Old Rivalry Renewed In Premier League Gameweek 34

A preview of what is to come in the Premier League Gameweek 9

It is still delicately poised as far as the battle for the Premier League title is concerned.

The countdown for the first team to stumble is on- the pressure passed on after each team plays and wins. Things are frenetic up there and the fans are simply lapping it all up.

Manchester United has announced the appointment of Erik ten Hag. The Dutch manager (still with Ajax) will resume duty at the end of the season.

United fans are optimistic about the appointment of Erik ten Hag

And with Arsenal defeating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in midweek, the fight for the last Champions League spot will go down to the wire.

This game week will see one of the fiercest rivalries of the 90s and early 2000s take centre stage. The Gunners will host the Red Devils in what feels like a potential six-pointer.

Review of Gameweek 33

The previous gameweek was absorbing.

Leandro Trossard was once again the hero for the second consecutive match as Brighton edged past Tottenham 1-0.

Cristiano Ronaldo made the difference in Manchester United’s 3-2 laboured win against Norwich with a hat-trick.

Ronaldo stole the show in game week 33

Pontus Jansson scored a last-gasp goal for Brentford to defeat Watford 2-1 as Southampton managed a 1-0 win against Southampton.

Bruno Guimaraes notched a brace as Newcastle overcame Leicester City 2-1.

West Ham and Burnley shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw, a game that signalled the end of Sean Dyches’ time with the Clarets.

Preview Of Gameweek 34

There is plenty to be excited about this weekend.

Arsenal will take on Manchester United in the opening fixture of this game week.

Expect a cracking affair in London between these two rivals

Leicester City entertains Aston Villa immediately after as Manchester City will look to consolidate its top position with a win against Watford.

Norwich City will be desperate in its survival race when Newcastle visits.

Brentford welcomes Tottenham for a London derby affair as Burnley and Wolves face off.

Chelsea takes on West Ham as Brighton and Southampton go toe-to-toe.

Liverpool faces a tricky customer in Everton in the Merseyside derby.

Crystal Palace and Leeds will wrap up the week’s football action on Monday night.

Predictions for Gameweek 34

BetBiga Booking Code: thjy6

Arsenal vs Manchester United (goal/goal)

Leicester City vs Aston Villa (over 1.5 goals)

Manchester City vs Watford (1)

Norwich vs Newcastle (over 2.5 goals)

Brentford vs Tottenham (2)

Burnley vs Wolves (under 3.5 goals)

Chelsea vs West Ham (1X)

Brighton vs Southampton (over 1.5 goals)

Liverpool vs Everton (1)

Crystal Palace vs Leeds (goal/goal)