Excellent Derbies Set For Premier League Gameweek 6
The Premier League transfer window has now been slammed shut as Gameweek 6 beckons. Some top deadline deals have happened that might yet prove to be the difference in the end.
Chelsea finally has a No. 9 after Pierre-Emerick signed for the London club from Barcelona.
Manchester United seems to have turned the tide after an awful start. Erik Ten Hag’s men have now won three matches on the trot. Still, it has been anything but pretty. The goals have only come at a premium.
Leicester City has had a slow business this summer. And now, the Foxes appear to be paying for it. They sit at the foot of the table with no win in five matches.
This weekend’s fixtures are mouth-watering. The biggest of them will go down at Old Trafford between United and a flying Arsenal team.
Review of Gameweek 5
Gameweek 5 was fun, delivering goals and last-minute drama.
Wilfried Zaha’s sumptuous goal could only earn Crystal Palace a draw against Brentford.
Aleksandar Mitrovic continues to plunder the goals as he helped Fulham defeat Brighton 2-1.
Southampton earned an excellent 2-1 win against Chelsea. Leeds United played out a 1-1 draw against Everton.
Bournemouth and Wolves settled for a goalless draw.
Erling Haaland scored consecutive Premier League hat-tricks in City’s 6-0 trouncing of Nottingham Forest.
Arsenal extend its perfect record with a 2-1 win against Aston Villa as West Ham and Tottenham drew 1-1.
Fabio Carvalho scored a last-gasp goal in Liverpool’s dramatic win against Newcastle.
On Thursday, Manchester United earned a crucial 1-0 win against Leicester City.
Preview Of Gameweek 5
Some classic derbies are set for this Gameweek even as Champions League football resumes.
The action sets off with the Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool on Saturday. A keenly-contested affair is expected between these sides.
Tottenham and Fulham will clash immediately after in a London derby. Nottingham Forest hosts Bournemouth.
Thomas Tuchel will expect to see positive changes when West Ham visits Stamford Bridge.
Brentford entertains Leeds United as Wolves takes on Southampton.
Newcastle and Crystal Palace will do battle. However, Aston Villa coach, Steven Gerrard will be under pressure when the EPL Champions, Manchester City visit.
Brighton faces Leicester City just before Manchester United and Arsenal renew their rivalry on Sunday.
Predictions for Gameweek 6
BetBiga Booking Code: 3p4it
Everton vs Liverpool (over 2.5 goals)
Tottenham vs Fulham (goal/goal)
Nottingham Forest vs Bournemouth (under 3.5 goals)
Chelsea vs West Ham (over 1.5 goals)
Brentford vs Leeds United (over 1.5 goals)
Wolves vs Southampton (Southampton to score)
Newcastle vs Crystal Palace (1X)
Aston Villa vs Manchester City (2)
Brighton vs Leicester City (over 2.5 goals)
Manchester United vs Arsenal (under 3.5 goals)