Premier League Fixtures And Kick-Off Times For Matchday 29

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The English Premier League returns this weekend following the March international break with some nail-biting games that will leave you wanting more.

Interestingly, Premier League matchday 29 will begin with probably the weekend’s most important match – Manchester City vs. Liverpool.

This match, which could decide whether second-placed City still has a chance to win the league and whether sixth-placed Liverpool has a chance to finish in the top four, will kick off at 12:30 on Saturday, April 1.

Following that, five Premier League matches will begin at 15:00 on Saturday. Bournemouth will play Fulham, Nottingham Forest will play Wolves, Crystal Palace will play Leicester City, Arsenal will play Leeds United, and Brighton will play Brentford.

The final event on Saturday is a league match at Stamford Bridge between 10th-placed Chelsea and 11th-placed Aston Villa, which kicks off at 17:30.

On Sunday, April 2, there will be three Premier League games to watch. The first game of the day will be West Ham vs. Southampton, which will begin at 14:00 at London Stadium.Following that, at 16:30, the second game of the day will take place between Newcastle United and Manchester United.

The final matchday 29 encounter is between fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur, who recently fired their permanent manager Antonio Conte, and struggling Everton. The contest will begin at 20:00.

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