The Premier League Champions are back as the leaders- one which you reckon will take some time before they relinquish- if at all they do. Manchester City climbed to the summit of the table, taking advantage of a slip-up by Chelsea in London.
Steven Gerrard continues to show that his achievements at Rangers are not a fluke. He has won three of his last four matches, including a confident win against Leicester last weekend.
The relegation fight is becoming ever more intense with the three bottom teams, Norwich, Newcastle and Burnley on the same number of points (10).
Gameweek 16 is set for some exciting encounters
Review of Gameweek 15
The last game week was thrilling! It produced plenty of surprises, including a change in leadership.
West Ham at the London stadium. The Hammers took advantage of some schoolboy defending by the Blues to earn a 3-2 win.
At last, Newcastle scrapped its first win of the season against fellow strugglers, Burnley in a 1-0 encounter.
Liverpool left it late but managed a 1-0 win against Wolves thanks to super sub, Divock Origi.
Southampton and Brighton couldn’t be separated after a 1-1 draw as Manchester City claimed the number 1 position with a comfortable 3-1 win against Watford.
Patrick Bamford came back from injury to help Leeds earn a share of the spoils with a 2-2 draw against Brentford.
Fred was the hero in Manchester United’s 1-0 win of Crystal Palace as Tottenham eased past Norwich 3-0.
Aston Villa came from behind to deal Leicester City a surprising 2-1 defeat as Everton returned to winning ways with a 2-1 win against Arsenal.
Preview Of Gameweek 16
The battle continues at every aspect of the Premier League table. As such, there will be plenty to savour in this game week.
Friday night action is back on the fore as Brentford and slug it out for some precious three points.
The next day, Manchester City will be keen to consolidate its top spot when it hosts bogey team, Wolves.
Chelsea faces a tricky encounter against Leeds at Stamford Bridge immediately after as Liverpool welcomes Aston Villa to Anfield. Gerrard will be back to where it all started for him as a professional.
Arsenal will hope to bounce back from Monday’s disappointment when it takes on Southampton.
Ralf Ragnick will expectedly put out a different team against Norwich after resting his key players in the Champions League game against Young Boys.
Burnley will be very wary of a gritty West Ham side on Sunday afternoon as Leicester City hosts Newcastle immediately after.
Crystal Palace will round off Gameweek 16’s action with a feisty matchup against Everton.
Predictions for Gameweek 16
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Brentford vs Watford (over 1.5 goals)
Manchester City vs Wolves (1)
Chelsea vs Leeds United (over 2.5 goals)
Liverpool vs Aston Villa (1)
Arsenal vs Southampton (1X)
Norwich vs Manchester United (2)
Burnley vs West Ham (2)
Leicester City vs Newcastle (over 1.5 goals)
Crystal Palace vs Everton (goal/goal)