This week soccer matches and fixtures


After all the drama from La liga involving Messi, and the success of Arsenal in the Community Shield, it is time to focus on this week’s fixtures.

This week, most of the soccer fields will have little action as many electrifying leagues end. There are no fixtures of the premier league this week, but the season resumes on 12th September 2020. The exciting European cups have ended. The National League, FA, UEFA National Leagues, and the Football League Trophy matches will reign this week.

The FA cup has some fixtures today, Tuesday, midweek, and the weekend. The closest games to look out for and make your predictions are highlighted as follows

Monday, August 31, 2020

FA Cup

The Harlow ArenaWoodford Town   vs London Colney21:45 EAT
Football match fixtures, source: Supersport

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

FA Cup

Crawley Down GatwickLancing Culver Road v. Phoenix Sports21:30 EAT
TBAWells City V. Bovey Tracey21:30 EAT
TBAArdley United V. Edgware Town21:30 EAT
TBAUckfield Town V. Little Common21:30 EAT
Roundstone Recreation GroundEast Preston   V. Chatham Town21:30 EAT
TBAEasington Sports V. Tring Athletic21:30 EAT
Football match fixtures, source: Supersport

Thursday, September 3, 2020

UEFA National Leagues

Arena L’vivUkraine V. Switzerland21:45 EAT
Yeni Sivas 4 Eylül StadyumuTurkey V. Hungary21:45 EAT
VBA ArenaRussia V. Serbia21:45 EAT
Stadion StoziceSlovenia V. Greece21:45 EAT
Mercedes-Benz-ArenaGermany V. Spain21:45 EAT
Football match fixtures, source: Supersport

Friday, September 4, 2020

Uilevaal stadionNorway V. Austria21:45 EAT
Hampden ParkScotland V. Israel21:45 EAT
Football match fixtures, source: Supersport

League cup

Riverside StadiumMiddlesbrouth V. Shrewbury Town19:30 EAT
Pirelli StadiumBurton Albion V. Accrington Stanley21:30 EAT
Football match fixtures, source: Supersport

Saturday, September 5, 2020

League cup

StadiumfixtureTime (EAT)
Park Pride StadiumDerby County V. Barrow14:00 EAT
Ashton GateBristol City V. Exeter City16:00 EAT
Weston Homes StadiumPeterborough United V. Cheltenham Town17:00 EAT
University of Bolton StadiumBolton Wanderers V. Bradford City17:00 EAT
Football match fixtures, source: Supersport

Sunday, September 6, 2020

StadiumFixturesTime (EAT)
TBASpain V. Ukraine21:45 EAT
St Jakob-ParkSwitzerland V. Germany21:45 EAT
Football match fixtures, source: Supersport
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this week football match fixtures

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Upcoming English Premier League matches

As the 2020-2021 premier league matches begin this month, the fixtures place Liverpool at the centre of action this month. The reds will meet Chelsea and Arsenal in some of the highly anticipated games of this season. Notably, Liverpool has set new records in the just concluded season in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic. They managed to win the premier league title for the 2019-2020 season, and they will be set to defend it starting this month. The team made history by taking a 25-point lead of the season and having 24 consecutive home wins, which was four steps ahead of the Manchester city record of 20. By taking the cup with seven matches remaining, Liverpool set a new record. The team managed to have 110 points in 38 matches, which was a premier league record. Liverpool is a strong side, and its fixtures with Chelsea and arsenal will keep the fans unsettled to see the action.

Liverpool vs. Chelsea 20 SEP 2020, 18:30 (EAT)


The premier league fixtures between Liverpool and Chelsea have always attracted a lot of attention. However, the Liverpool side is getting stronger in recent years as Chelsea struggles for a spot in the top four teams. Liverpool has won 81 games, drawn 41 matches, and lost 64 games with Chelsea. Last season, Liverpool won all their premier league matches with Chelsea bating them 2-1 in September 2019, and 5-3 in July 2020. The upcoming match between these two soccer giants is highly anticipated.

Liverpool vs. Arsenal 28 Sep 2020 22:00 (EAT)


These two sides have mixed results. Last season, Liverpool beat Arsenal 3-1 in their first leg premier league encounter. In the second leg, Arsenal won 2-1. Last week, the rivals met in the community shield cup and drew 1-1, but Liverpool lost in the penalties to a a5-4 defeat. The stakes are higher for this month’s clash as the premier league season kicks off.

Manchester City triumph in a double game week as project restart becomes a success

Manchester City triumph in a double game week

Since English Premier League restart on 17th June, Manchester City has been the most successful club so far after two comfortable wins against Arsenal and Burnley consecutively. The defending league champions easily got three points from a defensively struggling Arsenal on the night of Wednesday 17th June, with a 3-0 victory, goals scored by Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and Phil foden respectively. Manchester city and Arsenal have had quite a bitter rivalry, with City having a good run and winning their last six matches against the gunners. This result did not come as surprise for many since the Londoners were deemed as the weaker side and suffered two injuries from Granit Xhaka and Pablo Mari which led to unplanned substitution.The Cityzens extended their winning streak on Monday, June 22nd, with a phenomenal 5-0 home win against Burnley with Phil Foden and Riyadh Mahrez both scoring two goals and one goal from David Silva. Burnley had two of their major attacking players, Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes, out on injury and this really affected their gameplay. This was an easy win for City since they massively outclassed The Clarets despite having starting the game with some of their key players on the bench. Pep Guardiola, City’s Head Coach, has been quite efficient in rotating his squad to give all his players enough game time and it is now easier for him since clubs can now make up to five substitutions in a single game. Manchester City are set face Chelsea on Thursday at Stamford Bridge, hoping to win and stretch the gap between them and Leicester City on the league tablePhoto credits: Manchester City Official Twitter account:@Mancity