EPL fixtures and kick-off times: 21-23 November 202
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EPL fixtures and kick-off times: 21-23 November 202. The English premier league is one of the most watched leagues on the planet and since there are no fans are allowed in the stadiums so most of the people watch on TV.

EPL fixtures and kick-off times: 21-23 November 202

Manchester United is one of the big teams which are not doing well

Manchester United coach is a bit frustrated because he has good players but there is no good results.

“Home and away, it’s different. It’s not what it used to be,” Solskjaer said . “We’ve had four home games in the league.”

Crystal Palace game

“The first one [against Crystal Palace]… we certainly look at it thinking we didn’t have any preparation. Palace deserved it.”

Tottenham game

“And Tottenham deserved a win after a sending-off that Anthony shouldn’t have [happened]…The games we’ve played have been close games, apart from the Tottenham game, where we played with 10 men. So we’re working on it and trying to find an answer, of course.”

Manchester United is affect by the absence of the fans in the stadiums.

“But the two games against Chelsea and Arsenal were very close games. I’m 100 per cent sure that, if we had our fans, that would have helped and maybe sparked us [with] that little X-factor that we needed.

“It’s something we want to correct, of course: we want to go against West Brom now and get our first home win in the league, hopefully. But it’s a different sensation now, playing without the fans behind the goal at Stretford End. They know how to score a goal for us.

“It’s not that easy as:‘Why do we not win at home? Why do we not do so well?’ Every game lives its own life, I think. There’s reasons behind us not having a home win in the league yet so far.

“In Norway, we’ve got at least 100 fans and they help. Here it’s completely sterile and it’s different.”

But not only Mnchester United is struggling also teams like Arsenal and Manchester City they are not doing well so far

Full list of fixtures

Saturday, 21 November

14:30Newcastle United vs Chelsea at St James Park

17:00Aston Villa vs Brighton and Hove Albion at Villa Park

19:30Tottenham Hotspur vs Man City at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

22:00Man Utd vs West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford

Sunday 22 November

14:00Fulham vs Everton at Craven Cottage

16:00Sheffield Utd vs West Ham at Bramall Lane

18:30Leeds Utd vs Arsenal at Elland Road

21:15Liverpool vs Leicester City at Anfield

Monday, 23 November

19:30Burnley vs Crystal Palace at Turf Moor

22: 00Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Southampton at Molineux Stadium

Burnley FC,Chelsea FC

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