With International football now done with (at least, until October), Premier League action returns to the fore this weekend for game week 4.
Tottenham remains top of the pile with a 100% record. The Spurs have continued to grind out results under new manager, Nuno Espirito Santo- three matches, three goals and none conceded.
The search for a League goal continues for Arsenal with Mikel Arteta’s future as coach becoming more and more uncertain.
All eyes will be on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and how he lines up his newly-assembled Manchester United team with Cristiano Ronaldo back in England.
Review of Gameweek 3
The Premier League game week 3 had it all; goals, drama and intensity.
Ferran Torres notched a brace as Manchester City hit a dreadful Arsenal side for five in Saturday’s early action. Granit Xhaka was sent off for a dangerous tackle on Joao Cancelo.
Newcastle and Southampton played out a thrilling 2-2 draw with two goals scored in stoppage time.
Everton continued their unbeaten start to life under Rafael Benitez with a 2-0 win against Brighton as West Ham was forced to a 2-2 draw by Crystal Palace.
Leicester City had VAR to thank in its 2-1 win against Norwich City as Aston Villa and Brentford settled for a 1-1 draw.
Chelsea showed defensive resilience after going down to 10 men in the first half to hold Liverpool to a 1-1 draw at Anfield.
Burnley and Leeds United managed a point each with a 1-1 scoreline as Tottenham dug out a third successive one-nil win against Watford.
Manchester United closed out the weekend’s action with a slim 1-0 win away to Wolves.
Preview Of Gameweek 4
The drama and excitement continue this weekend. It is safe to expect goals with the quality of fixtures lined up.
The Premier League leaders, Tottenham face a tricky encounter against a resurgent Crystal Palace in Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off.
Watford hosts a winless Wolves as Brentford and Brighton square off at the Brentford Community Stadium immediately after.
Arsenal will fancy its chances to secure a first win of the campaign when it takes on Norwich.
Manchester United welcomes old foes, Newcastle to Old Trafford as Southampton takes on West Ham at the St. Mary’s Stadium.
The weekend’s biggest encounter will see Leicester City go toe-to-toe with Manchester City as Chelsea meets Aston Villa in London.
Liverpool will have one eye on next week’s Champions League cracker when it visits Elland Road to take on Leeds United.
Everton and Burnley will round off the weekend’s action on Monday night.
Predictions For Gameweek 4
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham (over 1.5 goals)
Watford vs Wolves (halftime draw)
Brentford vs Brighton (over 1.5 goals)
Arsenal vs Norwich (1)
Manchester United vs Newcastle (1)
Southampton vs West Ham (2X)
Leicester City vs Manchester City (2)
Chelsea vs Aston Villa (1)
Leeds vs Liverpool (over 2.5 goals)
Everton vs Burnley (1X)