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Sport The big Friday Premier League quiz

11:10  18 september  2020
11:10  18 september  2020 Source:   goal.com

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Try our Opta-powered Premier League quiz ahead of the first round of fixtures in the 2020-21 season. 5. After 578 wins and 263 draws, Chelsea are three points away from reaching 2,000 points in the Premier League era. Only two teams have reached that mark – who are they?

There are fascinating subplots threaded throughout this weekend's Premier League fixtures as each club aims to take momentum into the international break. Think you know how the action is going to unfold? Test your top-flight knowledge with our Opta-powered big Friday Premier League quiz !

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The games will come thick and fast now with the Premier League heading into matchday two after a bumper opening weekend.

Leeds United play a top-flight game at Elland Road for the first time since 2004 having lost out in a 4-3 thriller to champions Liverpool in their opener.

Chelsea host the Reds this weekend, while Manchester United are out to avoid a repeat of an Old Trafford defeat to Crystal Palace last season.

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Try our Opta-powered Premier League quiz ahead of the first round of fixtures in the 2020-21 season. The Premier League is back and day one of the 2020-21 season gives us the tantalising clash of Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool and Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds United.

Test your knowledge ahead of this weekend's Premier League games with our questions on Liverpool, Arsenal and Mohamed Salah. While you wait for the football to get started, why not test out your knowledge with this week's Opta-powered big Friday Premier League quiz ?

But before settling down to watch all the action unfold, why not warm-up your minds with our Opta-powered quiz?

1. Which Everton forward scored a hat-trick against West Brom for Arsenal in the Premier League back in May 2015, but has failed to net in each of his six other appearances against the Baggies in the competition?

2. Leeds play their first Premier League match at Elland Road since returning to the top flight this weekend. Only once have they lost their opening home league game in their past 12 campaigns in the division. Which team defeated them 2-0 in August 1996 on that occasion?

3. If West Ham lose to Arsenal this weekend they will become just the second side to lose 200 London derbies. Who are the other team to have hit that landmark?

The big Friday Premier League quiz

  The big Friday Premier League quiz Try our Opta-powered Premier League quiz ahead of the fourth round of fixtures in the 2020-21 season.The games continue to come thick and fast in a crammed schedule for the 2020-21 season.

1. Norwich City have scored the fewest Premier League goals this season. How many have the Canaries registered - is it 25, 27 or 29? 2. Leicester City's 2-0 win at Selhurst Park in the reverse fixture ended a run of four straight Premier League defeats against Crystal Palace.

All 20 Premier League clubs are back in action for another action-packed weekend, with Liverpool looking to recover from a slight wobble. Before taking in the drama, though, why not give our Opta-powered quiz a go? You can find all the answers at the bottom of the page.

4. Manchester United's only defeat to Crystal Palace in the Premier League came in this exact fixture at Old Trafford last season. Who scored the Eagles' last-minute goal in that 2-1 win?

5. Callum Wilson and Jeff Hendrick scored on their Premier League debuts for Newcastle United last weekend. Who is the only player to have scored in each of their first two appearances in the competition for the club?

Answers:

1. Theo Walcott

2. Sheffield Wednesday.

3. Tottenham (213).

4. Patrick van Aanholt.

5. Les Ferdinand.


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