The heavy weights will duke it out later today at Old Trafford Man U- Man Shitty. This will be an all-out war.
Arsenal visits Southampton and Liverpool entertains Everton at Anfield later today as well.
Saturday saw Chelsea drop a 1-0 loss to West Ham at the Hammers house.
EPL Match Report:” Marko Arnautovic scored the decisive goal as West Ham United beat London rivals Chelsea 1-0 for David Moyes’s first win as manager.
West Ham started brightly and took the lead on six minutes when Arnautovic netted his first Hammers goal after a one-two with Manuel Lanzini.
Chelsea dominated possession as they searched for an equaliser but Adrian saved from N’Golo Kante and Davide Zappacosta in the first half, while Alvaro Morata and Eden Hazard missed good chances late on.
West Ham’s first win in nine matches moves them to 18th place. Chelsea remain in third, 11 points behind leaders Manchester City, who play on Sunday.”
Tottenham wins their first match since November 5th a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.
Spurs blow out Stoke City 5-1.
Harry Kane led the way with the daily double in the 54th and 65th minutes.
Tottenham stays in fifth place for now with 28 points.
Arsenal sits in sixth place 28 points.
My Gunners battle Southampton later today at the Saints house.
Burnley defeated Watford 1-0.
Huddersfield shut out Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0.
Swansea City defeated West Brom 1-0. Wilford Bony hit the match winner in the 81st minute to lift the Swans outta the whale dung position 19th place 12 points.
Crystal Palace and Bournemouth tied two all. The Eagles drop to the bottom feeder position 20th place 11 points.
In a wild one Leicester City sent Newcastle to their third straight home defeat a 3-2 shocker.
This the first time Rafa Benitez’s career he has lost three straight home matches.
EPL Match Report:” A late own goal by Ayoze Perez condemned Newcastle United to a 3-2 defeat by Leicester City at St James’ Park.
The hosts got off to a perfect start when Dwight Gayle’s cut-back was converted by Joselu after four minutes.
Leicester levelled in style when Riyad Mahrez unleashed a fierce drive past Karl Darlow.
The Foxes took the lead on the hour when Demarai Gray’s strike flew in off Florian Lejeune.
Newcastle equalised on 73 minutes, Gayle turning neatly to fire past Kasper Schmeichel.
But with four minutes left Perez put the ball past Darlow in an attempt to cut out Jamie Vardy’s pass for Shinji Okazaki.
Leicester’s win takes them eighth, while Newcastle’s sixth defeat in seven leaves them 16th.”