Splendid Football Action Beckons In Premier League Gameweek 19

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

The Premier League goes on! After a few match postponements owing to the increased rate of positive Omicron cases, the coaches have voted to continue the league during the Festive period.

In other words, Merry Christmas, everyone.

Tottenham Hotspur remains unbeaten under new manager, Antonio Conte. The Spurs managed to hold Liverpool to a draw in the last game week.

Tottenham vs Liverpool produced plenty of drama and excitement

Eight matches have been lined up for this Sunday and the holidays are only just beginning.

Review of Gameweek 18

The previous game week was not full, but it was cool. The results were evenly split- two wins and two draws.

Gabriel Martinelli’s red form continued against Leeds United. The Brazilian scored a brace as Arsenal eased to a 4-1 win at Elland Road.

Martinelli continues to plunder the goals for Arsenal

Manchester City remained dominant at the top, trouncing Newcastle 4-0.

Wolves and Chelsea played out a goalless draw. Thomas Tuchel had earlier protested that the match be postponed due to the virus.

The key match of the week saw Tottenham steal a point against Liverpool. Dele Alli had arguably his best game of the season.

Preview Of Gameweek 19

The excitement continues on boxing Day in the Premier League. There is plenty to anticipate.

West Ham will kick off the action by 4pm on Sunday against Southampton. The Hammers will be keen to remain within distance with their London rivals in fourth place.

Tottenham Hotspur will host a tricky Crystal Palace as Arsenal travels to Carrow road to face Norwich City.

Manchester City welcomes Leicester City to the Etihad as Burnley and Everton face off.

Expect fireworks in this fixture

Chelsea will be eager for some consistency when it faces a tough Aston Villa side.

Brighton and Brentford will do battle as Newcastle takes on Manchester United.

Predictions for Gameweek 19

BetBiga Booking Code:

West Ham vs Southampton (over 1.5 goals)

Tottenham vs Crystal Palace (goal/goal)

Norwich City vs Arsenal (2)

Manchester City vs Leicester City (1)

Burnley vs Everton (over 1.5 goals)

Aston Villa vs Chelsea (under 3.5 goals)

Brighton vs Brentford (over 2.5 goals)

Newcastle vs Manchester United (2)