This phase has become all-too-familiar for Manchester United coach, Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer. Just when it looks like he is edging close to being sacked, he pulls off an electric performance in the Premier League and all is well with the world again.
While the top-four aspect of the table looks to be taking shape, there is a tinge of inconsistency shown by Manchester City and Liverpool.
Nuno Espirito Santo has been fired by Tottenham Hotspur- an implication of last weekend’s loss to Manchester United. During the week, Antonio Conte was hired. The Italian boss has begun on a decent note, winning his first Europa Conference League match.
Like Norwich City, Newcastle United just cannot buy a win in the Premier League this season.
Review of Gameweek 10
The previous game week recorded lots of goals, at least a goal at each venue.
On Saturday afternoon, Arsenal continued its unbeaten run since game week 4 with an excellent 2-0 win against Leicester City.
Watford fell one-nil to Southampton at home as Enock Mwepu scored a contender for goal of the season in Brighton’s 2-2 draw against Liverpool. Indeed, the Seagulls had to come from two goals down to rescue a point.
Premier League leaders, Chelsea needed a better second-half performance to defeat relegation-threatened Newcastle.
Patrick Vieira secured a statement win as Crystal Palace ran out 2-0 winners against Manchester City at the Etihad.
Burnley earned a surprising 3-1 result against Brentford as Manchester United comfortably defeated Tottenham 3-0 in the match of the weekend.
A goalkeeping error by Tim Krul allowed Leeds United to run away with a 2-1 win at Carroll road against Norwich City.
Aston Villa was simply powerless against a rampant West Ham side who won 4-1 as Wolves claimed a vital 2-1 win against an out-of-form Everton team.
Preview Of Gameweek 11
After the midweek’s exertions by the top teams in the UEFA Champions League, the coaches will make conspicuous rotations going into game week 11.
Friday night football resumes this weekend between Southampton and Aston Villa at St Mary’s.
Then, at lunchtime on Saturday, the Manchester derby will take centre stage. Both managers will be desperate to win for different reasons.
Chelsea will host Burnley as Crystal Palace welcome Wolves immediately after.
Brentford and Norwich will slug it out as Brighton will fancy its chances when Newcastle come visiting.
Another cracking affair will take place between Everton and Tottenham on Sunday afternoon.
Leeds United will be wary of a wounded Leicester City as Arsenal will hope to continue its winning streak against an unpredictable Watford side.
David Moyes and his West Ham side will hope to shut out the excesses of Mohamed Salah and Liverpool when they meet at the London stadium.
Predictions for Gameweek 11
Southampton vs Aston Villa (over 1.5 goals)
Manchester United vs Manchester City (goal/goal)
Chelsea vs Burnley (1)
Crystal Palace vs Wolves (over 2.5 goals)
Brentford vs Norwich (1)
Brighton vs Newcastle (over 1.5 goals)
Everton vs Tottenham (2X)
Leeds United vs Leicester City (2)
Arsenal vs Watford (1)
West Ham vs Liverpool (2)