England Premier League Week 2 tickets, fixtures
England Premier League week 2, fixtures, matchweek 2 this weekend!
Premier League table leaders Manchester United will open Week 2 of their 2017-18 campaign with a trip to face Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium in Saturday's early kick-off clash. Portuguese Red Devil’s boss Jose Mourinho hopes his side will continue their passionate performances and soundly defeat the Swans with another exciting victory after their 4-0 throttling of West Ham United in their Week 1 opener. Mourinho’s former club Chelsea will play a derby against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. The reigning Premier League champs who lost their opening Premier League match recently also lost the 2017 FA Community Shield to mighty EPL club Arsenal at Wembley Stadium. Chelsea will return to Wembley again as they attempt to defeat Tottenham Hotspur in their second match of the new EPL season at their temporary home venue while their new stadium is being built. Surprisingly Chelsea are in the bottom half of the EPL Table after suffering through a scoreless loss in their first game of their campaign to retain their league title. Meanwhile, the Spurs were slow during the opening 45 minutes of Sunday's 2-0 victory at Newcastle United. A stronger start will be required by Tottenham if they are to best Chelsea in their Wembley home match curtain-raiser. Key to defeating Chelsea may be Kyle Walker-Peters who dazzled in Spurs' season opener victory at St James' Park and was awarded man-of-the-match award: Chelsea will also need to improve from their 3-2 home defeat to Burnley on Saturday, a result that marked a horrible season start for the reigning champions, and another loss this time to Tottenham would be disastrous. Sunday's Wembley clash between Spurs and Chelsea will be interesting in several ways. To date Spurs have made no signings this summer, while the Blues have added new talent including striker Alvaro Morata who should make his first Premier League start in the London Derby after coming from the bench to score against Burnley, with Michy Batshuayi lacking in his starting berth. Tottenham will have to adapt to playing at Wembley Stadium, and will have to gear up to get the momentum to oust a dangerous Chelsea side.
Arsenal travel to Stoke City on Saturday hoping for a win after their 4-3 defeat of Leicester City in Week 1, while Liverpool and Manchester City face Crystal Palace and Everton at home, respectively. The Premier League returns on Saturday with great fixtures scheduled in EPL MatchWeek 2! Buy legal, cheap, 150% guaranteed EPL Week 2 tickets securely online at LiveFootballTickets.com! Last minute bookings for English Premier League football tickets are still available for this weekend’s clashes to watch your favorite England Premier League club fight in live action for a top spot in the 2017-18 campaign.
England Premier League Week 2 tickets, fixtures, results
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Premier League Week 2 Schedule
Saturday, August 1
Swansea City v Manchester United tickets
Bournemouth v Watford
Burnley v West Bromwich Albion
Leicester City v Brighton & Hove Albion
Liverpool v Crystal Palace tickets
Southampton v West Ham United
Stoke City v Arsenal tickets
Sunday, August 20
Huddersfield Town v Newcastle United
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea tickets
Monday, August 21
Manchester City v Everton tickets
English Premier League Table – Week 1
After Week 1, going into Week 2, Manchester United, Huddersfield Town, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Burnley, Everton, and West Bromwich have three points apiece after winning their EPL MatchWeek 1 fixtures. Reigning Premier League champions, Chelsea, lost their first match and are currently sitting in the bottom half of the EPL 2017-18 Table.
Brighton & Albion
West Ham United
Premier League Week 1 Season Opening Recap
Leicester City's superstar striker Jamie Vardy scored twice in the Foxes 4-3 loss to Arsene Wenger’s mighty Arsenal on Friday. In Saturday's early match, Watford came from behind to earn a draw against the Reds. Liverpool’s summer signing Mohamed Salah was a standout scoring a goal, while Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino also got on the scoresheet. Watford also scored through Stefano Okaka and Abdoulaye Doucoure before Miguel Britos found a late equaliser, which may have been offside. Liverpool was weak on the defensive end. Later on Saturday, Burnley's Sam Vokes and Huddersfield's Steve Mounie both also scored twice to take the lead in the top scorer's race. Swansea City and Southampton battled to a goalless draw. West Bromwich Albion beat Bournemouth 1-0, and Manchester City won 2-0 against Brighton & Hove in the late match. Defending champions Chelsea got off to a bad start in the opening 45 minutes, with Vokes bagging two goals and Stephen Ward adding to the advantage for Burnley in a surprising result. Alvaro Morata scored as a sub on his debut in the second half, but a red card for Cesc Fabregas, Chelsea's second after Gary Cahill had been sent off in the first half, ruled out any chance of a comeback. David Luiz came through with a second goal for the Blues. Former Manchester United superstar striker, Wayne Rooney had a dream return to Everton and Goodison Park, opening the scoring for Everton against Stoke City in the first half with a great header.
A rampant Manchester United earned performance-of-the-weekend honors for their one-sided beating of West Ham on Saturday, as new signing former Everton top goal scorer Romelu Lukaku bagged a debut brace at the Old Trafford opener with manager Jose Mourinho at the helm. Lukaku was the top goal scorer in the Premier League last season. Swansea manager Paul Clement will attempt to stop that bright beginning in Week 2, but an on fire and confident Red Devils will be difficult to down: Attackers Lukaku and Marcus Rashford were brilliant against the Hammers, and at midfield, Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic gave a hint of what lies ahead as their relationship bloomed. United had 22 shots to West Ham's nine, which sets a prospective dynamic for Swansea to deal with. Swansea earned a season opener 0-0 stalemate at Southampton’s St Mary's Stadium, and the Welsh outfit will be desperate to have striker Fernando Llorente back from injury in time for Saturday's clash with Mourinho's new-look United. Defending Premier League champions Chelsea were upset by Burnley 3-2 in their first match of the 2017-18 season on Saturday in one of many shocking results on the opening weekend. Huddersfield Town throttled Crystal Palace 3-0 in South London, and Watford earned a late draw against Liverpool. In the late match, Manchester City beat Brighton & Hove Albion.
Here are the week 1 results.
Arsenal 4-3 Leicester
Watford 3-3 Liverpool
Chelsea 2-3 Burnley
Crystal Palace 0-3 Huddersfield Town
Everton 1-0 Stoke City
Southampton 0-0 Swansea City
West Bromwich Albion 1-0 Bournemouth
Brighton & Hove Albion 0-2 Manchester City
Newcastle United 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester United 4-0 West Ham United
Premier League Top Goal Scorers after MatchWeek 1
Steve Mounie is at the top of the top scorer's standings with a brace for Huddersfield Town in their win over Crystal Palace. The top EPL goal scorers to date for the 2017-18 season are Steve Mounie, Huddersfield Town; Romulu Lukaku, Manchester United; Jamie Vardy, Leicester City; and Sam Vokes, Burnley all with 2 goals. The top EPL goal scorers for the 2016-17 season were Romelo Lukaku, Belgium, 25 goals (1) penalty; Alexis Sanchez, Chile, 24 goals (2) penalty; Kun Aguero, Argentina, 20 goals (4) penalty; Diego Costa, Spain, 20 goals (0) penalty. Buy cheap, 150% guaranteed EPL Week 2 football tickets securely at LiveFootballTickets.com, Check out the best seats at lowest prices, Last minute English Premier League tickets at LiveFootballTickets.com!