Mohamed Salah (11) celebrates with teammates after scoring against West Ham in the EPL/The Guardian
By Ray Hamill
Just 11 games into the English Premier League season, there’s a very familiar look to the top of the table.
The top six teams, in fact, are exactly what just about every fan, expert, player, manager and water boy would have predicted at this stage, even if the final order of that six is still up for debate.
So what have we learned so far this campaign? Well, money still talks when it comes to buying potential success, while Manchester City is the team to beat this year, Tottenham is still dangerous, and some things just never seem to change for Liverpool and Arsenal.
EPL leaders Manchester City have been red hot lately/The Guardian
By Ray Hamill
It’s going to be another Super Sunday in the English Premier League this weekend, with five of the big six in action, including a pair of mouthwatering matchups.
And that means an early start for U.S. fans, with the first of four games getting under way at 7 a.m. on the East Coast.
It will also be the last action for a couple of weeks with the final international break of the year scheduled for next weekend.
First up on Sunday, third-placed Tottenham will attempt to bounce back from last weekend’s loss to Manchester United, hosting a struggling Crystal Palace in an all-London affair.