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Sky Sports viewers have another massive game to look forward to this Sunday (September 21st), as two sides with genuine title aspirations lock horns.

The current Barclays Premier League champions Manchester City host top-of-the-table Chelsea in the 4pm kick-off, in arguably the biggest game of the season so far.

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José Mourinho's side have started the 2014-15 campaign in fine form, winning all four of their opening fixtures.

Man City will look to smash Chelsea's 100 per cent record when the Londoners travel north to the Etihad Stadium.

A win for Chelsea on Sunday would see them pull eight points clear of Manuel Pellegrini's side - a sizeable gap at any stage of the season.

Chelsea will be confident heading in to this fixture, particularly as their opposition will have had such a hard week to contend with.

In the seven days before Sunday's game, City will have taken on both Arsenal and Bayern Munich - two of Europe's top sides.

Chelsea are in UEFA Champions League action themselves, taking on another German side - Schalke - at Stamford Bridge.

But they are spared an overseas trip, which could help with their preparations for the weekend's game.

Sky Sports viewers have a number of other Barclays Premier League matches to look forward to, including West Ham v Liverpool on Saturday September 20th (kick-off 5:30pm).

The Hammers drew 2-2 with Hull City on Monday night, while Liverpool became the latest victim of Aston Villa's great start to the season, losing 1-0 at Anfield.

Leicester City v Manchester United is also live on Sky Sports this Sunday (kick-off 1:30pm), as Louis van Gaal's side aim to continue their resurgence.

The new-look Red Devils thumped QPR 4-0 in their last outing and will hope to claim three more points against another of the promoted sides.

However, Leicester are also up and running in the league, having claimed their first win of the 2014-15 campaign away at Stoke City.

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