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Title race

Although it’s early, it’s looking like a three horse race for the Premier League crown this season. Liverpool look to be back to their best, Pep has turned up the heat in Manchester, and Thomas Tuchel’s European Champions are on course to be on top of the Premier League tree come Christmas. Although it’s too early to rule West Ham out, their European ventures, as exciting for the club as they may be, will surely have a detrimental effect on manager David Moyes’ ability to pick a fresh and full strength Hammers team over the next couple of months. Keep your eyes peeled, as many a Champion-elect has fallen at the hurdle that is December, and with three still on their feet, this next hurdle will no doubt be crucial in determining gold, silver and bronze.


Featured games:

West Ham v Chelsea – London Stadium – Saturday 4th December 12.30pm

Liverpool v Aston Villa – Anfield – Saturday 11th December 3pm

Chelsea v Leeds – Stamford Bridge – Saturday 11th December 3pm

Chelsea v Everton – Stamford Bridge – Thursday 16th December 7.45pm

Liverpool v Newcastle – Anfield – Thursday 16th December 8pm

Manchester City v Leicester – Etihad – Sunday 26th December 3pm

Chelsea v Brighton – Stamford Bridge – Wednesday 29th December 7.30pm


Race for top 4

The race for top 4 is more competitive than ever before, with the likes of Manchester United, Leicester and Arsenal fighting to break into those illusive Champions League spots ahead of next year. Whilst Arsenal were the laughing stock of English football at the end of September, Mikel Arteta seems to have turned things around at the Emirates and with his youngsters firing, knows that the Christmas period will be his toughest test yet this term. United have Ronaldo scoring for fun at Old Trafford again, but need to turn their wretched form around if they are going to break into a top four that looks more and more solid by the game. The pressure is on for Ole and his team as they enter a crucial stage of their season, and his career.


Featured games:

Manchester United v Arsenal – Old Trafford – Thursday 2nd December 8.15pm

Arsenal v West Ham – London Stadium – Wednesday 15th December 8pm

Leicester v Spurs – King Power Stadium- Thursday 16th December 7.30pm

Manchester United v Brighton – Old Trafford – Saturday 18th December 12.30pm

Spurs v Liverpool – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Sunday 19th December 4.30pm

Arsenal v Wolves – Emirates Stadium – Tuesday 28th December 12.30pm

Manchester United v Burnley – Old Trafford – Thursday 30th December 8.15pm


AOK Cavendish are delighted to offer official hospitality packages for all Premier League games. Please get in touch with us for further information - our team of hospitality experts would love to help with your requirements.

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