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With absolutely stacks of sport on this weekend, there’s plenty of opportunity to use your Britmojis when chatting about the action! (Or rubbing your mate’s face in it as their team slumps to a humiliating defeat).
After an international break (yawn) of Euro qualifiers (Ok it was pretty exciting for some teams), the Premier League returns, with the following fixtures.
Tottenham v Liverpool (12.45): Gets things underway on Saturday lunchtime. Will Jurgen Klopp’s arrival lead to a classic ‘new manager upturn in performance’ for the visitors?
Chelsea v Aston Villa (3pm): Underfire manager 1 against Underfire manager 2 could almost be retitled the sack race, with Tim Sherwood and Jose Mourinho two of the most likely names to be chopped next (according to the bookies).
Crystal Palace v West Ham (3pm): Palace have been playing some great football this season, while West Ham’s away record has been nothing short of spectacular with notable wins. Get the ‘GOAL’ Britmoji at the ready, would be my advice.
Everton v Man United (3pm): United went into the international break on the back of a hiding at Arsenal, while Everton had been showing signs of really hitting their stride. Will the break have altered the fortunes of either side?
Man City v Bournemouth (3pm): Two teams struggling with injuries go head to head at the Etihad. Bournemouth have not only lost top scorer Callum Wilson, but have had both record signings ruled out already in their maiden season in the PL. City meanwhile saw the curse of the international break strike again with David Silva a doubt, and Sergio Aguero succumbing to yet another hamstring injury.
Southampton v Leicester (3pm): Turns out the Tinkerman knows a thing or two about football management then huh? Tony Cottee and the rest of the critics may have spent the last few weeks eating humble pie after their over the top reaction to Ranieri’s appointment in the summer. Can Leicester continue their upward surge, or will Southampton’s seemingly more composed approach win out?
West Brom v Sunderland (3pm): With Sam Allardyce taking over at Sunderland this one has the feel of a long ball reunion as they travel to Tony Pulis’ West Brom. Yes, we’re leaning on the cliche for this preview (sorry, please don’t complain, Sam. You're probably not reading this, if you are, I'm shocked, and Hi Sam! Pulis is definitely reading it).
Watford v Arsenal (5.30pm): Can Arsenal continue their sudden sparkling form at Watford, or will it be “same old Arsenal, always completely and utterly unpredictable from one game to the next”?
Newcastle v Norwich (4pm): Just the one match on ‘Super Sunday’ this week, as Steve McClaren tries to finally get his Newcastle team firing against a more than competent Norwich side.
Swansea v Stoke (8pm): Two sides who have struggled for consistency so far this season. They both look like teams ready to pull things together and it could certainly be an entertaining game.
Other Britmojis to use:
As well as all the team shirts, we’ve got the GOAL and PENALTY cries for you to bring to your chat as well!
Britmojis on standby:
Come lunchtime on Sunday you might think the Super Sunday clash would look better from the pub? We’re here to help persuade your mates: