Chelsea will be away to Southampton in one of the Premier League fixtures to this weekend; hoping to take all three points, Concise News reports.
The Blues last weekend defeated Brighton 2-0 in a Premier League fixture at home at the Stamford Bridge.
They had also seen off Lille of France in a Champions League tie, midweek, with Tammy Abraham continuing his fine form with the London side.
In other Premier League fixtures, defending champions Manchester City will be at the Etihad Stadium to welcome Wolves while Unai Emery’s Arsenal battle Bournemouth.
The Gunners had claimed a 1-1 draw at the Old Trafford against Manchester United on Monday.
Elsewhere, Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp will be seeking to maintain their five-point lead on the table when they face Leicester City.
Manchester United’s Red Devils will lock horns with Newcastle United; hoping for a revival of fortunes with under fire boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Premier League Fixtures This Weekend
Below are the EPL fixtures for this weekend as well as their times:
Saturday, October 5th, 2019
Brighton and Hove Albion Vs Tottenham Hotspur (12:30)
Burnley Vs Everton (03:00)
Liverpool Vs Leicester City (03:00)
Norwich City Vs Aston Villa (03:00)
Watford Vs Sheffield United (03:00)
West Ham United Vs Crystal Palace (05:30)
Sunday 6th October
Arsenal Vs Bournemouth (02:00)
Manchester City Vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (02:00)
Southampton Vs Chelsea (02:00)
Newcastle United Vs Manchester United (04:30)
N.B: The time for the EPL fixtures are Nigeria/West Africa Time (WAT).
Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says midfielder Paul Pogba will “probably not” return from injury for Sunday’s trip to Newcastle.
Pogba, 26, was left at home for Thursday’s goalless draw at AZ Alkmaar after playing through injury against Rochdale and Arsenal.
United have also been without Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw since August’s home defeat to Crystal Palace due to injury.
Solskjaer says he is unlikely to bring any of United’s injured players back into the fold at St James’ Park on Sunday as he looks ahead to the looming visit of Liverpool after the international break.
Asked if he expects anyone to return to fitness by Sunday, Solskjaer said: “Probably not.
“There’s an international break as well. It might be a time for us to give them that 10-14 days extra to be ready for Liverpool.”