By Spy Uganda
The reason why you have to swiftly get your self a DStv kit at only UGX 159,000 and switch to the home of entertainment is unique that you won’t miss any league’s game Premier League inclusive, yes live game not re-play due to satellite company’s top ranked channels like SuperSport your number one home of sports from all the corners of the world.
Meanwhile, as you go for your kit at MultiChoice headquaters Impala Ave, Kampala or at your nearby branch, be informed that premier league today kicks off again with Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge at 19:30pm, Southampton vs Man United at St Mary’s at 17:00pm, the Arsenal will face off Wolves at the Emirates Stadium at 22:15pm all live on SuperSport.
Prior to the start of the 2020/21 campaign, very few would have predicted Tottenham Hotspur to be tussling with the league’s big boys in the title race. But when the north London giants face Chelsea on Sunday, they will be well aware of the fact that a victory could help them reclaim their place at the top of the Premier League table.
The weekend’s EPL fixtures conclude on Monday with Leicester City hosting the struggling Fulham. At the same time, London Stadium is the backdrop in the battle between West Ham and Aston Villa.
It will also be the return of Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge as the Portuguese mastermind hopes to continue his side’s majestic run of form. Indeed, the Lilywhites are heading into this game on the back of a five game-winning run in all competitions. They are also unbeaten in the league since the opening day defeat to Everton back in September.
However, Chelsea happen to be the second most in-form team in the Premier League at the moment, having secured three back to back wins since their goalless draw with Manchester United. In addition, they are currently in a six-game winning streak in all competitions – a run that includes a narrow 2-1 victory over Rennes in midweek.
Such momentum has helped the Blues make up some ground in the league table, with the west London giants trailing only behind Liverpool and Tottenham heading into this weekend’s round of fixtures. In fact, a win on Sunday should be enough for Frank Lampard’s men to at least overtake their London rivals, who are leading only by two points.