Bengaluru, Sep 15: English Premier League game week 5 kicks-off on Saturday midnight night (September 17) with a cracker of a match as two league giants Liverpool FC and Chelsea FC lock horns. [EPL 2016-17: Full schedule for the month of September]
Chelsea are off to a great start in the league under new manager Antonio Conte as they are yet to be defeated in the league. Liverpool on the other hand have had a topsy turvy start to the season.
After beating Arsenal scoring four goals, Jurgen Klopp's side met with a shocking defeat at the hands of minnows Burnley. The third game saw them managing a 1-1 draw against Tottenham.
Last week, The Reds notched up a convincing win over reigning champions Leicester City which will definitely boost up their confidence.
On Saturday, Arsenal visit Hull to take on Hull City. The Gunners have finally found some momentum after a horrible start to the season.
They picked up two back to back wins to move up the table. The inclusion of Skhodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez will slowly improve things at the Gunners camp.
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City take on AFC Bournemouth. The Cityzens will be high on confidence after winning the Manchester derby last week.
On Sunday (September 18) Watford welcome Jose Mourinho's Manchester United . The Red Devils will look forward to bounce back and regain their previous form as move ahead in the league.
Here is the full schedule of English Premier League game week 5:
September 17 (Saturday) - Chelsea Vs Liverpool - 12:30 AM (IST)
September 17 (Saturday) - Hull City Vs Arsenal - 7:30 PM (IST)
September 17 (Saturday) - Manchester City Vs Bournemouth - 7:30 PM (IST)
September 17 (Saturday) - West Brom Vs West Ham - 7:30 PM (IST)
September 17 (Saturday) - Leicester City Vs Burnley - 7:30 PM (IST)
September 17 (Saturday) - Everton Vs Middlesbrough - 10:00 PM (IST)
September 18 (Sunday) - Watford Vs Manchester United - 4:30 PM (IST)
September 18 (Sunday) - Crystal Palace Vs Stoke City - 6:45 PM (IST)
September 18 (Sunday) - Southampton Vs Swansea City - 6:45 PM (IST)
September 18 (Sunday) - Tottenham Vs Sunderland - 9:00 PM (IST)