Premier League Matchday 12 Preview: Important Weekend In Title Race

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Liverpool take on Manchester City in the top game from Matchday 12 of the Premier League. Here is a preview for the most crucial ties over the weekend.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Matchday 12 of the English Premier League kicks off on Friday night. Arguably, the game of the season - Liverpool vs Manchester City - is scheduled to be played on Sunday, November 10 at Anfield. Here are the top games from Premier League Matchday 12.

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Premier League Matchday 12: Liverpool vs Manchester City

No matter where you stay in the world, you need to get home to watch Liverpool and Manchester City. The Reds look in a commanding position at the top of the Premier League table this season as Manchester City are trying to cut the gap. Will Liverpool finally lose this season or will Manchester City fall behind in their title defence?

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Premier League Matchday 12: Leicester City vs Arsenal

Leicester City are the surprise package of the 2019-20 Premier League season. Meanwhile, Arsenal remain without a win in their last three English top-flight matches. Will Unai Emery finally get the sack over the weekend or will Jamie Vardy and Co. falter at the King Power Stadium?

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 Premier League Matchday 12: Tottenham Hotspur vs Sheffield United

After last time's disappointing draw against Everton, Mauricio Pochettino will hope that his team can get back to winning ways against an in-form Sheffield United. Chris Wilder and Co. have been in stunning form in the Premier League having only been promoted from the Championship in the summer. Will Tottenham falter once again?

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Premier League Matchday 12: Manchester United vs Brighton Hove Albion

Manchester United take on Brighton & Hove Albion who are placed two places above them in the Premier League table. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be under immense pressure to deliver all three points at Old Trafford. Will Graham Porter's side pull off another upset by beating one of the biggest clubs in England? 

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