7:45 ET Sunderland v West Bromwich Albion
10:00 ET Everton v Norwich City
10:00 ET Manchester United v Queens Park Rangers
10:00 ET Stoke City v Fulham
10:00 ET Wigan Athletic v Reading
12:30 ET Aston Villa v Arsenal
Sunday, November 25, 2012
8:30 ET Swansea City v Liverpool
10:00 ET Southampton v Newcastle United
11:00 ET Chelsea v Manchester City
11:00 ET Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United
5:30 AM wakeup on Sunday
Great chance for us to move up the table, but history over the last few years indicates that we will not capitalize on that chance.
Southampton is hosting Newcastle Reserves Sunday. May wanna make the change.
So not looking forward to it. I looked at the lineups for the first 12 matches of both seasons and Newcastle missed Ben Arfa for 5 and Tiote for 3 of them but neither at the same time. They even had the same basic lineup with at most 1 change for 6-7 games in a row. This injury crisis is killing them and hopefully they can right the ship soon and go into January in decent position all things considered.