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Premier League set to resume after international break

After the "interlull" of the international break, the Barclays Premier League is set to resume this weekend with a raft of fixtures that football hospitality fans will be eager to get into the stadiums to enjoy.

Although the international break was slightly more interesting given that the fixtures were qualifying matches for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, international matches of this level don't compare to a weekend of Premier League fixtures, with an array of expensive, global talent on display, along with a variation of tactical styles and team rivalries that make the Premier League the most watched domestic league in the World.

Here we'll go through the key players in the Premier League, looking at how they've performed so far this season, and looking forward to this weekend's fixtures.

Arsenal Hospitality

After two consecutive goalless draws against defensively-minded teams Sunderland and Stoke City, Arsenal finally opened their goalscoring account at Anfield in their third match of the season with a convincing 2-0 defeat of Liverpool. Following the sale of last season's star player Robin van Persie, pundits and critics started to raise concerns about Arsenal's lack of firepower, despite the additions of Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud in place of the Dutchman.

Arteta and Podolski Emirates 2012

The up turn in fortunes for Arsenal coincided with the displays of Spanish midfielder Santi Cazorla, who seems to be an excellent signing and a player that looks destined to become one of the Premier League's most productive players. Helped by his compatriot Mikel Arteta in the middle of the field, the Gunners' new signing from Malaga announced himself in style in gameweek 3, combining with Podolski for the German's first goal for the club, before going on to drill a shot past the hapless Pepe Reina to seal the match.

Arsenal take on Southampton at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, looking for another win to take them further towards the top of the table. The Gunners have an enviable record against the Saints, who will be looking to bounce back following a harsh Premier League lesson at the hands of Manchester United in their last match. It's set up to be an exciting game at the Emirates, one that Arsenal will be expected to win, perhaps comfortably.

 

Manchester United Hospitality

Following an opening day defeat to Everton, Manchester United have gone on to win their next two games 3-2; at home to Fulham and away to Southampton, where Manchester United needed a hat-trick from Robin van Persie to avoid an embarrasing defeat at the hands of the Premier League new boys. Worryingly for Manchester United, it seemed that without Van Persie, they may have struggled to score against the Saints, and with Wayne Rooney injured, Sir Alex Ferguson will no doubt be hoping that Van Persie is able to return to the starting line up this weekend after he picked up a knock on international duty with the Netherlands. Following the Gunner's over-reliance on the striker last year, Sir Alex will be cautious not to become too reliant on the £24 million signing, especially if the slight knock turns into anything more serious.

Manchester United face Wigan on Saturday at 3pm, who have had a mixed start to the season, recording a win, a loss and a draw. Roberto Martinez's men will be up for this local derby at Old Trafford, in what is likely to be an exciting match between two attack-minded sides. Manchester United hospitality fans will no doubt be relishing this fixture.

Premier League Hospitality

Elsewhere in the Premier League, the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham travel for away fixtures. Chelsea don't have far to travel for their London derby with QPR at Loftus Road, whilst Manchester City take on Stoke at the Britannia Stadium with a short trip down the M6, and Tottenham go to Reading for Sunday's afternoon kick-off in what could be a potential banana skin for Andre Villas-Boas.

Football Hospitality

This weekend is sure to provide ten more exciting Premier League matches, and with the season barely even started, football hospitality fans will be looking for much more of the same to come. With big fixtures coming up, including Champions League hospitality packages, now is a great time to get your football hospitality packages reserved at all the important matches.

Hospitality Finder are proud to provide official football hospitality for Barclays Premier League matches. Please visit our Football Hospitality section for more information.

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