The Premier League Finally Returns After The Longest Two Weeks Of Our Lives
It has been a long time coming but finally, the Premier League will return to our screens this afternoon when Chelsea host Manchester United at Stamford Bridge in the 12:30pm kick-off.
Jose Mourinho will return to his old stomping ground in a couple of hours time to face a red hot Chelsea side who have yet to be beaten in their first eight Premier League games.
If United do manage to collect all three points, we won't be seeing a famous Mourinho celebration on the touchline any time soon.
That isn't the only tasty Premier League game this weekend.
Manchester City will face Burnley in just one of the many 3pm kick-off's, while West Ham coming up against Spurs and Liverpool' face Huddersfield at the John Smith's stadium at 5;30pm.
Super Sunday brings us another potentially exciting tie as Everton welcome Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace side to Goodison Park. Who's already pre-recorded Match of the Day, then?
Today's Premier League fixtures:- Football Tweet (@Football__Tweet) October 20, 2018
Chelsea vs. Man Utd
Bournemouth vs. Southampton
Cardiff vs. Fulham
Man City vs. Burnley
Newcastle vs. Brighton
West Ham vs. Tottenham
Wolves vs. Watford
Huddersfield vs. Liverpool pic.twitter.com/tzluUHITW3
Away from the Premier League, Barcelona face Sevilla in one of the biggest La Liga games of the weekend, while Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus side host Genoa and AC Milan face rivals Inter in Serie A.
What a time to be alive.
La Liga is back tonight with the start of the matchday nine fixtures pic.twitter.com/9GHEzaHGOA- SuperBarca (@RodriBarca1) October 19, 2018
What will you be watching this weekend?
Let us know in the comments.