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Defending champions City face a much more straightforward task on paper, as they host Watford at the Etihad Stadium.
English Premier League: Fixtures on 20, 21 and 22 September The Premier League kings were hitting their straps thanks to handsome wins over Bournemouth and Brighton in recent weeks. But they could have done without a shock loss away to promoted Norwich last Saturday night.
The Hornets also pulled off something of a surprise after becoming the first EPL side to change their coach this season.
They came back from two goals down to earn just their second point of the campaign at home to Arsenal. The Gunners have the chance to relieve their frustrations of last weekend with a home game against Aston Villa.
Spurs go to the King Power Stadium for the Saturday lunchtime kick off having finally broken their shackles to thump Crystal Palace in north London last weekend.
The Eagles must wait until Sunday to face Wolves — and find out which of their defences will prove less leaky than the other. Everton put their inconsistent start to the new campaign up against promoted Sheffield United on Saturday, with the Blades without a win in three.
Burnley are also without success since the opening day, going into their Saturday clash with giant-killing Norwich at Turf Moor. Scores will be live at kick off.