This is what the English Premier League is about: gripping drama, ego clashes, heated handshakes, touchline collisions and late goals.
Chelsea and Tottenham gave us a true derby, one that will most likely be talked about for generations. The football was exciting too.
Liverpool has not won a league game this season. Manchester City is scoring and not conceding. Can they be stopped?
The omen was good for Arsenal in pre-season. It still is. But how far can the Gunners carry on?
For Manchester United, when it rains, it pours. They simply cannot catch a break. Erik Ten Hag has nowhere to look.
After last weekend’s humiliation at Brentford, the Reds must pick themselves up to take on the second-best team in the country. Even more, now, their rivals are desperate to get their season going.
There is plenty to look out for this weekend. The drama has only just begun.
Review of Gameweek 2
There were lots of talking points from the previous Gameweek. It delivered on all fronts; goals, drama and excitement.
Everton’s struggles have continued into the new season as it lost 2-1 away to Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa.
Joe Aribo was on target as Southampton came from two goals down to earn a brilliant point at home.
Arsenal continues its excellent start to the season with a 4-2 hammering of a struggling Leicester City. Gabriel Jesus scored a brace.
Brighton and Newcastle played out a goalless draw as the Premier League Champions dealt ruthlessly with Bournemouth 4-0.
Wolves and Fulham shared the spoils in a scoreless draw, just before a hapless Manchester United suffered terribly in the hands of Brentford 4-0.
Taiwo Awoniyi opened his Premier League account as Nottingham Forest edged past West Ham 1-0.
In the blockbuster game of the weekend, Chelsea and Tottenham played out an exciting 2-2 draw that culminated in both managers being sent off.
Darwin Nunez was sent off in Liverpool’s draw against Crystal Palace. And yet, Luis Diaz scored a spectacular curler to even the scoreline at 1-1.
Preview Of Gameweek 3
If last weekend’s football is anything to go by, then it is fair to expect another extraordinary Premier League Gameweek.
Tottenham will kick off the party at lunchtime on Saturday with a meeting with Wolves.
Everton will hope to get its first points when Nottingham Forest visits as Leicester City meets with Southampton.
Fulham and Brentford face off in a small matter of the London derby.
Crystal Palace takes on Aston Villa just before Arsenal make the trip to Bournemouth.
West Ham will be desperate to arrest its losing streak when Brighton arrives at the London stadium.
Leeds United will crack things up with a meeting with Chelsea at Elland Road.
Newcastle will need to be at their very best when the Champions visit St. James’ Park.
Then, Manchester United and Liverpool will renew their rivalry in the biggest game of the weekend.
Predictions for Gameweek 3
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Tottenham vs Wolves (1)
Everton vs Nottingham Forest (over 1.5 goals)
Leicester City vs Southampton (Goal/goal)
Fulham vs Brentford (over 1.5 goals)
Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa (over 2.5 goals)
Bournemouth vs Arsenal (2)
West Ham vs Brighton (1X)
Leeds vs Chelsea (under 3.5 goals)
Newcastle vs Manchester City (2)
Manchester United vs Liverpool (2)