Liverpool v Everton and reasons to be glad the Premier League is back The wait is over, folks (Pictures: Getty) Unless it a World Cup or European Championships, louis vuitton neverfull epi no one cares about international football anymore.
In fact, for some time now international breaks have beenuniversally hated for interrupting the Premier League, Champions League and all the other proper football that goes on at club level. Thankfully, after a long two weeks, we can welcome back the real stuff this weekend, with some exciting fixtures in eva clutch louis vuitton amazon store as we head into one of the most crucial stages of the season. Chelsea may well have the Premier League titlemore or less sewn up already, but there still louis vuitton bags jeddah a lot to play for in the race for the top four and at the other end of the table. So, as if you needed them, here are five reasons to be excited about the return of proper football this weekend Merseyside Derby Liverpool host Everton in the Merseyside Derby (Picture: Getty) Is any further explanation needed? One of the best derbies in world football, let alone England Liverpool host Everton in early kick off to get things started in style. PL top scorers 2016/17 Romelu Lukaku 21 Jurgen Klopp men will be favourites and will hope to cement their grip on fourth place with a victory here, though Ronald Koeman side are also thinking big this season. The Toffees are 7th and level on points with Arsenal (though the Gunners have two games in hand on them three by the time this match ends) and could fancy a late challenge for a European place. With Romelu Lukaku in such lethal form at the moment, this promises to be a thrilling contest between two evenly matched sides who both play an entertaining brand of attacking and technically minded football. More: FootballLukaku, De Bruyne now Depay: Has Mourinho spurned another superstar in the making? Man Utd plot swoop for transfer expert who made Saints millions and found Dele Alli Chelsea are homing in on the Premier League title (Picture: Getty) Antonio Conte has taken to the Premier League like a duck to water, but there one big rite of passage of English football that he not yet taken and that a game against a Sam Allardyce side. Now in charge of Crystal Palace, Big Sam was briefly England manager when Conte first set foot on these shores, with Chelsea claiming a 1 0 win over Alan Pardew Palace at Selhurst Park earlier in the season. Palace may still be struggling near the wrong end of the table, but their form has picked up of late they won three in a row in the league, keeping three clean sheets in the process.
Boro, having recently sacked the struggling Aitor Karanka, look in real trouble and could be dealt a further blow to their survival hopes here with a defeat to the Swans. Paul louis vuitton apache briefcase Clement has done a good job since replacing Bob Bradley at the Liberty Stadium, with four wins from ten to lift the club out of the bottom three. Middlesbrough, meanwhile, haven won in eleven games and may have to start preparing for the Championship if this one ends in anything but a win.
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