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After a long break for the International matches, English Premier League kicks back into action. One of the biggest matches on show will be at Stamford Bridge where Chelsea take on Leicester City on Saturday, October 15.

Chelsea and Leceister Season so far

Chelsea started their season well under new coach Antonio Conte. With no European action this season, many predicted that Chelsea would be one of the underdogs for the title. But their quick start fizzled out before the international break as consecutive losses to Liverpool and Arsenal came as a reality check. After seven rounds of matches, the Blues are sitting at seventh place with 13 points.

International breaks are always looked back as a break in momentum by the clubs but it is something they can’t run away from. And when the English Premier League season restarts after the short break, all eyes would be on Manchester City.

Man City and Everton Season so far

The arrival of Pep Guardiola to the Etihad has been the talking point of the entire Premier League this season. And true to the expectations, City have been in scintillating form annihilating every opponent. But that was only until they encountered fellow pace-setters Tottenham. The loss before the break must have hurt Pep and his troops. A retaliation in the pipeline? Quite possible! The Citizens have 18 points from seven matches and currently are top of the table.

English Premier League weekend seven started with a bang with some wonderful action in six matches. Although four of the six matches ended in stalemate, there was so much action all around.

Belgian show at Goodison Park

Everton and Crystal Palace played out an entertaining 1-1 draw at Goodison Park. While Romelu Lukaku scored a spectacular free-kick for the hosts, it was his Belgian team-mate Cristian Benteke who levelled the scores for the Eagles. The win continues the great start to the season for the Toffees who are in fourth place provisionally while Palace remain eighth.

View all the English Premier League fixtures for week 7 season 2016 - 2017.

EN England - Premier League - WEEK 7 Season 2016 - 2017
Date Home team Score/ Time Away Team Stadium
Mon 26/09/16 Burnley 2 - 0 Watford Turf Moor, Burnley
Fri 30/09/16 Everton 1 : 1 Crystal Palace Goodison Park, Liverpool
Sat 01/10/16 Swansea City 1 : 2 Liverpool Liberty Stadium, Swansea
  Hull City 0 : 2 Chelsea KCOM Stadium, Hull
  Sunderland 1 : 1 West Bromwich … Stadium of Light, Sunderland
  Watford 2 : 2 AFC Bournemouth Vicarage Road, Watford
  West Ham United 1 : 1 Middlesbrough London Stadium, London
Sun 02/10/16 Manchester United 1 : 1 Stoke City Old Trafford, Manchester
  Leicester City 0 : 0 Southampton King Power Stadium, Leicester
  Tottenham Hotspur 2 : 0 Manchester City White Hart Lane, London
  Burnley 0 : 1 Arsenal Turf Moor, Burnley

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It was as if Arsene Wenger found a new lease of live in the absence of Jose Mourinho. In a tie that has in the recent past been dominated by the tussles of Wenger and Mourinho, Arsenal underlined its title credentials with a comfortable 3-0 win over Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium.

Bright from the start

What a Super Saturday we had in Premier League! There were goals galore and action till the last minute in most matches highlighting how close the league is! Let’s look back at the action.

Klopp…you little beauty!

It was irresistible Reds all the way at Anfield as five-star Liverpool thrashed Hull City 5-1. Goals from Adam Lallana, Sadio Mane, Philippe Coutinho and a brace from James Milner were indicative of how dominant the Reds were this evening. David Meyler grabbed a goal for the visitors early in the second half who had to play for more than an hour with 10 men. Ahmed Elmohamady was sent-off in the first-half for the Tigers. Jurgen Klopps’ men surely look top four contenders on current form.