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Midweek special: what Premier League games are on this week? Times, how to watch on TV and stream online

All the information you need if you want to watch the Premier League matchday-15 games, including a Manchester United vs Chelsea clash.

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All the information you need if you want to watch the Premier League matchday-15 games, including a Manchester United vs Chelsea clash.

The Premier League is back with another series of exciting games for soccer lovers. The tournament is getting more interesting as the matches take place and probably the best example of that is the relentless fight among the top teams in the table. There’s only a six-point difference between leaders Arsenal and fifth-placed Tottenham, which means this campaign there’s less of a difference among the strongest sides. At least, that’s what the table shows.

Arsenal are in control of the standings for now, with Mikel Arteta’s side being the only one to have recorded 10 wins in the competition. Liverpool are also in red-hot form and are only one point behind them, while the current champions Manchester City are in the third spot after another draw last weekend against Tottenham, Aston Villa is another team to watch, as they are sitting fourth after a solid start to the new season.

You can watch a live stream of some of the games on Peacock.

Some other matches can be watched on fuboTV (free trial available).

Aston Villa vs Manchester City

Can Aston Villa overtake Manchester City in the Premier League standings? Taking into consideration that City are far away from looking like the unstoppable team that won the domestic competition and the Champions League last term, Villa have a good chance of getting the win in front of their fans.

However, Pep Guardiola is aware of his team’s struggles and will try to motivate his players and get the best of them when they play at Villa Park. A win for The Citizens would restore part of the confidence they seem to have lost after sharing the spoils with Tottenham, Liverpool, and Chelsea in their last games.

(Wednesday, December 6 at 3.15 p.m. ET/ Peacock)

Luton vs Arsenal

Mikel Arteta’s frustration with seeing how Arsenal lost the title when they were so close to lifting it probably affected him more than what it seems and that’s maybe one of the reasons why the team is looking so solid so far.

Arsenal are commanding the standings with 33 points, having lost only one match. They had to dig deep against Wolves last weekend but, once again, they came out on top in a hard-fought clash.

Luton will try to stop Arsenal’s five-game winning streak, but things haven’t really gone their way so far and Rob Edwards’ men will have a big task ahead if they plan on defeating Goliath.

(Tuesday, December 5 at 2.30 p.m. ET/ Peacock)

Manchester United vs Chelsea

One of the most exciting and unpredictable games in Week 15 is the Manchester United vs Chelsea game. In a battle of two teams looking to climb up positions from the mid-table, The Red Devils will hope to get the job done at Old Trafford. After avoiding defeat in three consecutive games, Erik ten Hag’s squad was defeated again, this time by Newcastle.

With things looking pretty ugly in the Champions League after their 3-3 draw to Galatasaray, United don’t depend on themselves to advance to the UCL round of 16. In the league, they are sitting seventh, nine points away from Arsenal, so there’s a lot of room for improvement too.

However, they are five points ahead of Chelsea, who don’t seem to have learned from last year’s lesson and aren’t showing any better soccer than last campaign’s. They are in the 10th spot with 19 points, tied to Brentford, and despite showing some signs of their old form against Tottenham, City, and Brighton, they need to find more consistency in their game and results.

(Wednesday, December 6 at 3.15 p.m. ET/ Peacock)

Tottenham vs West Ham

After Harry Kane’s move to Bayern, many thought Tottenham would struggle this season, but the truth is that Ange Postecoglou’s team has been one of the best sides in the tournament so far.

They are currently sitting fifth with 27 points and although they suffered three consecutive losses to Chelsea, Wolves, and Aston Villa, they showed up at Etihad Stadium and managed to get a good draw against Manchester City.

Although they are favorites to grab the three points against West Ham, The Hammers are a dangerous opponent and could give Tottenham a scare or two. They are in the ninth spot, two points ahead of Chelsea, and a win here could help them get closer to the European spots.

(Thursday, December 7 at 3.15 p.m. ET/ USA Network, Universo, Fubo, DirecTV Stream, Sling Blue)

The rest of Week 15 games

Tuesday, December 5

  • Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Burnley (2.30 p.m. ET/ USA Network, Fubo, DirecTV Stream, Sling Blue)

Wednesday, December 06

  • Crystal Palace vs. AFC Bournemouth (2.30 p.m. ET/ Peacock)
  • Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Brentford (2.30 p.m. ET/ Peacock)
  • Fulham vs. Nottingham Forest (2.30 p.m. ET/ USA Network, Fubo, DirecTV Stream, Sling Blue)
  • Sheffield United vs. Liverpool (2.30 p.m. ET/ Peacock)

Thursday, December 07

  • Everton vs. Newcastle United (2.30 p.m. ET/ Peacock)
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