Premier League – Week 1: Argentine Preview

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Sergio Aguero Manchester City
Sergio Aguero Manchester City

The English Premier League season begins this Saturday and we have the full list of fixtures that involve Argentinian players.

There’s a total of 16 Argentinians in the Premier League this season (click here for the entire list). And while some are out injured (Manuel LANZINI) or have not yet joined their clubs (Jonathan CALLERI), we have still included them in the fixture list for this week.

Saturday:
Hull vs. Leicester City (Leonardo ULLOA)
Burnley vs. Swansea City (Federico FERNANDEZ)
Manchester City (Willy CABALLERO, Pablo ZABALETA, Nicolas OTAMENDI, Bruno ZUCULINI and Sergio AGUERO) vs. Sunderland
Crystal Palace (Julian SPERONI) vs. West Brom (Claudio YACOB)
Everton (Ramiro FUNES MORI) vs. Tottenham (Erik LAMELA, coach Mauricio POCHETTINO)

Sunday:
Bournemouth vs. Manchester United (Sergio ROMERO and Marcos ROJO)
Arsenal (Emiliano MARTINEZ) vs. Liverpool

Monday:
Chelsea vs. West Ham (Manuel LANZINI and Jonathan CALLERI)

We will be posting these previews every week for the Premier League, Spain’s La Liga, the Italian Serie A and even the Champions League once that gets started. We hope you’ll enjoy this and enjoy the ride for yet another European club season!

10 COMMENTS

  1. More importantly than Aguero’s goal & the EPL, Juan Martin Del Potro has reached the final of Rio Olympics after beating R. Nadal in a thrilling game! Argentina fans were awesome. And the Brazilian fans were , as always, awful!!!!

    Vamos DelPo!

  2. Except for the penalty..Aguero was mediocre…Lamela scored a good goal and showed showed some sparks but lacks the dominant performance required to win a wc..the porblem with arg players is that all of them show sparks, but we need players like rivaldo , ronaldinho..roverto carlos, or xavi , iniesta etc who can control the games single handedly and will dominate the games rather showing sparks of brilliance

  3. 0 comments on this one and it is been up for a day.i see where the priorities are. Nobody cares the overrated epl but soon it will be the only show in town like the nba.

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