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Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 4: Live Blog

Kick off the discussion of today’s Premier League action with a live blog, which will be open from 9:30am to Noon ET.

It’s pretty rare that you’ll have Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Spurs and Liverpool all playing at the same time, but that’s what we have today at 10am ET (3pm BST) with Arsenal against Swansea, Sunderland against Chelsea, Stoke versus Liverpool, Manchester City against Wigan and Wolves vs Spurs. With next week’s Champions League and Europa League matches, the Premier League wanted to be sure that most of the teams competing would play earlier in the weekend to be fully rested for mid-week.

Don’t forget that Everton will be playing Aston Villa at 10am ET, while Bolton hosts Manchester United at 12:30pm ET.

By now, most of you know the drill. Before, during or after the matches today, use the live blog and/or comments section to post your questions, rants, raves or observations. As Kartik Krishnaiyer says, enjoy your football!

EPL September 10 Live!

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4 Responses to Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 4: Live Blog

  1. IanCransonsKnees says:

    Just back, stunning save by Begovic from Henderson won it for us.

    Chant of the day when Andy Carroll was warming up; ‘I bet you’re still drunk, I bet you’re still dru-unk, Andy Carroll I bet you’re still drunk.’

    Looks like another 5 goal plus game for United.

  2. Guy says:

    Poor Andy. hahaha

  3. Tom Hingley says:

    Phillip Badger, just FYI, the new stand at Molineux is nowhere near finished. Just the bottom tier is in a condition where they can put some fans in it while they continue with the upper tier, proper hospitality facilities and of course a roof. The stand will be complete next May.

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