A little preview and some facts regarding these three fixtures of Premier League.
Chelsea vs Everton
The big match of this weekend will be between Chelsea and Everton. The Blues are fighting for the title while Everton are eyeing the Champions League spot. Chelsea had a game in midweek against Galatasaray in the first leg of round of 16 of the Champions League while Everton players rested which will be a plus point for Everton side tomorrow.
Fact is that Chelsea have not lost a game this season at Stamford Bridge, won 11 out of 13.
If Chelsea win, then they will continue to enjoy the top position in the league table.
Chelsea 2-1 Everton
Arsenal vs Sunderland
Sunderland will face Arsenal at Emirates this weekend on Saturday. Sunderland have been struggling to avoid relegation this season. Currently with 24 points on 18thposition, while Arsenal are working hard to move to top once again.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be the man to watch for Arsenal as he has displayed good game since his return from injury. Injury list remains the same for Arsenal as of the last match and for Sunderland Steven Fletcher will miss the game due to a calf injury.
Fact Arsenal have made 44 clear cut chances 23 more than Sunderland.
Arsenal 3-1 Sunderland
Liverpool vs Swansea City
Liverpool will host Swansea City in an early kick-off on Sunday. Liverpool are desperate to get the top 4 this season and this fixture will be an important one as Swansea have always given a hard time.
Reds right back Glen Johnson will return to the squad according to boss Brendan Rodgers. While midfielder Lucas Leiva and defender Mamadou Sakho both will be unavailable for this clash.
For Swansea, they will play their third match in eight days after playing against Napoli in Europa league. Jonjo Shelvy has made a return which is a positive point for the Swansea side.
Liverpool 2-0 Swansea City