Halloween | Spooky goings on and football action
Join us for Halloween
It’s all treats and no tricks at Tib Street Tavern this weekend, with some scarily good offers. So get dressed up and come on down… if you dare! In other news there’s some big games in the Premier League to keep you entertained and as usual we’re showing the best match ups on Saturday and Sunday.
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NEWCASTLE vs CHELSEA Saturday 2nd 12.45pm
A big win at Stamford Bridge last weekend and a comfortable victory against Arsenal in the cup means Chelsea have hit a hot bit of form at the moment. But Newcastle held Man City to a goalless draw in midweek, and were unlucky to lose in extra time, proving they’re no pushovers on their own turf.
FULHAM vs MAN UNITED Saturday 2nd 3.00pm
With some of the pressure lifted off David Moyes after two wins in a row, he will be hoping his men can get a result at Craven Cottage this weekend. And with Van Persie back from a knock and Rooney in fine form, Fulham certainly have a tough test ahead of them.
ARSENAL vs LIVERPOOL Saturday 2nd 5.30pm
Who would have guessed that these two would have been sitting at the top of the table at this stage of the season? A huge game that both teams will be desperate to win, and it should be a tight one with Suarez and Sturridge looking deadly for Liverpool, and Özil, Ramsey and Giroud in hot form for the Gunners.
EVERTON vs TOTTENHAM Sunday 3rd 1.30pm
Spurs face a tough trip to an in form Everton side. Lukaku has netted 5 times in his last 5 games, and will be hoping to add to his tally. But Tottenham have some serious talent in their squad, and you get the feeling these two will be fighting for a similar position in the league come the end of the season.
CARDIFF vs SWANSEA Sunday 3rd 4.00pm
This derby is the first ever English top-flight fixture between non-English clubs. And it should be a good one. Michu hasn’t played in a South Wales derby until now. Can he further integrate himself as a fans favourite by scoring in a win against Cardiff?
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