'Super Sunday' Is Derby Day And It's Football Heaven
Not one but THREE local derbies headline 'Super Sunday'.
Chelsea host Fulham in the West London derby, Arsenal then entertain North London rivals Spurs at the Emirates before Liverpool take on neighbours Everton.
Three massive games back-to-back-to-back.
Stamford Bridge kicks-off a busy Sunday as Claudio Ranieri returns to his former club. He took over the helm at Fulham following the sacking of Slavisa Jokanovic.
And the Italian began his reign by securing three vital league points against Southampton. He now takes his charges to Chelsea who suffered their first league defeat of the season to Spurs.
'Super Sunday's' second installment sees Arsenal and Spurs go head-to-head.
The first North London derby of the new campaign. Unai Emery's first taste of the fierce rivalry. Mauricio Pochettino will be gunning for a second London scalp in a matter of weeks after inflicting Chelsea with their first league loss, last weekend.
:red_circle: It's hard to ignore that the north London derby is just around the corner...
...so tell us, what are your favourite NLD memories? pic.twitter.com/09TVIM9bkv
- Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) November 29, 2018
Rounding off this weekends Premier League fixtures; the Merseyside derby.
Jurgen Klopp vs. Marco Silva. The German pits his tactics against the Portuguese boss in a mouth-watering clash.
12:00 - Chelsea vs. Fulham
14:05 - Arsenal vs. Spurs
16:15 - Liverpool vs. Everton
If that wasn't enough, there's some spicy fixtures across Europe.
In England's second-tier, Sheffield United play Leeds United.
As well as Real Madrid vs. Valenica in La Liga, AS Roma vs. Inter Milan in Serie A not to mention a juggernaut Dutch meeting in the shape of Feyenoord vs. PSV.
What game are you most looking forward to? Let us know.