Spurs head to the top of the weekend standings after beating Southampton last time out and face the first real test of their newfound resolve against Antonio Conte’s former club.
First, though it’s Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa versus Frank Lampard’s Everton – two clubs and managers, who have lost their first games and could really do with a win against a potential relegation rival.
A packed schedule at 3pm on Saturday sees Arsenal and Manchester City host Leicester and Bournemouth, respectively, as two of five matches. Manchester United travel to Brentford in the evening.
Nottingham Forest host West Ham in Sunday’s first match before the London Derby at Stamford Bridge. Liverpool host Crystal Palace on the first Monday Night Football of the season.
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