The 2023/24 Premier League campaign approaches the quarter-way mark, and the table is beginning to take shape.
With October all but done and dusted, we now look ahead to the exciting upcoming action during November.
We have previewed some eye-catching Premier League matches to look out for next month:
Newcastle United vs Arsenal – 4th November 2023
We begin with what should be a closely fought battle at St. James’ Park.
Ahead of their clash at Wolves to see out October, the Magpies are six matches unbeaten in domestic competitions.
Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta’s side are within touching distance of the Premier League summit and have conceded just two league goals on their travels.
Arsenal were one of only two visiting teams to win at St. James’ Park in the Premier League last term. The Gunners took a 2-0 victory in this fixture towards the end of the 2022/23 season.
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Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea – 6th November 2023
This particular London derby has produced fireworks in recent years. It shouldn’t be any different when Mauricio Pochettino returns to face his former team.
The Argentinian was manager of Tottenham for more than five years until November 2019. Following a spell in charge of Paris Saint-Germain, Pochettino returned to the English capital this past summer to take up the job as Chelsea boss.
It should prove an enticing affair when Pochettino returns to his old stomping ground.
Current Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou has earned plaudits aplenty for his start to life in north London. The ex-Celtic head coach has earned 23 points from his first nine matches at the helm, more than any other manager in Premier League history.
Spurs are one of two teams yet to lose in the current Premier League campaign. It will be up to a familiar face in Pochettino to inflict defeat on the Lilywhites.
Tottenham vs Chelsea ought to be an enthralling derby. Head to SeatPick to avoid missing out on this epic clash at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
With 23 points, Ange Postecoglou has won more points in his first 9 games than any manager in Premier League history.— Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) October 23, 2023
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Chelsea vs Manchester City – 12th November 2023
The action doesn’t stop there for the Blues, as Stamford Bridge then hosts the reigning Premier League champions.
Pochettino hasn’t faced any manager more times than his 22 previous meetings with Pep Guardiola. With that said, Pochettino has gotten the better of Guardiola just four times – including once in seven Premier League clashes.
The Citizens have emerged victorious from this league fixture in each of the last three seasons. It will take something truly special for Pochettino and co. to curb that pattern.
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🗣️ Mauricio Pochettino on Chelsea's project. "We need to be calm in the way we judge players and the team. I think we are growing and very good things are coming. You can feel that, even if sometimes we have some ups and downs. But, in the end, we'll succeed together, for sure." pic.twitter.com/AbhD0exRaU— Ben Jacobs (@JacobsBen) October 12, 2023
Manchester City vs Liverpool – 25th November 2023
Following the November international break, it is sure to be an action-packed match-up when these two juggernauts collide.
Liverpool weren’t widely considered as title contenders ahead of the current season. However, the Reds have shown promising signs in the early stages, winning six and losing just one of their opening nine matches.
After much-needed reinforcements during the summer, Jürgen Klopp and his new midfield unit will face the ultimate test at the Etihad Stadium.
Guardiola and Klopp know each other very well, having previously met on 28 occasions. The pair have gone head-to-head more times than against any other manager.
In his seven Premier League matches at home to Liverpool, Guardiola has not tasted defeat at the hands of Klopp. Man City were 4-1 winners in this fixture last season.
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Jürgen Klopp 🤝 Pep Guardiola pic.twitter.com/d5RM3GIrl4— Football Daily (@footballdaily) April 10, 2022
Tottenham Hotspur vs Aston Villa – 26th November 2023
This may be a stern test for Spurs and Postecoglou as they face Unai Emery’s Villains.
Emery had a considerable job ahead of him when he was appointed at Villa Park. At the time, the West Midlands outfit sat 2 points off the foot of the table. One year on, Aston Villa are within range of the leading pack.
Emery’s men have been flawless in home games so far this season, though their away fixtures haven’t been as straightforward. They were soundly beaten at St. James’ Park and then at Anfield.
Villa won this fixture last season on New Year’s Day, as Douglas Luiz scored in a 2-0 victory for the visitors.
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There are also other high-profile Premier League games to keep tabs on during November:
Brentford vs West Ham United – 4th November 2023
Manchester United vs Luton Town – 11th November 2023
Brentford vs Arsenal – 25th November 2023
West London meets North London as the Gunners make the short journey to Brentford.
Newcastle United vs Chelsea – 25th November 2023
The Blues head to St. James’ Park, and this clash should have all the makings of an exciting contest.
Everton vs Manchester United – 26th November 2023
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