A busy midweek for Premier League teams in Europe sees some high-profile match-ups when league play resumes this weekend. Chelsea is hosting former manager Jose Mourinho, Arsenal looks to keep up its red-hot play, and Manchester City is hoping an extra day’s rest on Southampton makes a difference to its recent dry spell. Below you will find video previews of all 10 games coming up this weekend in the PL. Manchester City vs. Southampton — Sunday, 8:30 a.m. ET, watch online via NBC Sports Burnley vs. Everton — Saturday, 10 a.m. ET, watch online via NBC Sports Leicester City vs. Crystal Palace — Saturday, 10 a.m. ET, watch online via NBC Sports Liverpool vs. West Bromwich Albion — Saturday, 12:30
Jurgen Klopp believes Daniel Sturridge's form drop can be a "good moment" for the Liverpool forward. The England international is without a Premier League goal since April, including seven matches – four starts – this season. Klopp feels Sturridge, 27, can learn from the difficult period, ahead of Liverpool hosting West Brom on Saturday.
Liverpool's run of four straight Premier League wins came to an end on Monday, when they were held to a goalless draw by old rivals Manchester United. However, Jürgen Klopp's side are still in an excellent position at this early stage of the season, and head into Saturday's encounter with West Bromwich Albion just a couple of points adrift of league leaders Manchester City. They'll certainly fancy their chances of moving ever closer to the league lead, with West Brom one of the league's more inconsistent sides. Though the Baggies should have more than enough to avoid relegation this season, it's unlikely they'll achieve any more than that. They've won just one of their four games on the road