who just sacked their permanent Antonio Conte and struggling Everton. The game will kick off at 20:00.
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