Aston Villa vs Sheffield United
Wednesday 17th June, 6pm on Sky Sports Premier League
A momentous occasion as Premier League football kicks off again with all matches live on television. Both these sides came up from the Championship last season with very differing stories unfolding throughout the season with United amazingly battling for a European spot whilst Villa look to secure another season in the top flight.
Napoli vs Juventus
Wednesday 17th June, 8pm on BT Sport 2
The Coppa Italia Final takes place this week with 2 of Italy’s giants going head to head in the countries capital. Despite Cristiano Ronaldo missing a penalty Juventus booked their place in the final on Friday night with a bore draw against 10 man Milan in Turin. Meanwhile, Napoli went through on aggregate after a 1-1 draw in Inter in Naples.
Man City vs Arsenal
Wednesday 17th June, 8:15pm on Sky Sports Premier League
The student takes on the master as Mikel Arteta takes his Arsenal side to take on former mentor and employer Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. Arsenal have registered some horrible form against City in recent years conceding 14 goals in the last 5 Premier League meetings. Expect goals.
Spurs vs Man United
Friday 19th June, 8:15pm on Sky Sports Premier League
Jose welcomes his former employers Manchester United to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for some tasty Friday Night Football. United who were hitting a bit of form before the pandemic suspension will be hoping to pick up where they left off but Jose seems to always have some surprise up his sleeves for fixtures of this nature.
Everton vs Liverpool
Sunday 21st June, 7pm on Sky Sports Premier League
One of the hottest fixtures of the English football calendar takes place this weekend with Liverpool visiting Goodison Park in the Merseyside Derby. This is made even tastier by the fact that depending on how other results go Liverpool could win the title in their neighbours back yard.