After nine match-weeks, Chelsea are still the leaders, and Manchester United are still the only unbeaten team but Liverpool have finally won another match.
In match-week ten, except for Blackburn, Wolves and Bolton, all the hosts should hope to do well. To find out why I think so, take a look at the schedule of matches, from October 30 to November 1.
|Day, Date||Host Team||Rival Team||Venue||Time, BST||Previews|
|Chelsea||Ewood Park||15:00||Read Preview|
|Oct 30||Fulham||Wigan||Craven Cottage||15:00||Read Preview|
|Oct 30||Wolves||Man City||Molineux||15:00||Read Preview|
|Oct 30||Arsenal||West Ham||Emirates||15:00||Read Preview|
|Oct 30||Everton||Stoke||Goodison Park||15:00||Read Preview|
|Oct 30||Man Utd||Tottenham||Old Trafford||17:30||Read Preview|
|Oct 31||Aston Villa||Birmingham||Villa Park||12:00||Read Preview|
|Oct 31||Newcastle||Sunderland||St James’ Park||13:30||Read Preview|
|Oct 31||Bolton||Liverpool||Reebok Stadium||16:00||Read Preview|
|Nov 1||Blackpool||West Brom||Bloomfield Road||20:00||Read Preview|
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