Supreme Entertainment expected In Premier League Gameweek 33

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

It is as we were, at least, at the top of the Premier League table. Last weekend’s headline fixture went exactly as we predicted it would: end-to-end, technical, fierce.

Perhaps Manchester City should have won on the balance of play and chances created. And yet, both teams showed just why they are a class above the others.

Manchester City vs Liverpool was absorbingly good

Meanwhile, Manchester United has kept up with its directionless pattern- fleeting, roller-coaster-like football. Just when they needed to win, they lost.

And Arsenal has not changed much. The flaws and inconsistencies still exist amid the intermittent direction they portray.

Review of Gameweek 32

The previous gameweek was brilliant. Suspense-filled, goal-laden, it was very exciting.

On a particularly calm Friday night, Newcastle managed to defeat a compact Wolves side by a goal to nil.

Everton earned a vital, yet unexpected 1-0 win against Manchester United on Saturday afternoon.

Everton’s win against Manchester United may just spark a revival at Merseyside

A reborn Leeds United side eased past Watford 3-0

Chelsea vented the pain of their recent losses on Southampton. They thrashed the Saints 6-0.

Arsenal was disappointing and lost 2-1 to Brighton at home as Tottenham continued their winning streak, defeating Aston Villa 4-0.

Leicester City held on to defeat Crystal Palace 2-1 as Norwich eased past Burnley 2-0.

Brentford made light work of West Ham with a 2-0 win as Manchester City and Liverpool played out an entertaining 2-2 draw.

Preview Of Gameweek 33

This weekend’s action promises plenty of excitement, although, the top-two Premier League teams will not feature. They battle each other once again in the semifinals of the FA Cup.

Tottenham Hotspur will take on Brighton at home at lunchtime on Saturday. Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son will be brimming with confidence.

Manchester United takes on Norwich City at Old Trafford as Watford and Brentford clash.

Arsenal will be desperate to return to winning ways when they visit Southampton. The fight for Champions League place will also play on their minds.

Arsenal has its work cut out in its top-four battle

Newcastle hosts Leicester City before West Ham, Europa League semifinalists face off against Burnley.

Predictions for Gameweek 33

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Tottenham vs Brighton (1)

Manchester United vs Norwich (1)

Watford vs Brentford (over 1.5 goals)

Southampton vs Arsenal (goal/goal)

Newcastle vs Leicester City (over 2.5 goals)

West Ham vs Burnley (1)