The Premier League had little surprise in Saturday’s 3 PM kick-off, but the games on Sunday are full of derbies. Manchester United drew with Southampton, while City won against Bournemouth. Chelsea, Arsenal, Everton and Liverpool are involved in Premier League Derbies on Sunday. You can watch them all live on the Potato Streams App.
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Derbies in the league on Sunday 02 December
Football fans, faithful and neutrals alike will be tuning in and sticking to their television sets as the kick-off approaches. These will be the derbies among those Premier League fixtures:
Chelsea v Fulham: Chelsea dispatched their opponents in the Europa but will know better than to expect a walkover from Cluadio Ranieri. Fans will be anxious and the players will play at their best, or worst, considering its the neighbours in Fulham & Hammersmith going at it. Chelsea host Fulham for the first London Derby of the day. Fans of either teams should get Potato Streams to watch the game on their smartphones (Android/iOS).
Team News: Chelsea will be without Moses and Eden Hazard. Fulham are one game into Ranieri’s tenure.
Arsenal v Tottenham: Arsenal and Tottenham both won their Continental matches, and hence are both approaching this game in great form. We will see a good battle at the Emirates. Will Unai Emery restore some credit back to the gunners or will their North London neighbours rub it in? If you are away from a television, better get the Potato Streams app.
Team News: Lacazette is a doubt for the hosts, Koscielny, Monreal, Mavropanos,
Welbeckare out. Juan Foyth will be back for the neighbours in white. Vertonghen may also
Be back as a boost to Spurs.
Liverpool v Everton: To top off the derbies of sunday in the Premier League, we have got the Merseyside Derby on our plates, or smartphones if you get Potato Streams. Liverpool lost to PSG and will be tired so soon after their last game, so Marco Silva’s Everton may sense an opportunity. Which is good for an entertaining game.
Team News: Henderson is suspended for Jurgen Klopp’s men. Everton expect a clean bill of health.
When and Where to watch the Premier League derbies on tv?
Chelsea v Fulham:
12:00PM BST, Stamford Bridge on Sky Sports Premier League & Main Event, NowTV.
Arsenal v Tottenham:
14:05 BST, The Emirates on Sky Sports Premier League & Main Event, NowTV.
Liverpool v Everton:
17:05 BST, Anfield on Sky Sports Premier League, Main Event, NowTV
You can watch all these games on the Potato Streams app, available for both Android and iOS devices. Watch all games live and free. No subscription needed.