Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane kicks the ball during the English Premier League football match against Southampton at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, on August 6, 2022. (Photo: AFP)

Saturday, August 13

Aston Villa v Everton — 6:30 am

Arsenal v Leicester — 9:00 am

Brighton v Newcastle — 9:00 am

Manchester City v Bournemouth — 9:00 am

Southampton v Leeds — 9:00 am

Wolverhampton v Fulham — 9:00 am

Brentford v Manchester United — 11:30 am

Sunday, August 14

Nottingham Forest v West Ham — 8:00 am

Chelsea v Tottenham — 10:30 am

Monday, August 15

Liverpool v Crystal Palace — 2:00 pm


English teams will all face a common challenge this weekend: the heat.

Temperatures in London are forecast to hit 34˚ C on Saturday, with extreme heat warnings having been issued for the southern half of England.

Premier League games will feature water breaks midway through each half to help players stay hydrated.

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