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By
Nick Budicin

15 Sep 2016 - 4:20 PM  UPDATED 15 Sep 2016 - 4:23 PM

Chelsea vs Liverpool (Saturday 17 September, 5.00am AEST)

Week five of the Premier League kicks off as Chelsea host Liverpool whose attacking prowess has blossomed so far this season with eleven goals.

Chelsea is hoping to return to the top of the table following a shock draw at Swansea.

Hull City vs Arsenal (Sunday 18 September, 12.00am AEST - LIVE & FREE on SBS TV)

After their last gasp come-from-behind 2-1 victory against Southampton, Arsenal will look to stay in touch with the top of the table at newly promoted Hull City.

Both sides needed injury-time goals to salvage points last week. Robert Snodgrass’s free-kick earned Hull City a draw, while a Santi Cazorla penalty gave the Gunners a valuable three points.

Manchester City vs Bournemouth (Sunday 18 September, 12.00am AEST)

Manchester City will host a struggling Bournemouth as it looks to consolidate its position atop the Premier League standings.

Bournemouth enter the contest after recording a 1-0 win — their first of the season — against West Brom, but the Cherries will have it all to do against the ladder leaders.

West Brom vs West Ham (Sunday 18 September, 12.00am AEST)

The Hammers were left devastated when they let a two-goal lead slip at London Stadium.

The West Brom faithful will be optimistic for a more satisfying result following a disappointing start to the season.

Leicester City vs Burnley FC (Sunday 18 September, 12.00am AEST)

Leicester has made a dream start to their first ever Champions League campaign with a 3-0 win over Club Brugge.

However, Burnley sit on top of them on the Premier League table and will fight to stay above the reigning champions.

Everton vs Middlesbrough (Sunday 18 September, 2.30am AEST)

Everton will try to keep their hot start to the season going as they take on Middlesbrough at Goodison Park.

Middlesbrough had their unbeaten run ended by Crystal Palace last week, and with the Romelu Lukaku goal drought being broken, a tough task lies ahead for the Boro.

Watford vs Manchester United (Sunday 18 September, 9.00pm AEST)

Watford, buoyed by their 4-2 comeback victory over West Ham, will take on a Manchester United side that will be eager to atone for last week’s loss in the Manchester derby.

United will need a win to stay in touch with the league leaders, but a plucky Watford will indeed make things difficult for Jose Mourinho’s men.

Crystal Palace vs Stoke City (Sunday 18 September, 11.15pm AEST)

Stoke will be hoping they can stop the rot after a dismal display against Tottenham saw them trounced 4-0.

They’ll come up against a Crystal Palace side that just secured their first win of this EPL campaign, 2-1 over Middlesbrough through goals from Christian Benteke and Wilfried Zaha.

Southampton vs Swansea City (Sunday 18 September, 11.15pm AEST)

A certain point for Southampton was cancelled out by an added-time penalty coolly buried by Santi Cazorla.

Consistency will be the focus for the Swans after a terrific second half earned them a point against Chelsea.

Tottenham vs Sunderland (Monday 19 September, 1.30am AEST)

Tottenham, off the back of a 4-0 thrashing of Stoke, will look to continue their unbeaten run against Sunderland.

David Moyes’s men were left broken by a Lukaku hat trick in the last fixture. The Black Cat’s defence anticipates an even bigger challenge this week at the Stadium of Light.