Manchester City host Watford at the Eithiad Stadium at 15:00 on Saturday. City will look to build on their Champions League win in the Ukraine in midweek and get their league form back on track after shock defeat to Norwich last weekend. Watford have steadied the ship somewhat and will take confidence from their fightback from 2-0 down to Arsenal last time out.
London is the location for Manchester United’s weekend fixture as they take on West Ham at 14:00 on Sunday. The Red’s will be looking to build on their back to back 1-0 wins against Leicester in the league and Astana last night in the Europa League. The Hammers, however, have gone unbeaten in the league since their 5-0 opening day disaster against City.
Charlton are the visitors for Wigan Athletic in the Championship this weekend also kicking off at 15:00. With Wigan sitting towards the bottom of the table and their opponents, two points off the league’s early pace-setters Leeds the team have had contrasting starts.
In League One Bolton Wanderers welcome Sunderland on Saturday at 15:00. Bolton’s struggles have been well documented this season which see them rock bottom of the league. The visitors sit fourth in the table and will be looking to add to Wanderers misery. Also in League One Rochdale travel to Fleetwood after recovering from last weekends 6-0 hammering at the hands of Peterborough with a draw on Tuesday.
In League Two, Oldham Athletic go into their home game with Morecambe with a new manager after the sacking of Laurent Banide and the appointment of Dino Maamria. Salford City travel to second place Crewe. Both games kick off at 15:00 on Saturday