Week 13 of the Barclays Premier League sees a host of top fixtures, with all of the big sides in action.
As previously reported at tixdaq, the good news is that tickets are still available for the following matches with prices starting at less than £15.
Sunderland vs West Brom at Stadium of Light
Last week, Martin O’Neill’s team surprised everyone managing to hit three goals at Craven Cottage against Fulham, which lead to Sunderland’s second victory in 19 Premier League games. The Black Cats will now face the tough task of repeating themselves at The Stadium of Light against West Brom, who have won their last three matches. Kick off: Saturday @ 12.45pm
Everton vs Norwich City at Goodison Park
Last week’s 1-0 triumph over United was Norwich best performance of the year. The Canaries will be out to continue their recent Premier League resurgence when they travel to Everton on Saturday, trying to carry forward their five-match unbeaten run. But it won’t be easy against fifth-placed Everton, who still haven’t tasted defeat on their home turf with three wins and two draws in their five matches. Kick off: Saturday @ 3pm
Wigan vs Reading at DW Stadium
Wigan are seeking a return to form when they host Reading, fresh from their first win of the season last weekend. But Roberto Martinez must do so without several key players as he is forced to deal with an injury crisis at DW Stadium. Kick off: Saturday @ 3pm
Aston Villa vs Arsenal at Villa Park
Aston Villa play host to Arsenal on Saturday evening looking to climb out of the bottom three. Villa boss Paul Lambert has no fresh injury concerns to deal with as he looks to
bounce back from last week’s mauling to Manchester City, while Arsenal will again be without forward Theo Walcott. Kick off: Saturday @ 5.30pm
Chelsea vs Manchester City at Stamford Bridge
The arrival of Rafa Benitez puts an interesting slant on Sunday’s league meeting between the two clubs at Stamford Bridge. Will he be able to defeat City who, despite their European troubles, have been picking up results domestically and are the only unbeaten team in the Premier League? Kick off: Sunday @ 4pm