Saturday 29 August
- 12:45 Newcastle Vs Arsenal
- 15:00 Aston Villa Vs Sunderland
- 15:00 Bournemouth Vs Leicester
- 15:00 Chelsea Vs Crystal Palace
- 15:00 Liverpool Vs West Ham
- 15:00 Man City Vs Watford
- 15:00 Stoke Vs West Brom
- 17:30 Tottenham Vs Everton
Sunday 30 August
- 13:30 Southampton Vs Norwich
- 16:00 Swansea Vs Man Utd
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Mario Balotelli has re-joined AC Milan on a season-long loan - immediately declaring he needs stop talking and knuckle down.
The Liverpool striker, who had been training away from the first team squad for most of the last month, has been in Milan over the weekend in an attempt to thrash out a deal to take him away from Anfield.
Balotelli was pictured coming out of a black Audi wearing a red Puma hoodie as he made his way into hospital before penning a deal.
He said: 'I'm happy to have returned. I have little to say, just that I'm looking forward to training and proving my worth.
'I'm physically well - I just have to train with the squad.
'I have a lot of motivation but I just have to work and not speak.
'Did I think I would return to Milan? Yes, I always had Milan in my heart and I always had hope that I would return one day.
'Will I end my career here? I just have to start to work and have a good year, just have to work and that's that.'
Kenya Airways is planning to sell four of its older planes to raise cash after posting record losses.
Acting Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia told a House committee that the sale is part of a recovery plan by the airline.
Mr Macharia made the announcement when he met the Transport, Public Works and Housing Committee of the National Assembly on Tuesday.
KQ posted a Sh25.7 billion loss that it blamed on competition from Middle East carriers and high operating costs.
The airline also blamed travel advisories that led to a slump in the tourism industry, as well as runway closures for renovation, for eating into the company's 2014/2015 full-year earnings.
The airline has, however, been accused of poor management decisions, operational inefficiencies and failure to counter competition.
Preliminary evidence gathered by a Senate Select Committee looking into the airline’s operations revealed that strategic errors led to the near-collapse of Kenya’s flag carrier.
Saturday, August 22, 2015
This is the shocking moment that a fearless woman rides pillion through the streets of Russia wearing nothing but a helmet and a pair of pink trainers.
The woman is filmed riding through the streets at high speeds on the back of what appears to be a high-powered superbike.
She's holding tightly on to a man in front, wearing full protective leathers but is wearing no clothes herself.
The unusual incident occurred in the city of Oryol in western Russia's Oryol Oblast region and was filmed by another motorcyclist for several minutes.
At one point the leather-clad driver with his nude passenger rears up onto his back wheel to showcase his biking skills.
The fun video is set to the music of a pop song called Lifchik or Bra in English by the singer Andrey Aleksin, which includes the line 'I don't wear a bra and I walk down the street'.Daily Mail
An American doctor has sparked a fierce debate online after she suggested that parents shouldn't kiss their child on the lips at all because it could be 'confusing'.
Dr Charlotte Reznick, a child and educational psychologist at Californian university, UCLA, gave a quote to The Stir .She said:
"If you start kissing your kids on the lips, when do you stop? It gets very confusing."As a child gets to 4 or 5 or 6 and their sexual awareness comes about (and some kids have an awareness earlier - as when we notice they start masturbating at 2 or 3 sometimes - they just discover their private parts and it feels good), the kiss on the lips can be stimulating to them."
"Even if that never occurs to a child, it's just too confusing! If mommy kisses daddy on the mouth and vice versa, what does that mean when I, a little girl or boy, kiss my parent on the mouth?