What a Premier League Gameweek that was! It was exciting, the encounters were end-to-end and the drama just continued to go on and on. Indeed, it was full value entertainment all-around.
The title challengers did just about the needful. It is heated up there after 14 game weeks. Chelsea 33, Manchester City 32 and Liverpool 31 points. None of these teams can afford to stumble.
Even more interesting is that only five points separate West Ham in fourth position and Leicester City in 10th in the race to qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League. And, Newcastle has still not won a game this season.
The weekend is here and the upcoming fixtures are looking tasty.
Review of Gameweek 14
As predicted, game week 14 was fascinating. The goals were brilliant and it brought on a few surprises.
Newcastle and Norwich City gave it a go, knowing that it was one of the more winnable matches. In the end, it was only apt that it ended in a 1-1 draw.
Crystal Palace was made to rue its lost chances as Rafinha converted from the spot with the last kick of the game to give Leeds a desired 1-0 win.
Southampton and Leicester City shared the spoils in an entertaining 2-2 draw as Wolves and Burnley ended scoreless.
In a match in which Watford showed resilience, the Premier League leaders, Chelsea managed to secure a 2-1 win.
Neal Maupay scored late for Brighton to equalise 1-1 against West Ham as Liverpool hammered its hopeless neighbours, Everton 4-1.
Steven Gerrard lost his first Premier League match as coach, but not without a fight as Manchester City laboured to a 2-1 win against Aston Villa.
Tottenham eased to a 2-0 win against a retrogressing Brentford as an inspired Cristiano Ronaldo helped Manchester United to a 3-2 win against Arsenal in the headline match of the game week.
Preview Of Gameweek 15
The Premier League action continues this weekend with some brilliant encounters in store.
What better way to begin the Gameweek than the London derby between West Ham and Chelsea at the London Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Newcastle will fight once again for a win when it takes on Burnley as Wolves entertains Liverpool.
Southampton and Brighton will square off as Watford continues on its tough run of matches with a battle against the Premier League Champions, Manchester City.
Leeds United will welcome Brentford to Elland Road as Manchester United begins life under Ralf Ragnick at Old Trafford against Crystal Palace.
Tottenham Hotspur will hope to get Harry Kane scoring again when Norwich come visiting.
Aston Villa will take on Leicester City before Everton and Arsenal round off the football action on Monday night at Goodison Park.
Predictions for Gameweek 15
West Ham vs Chelsea (over 1.5 goals)
Newcastle vs Burnley (goal/goal)
Wolves vs Liverpool (2)
Southampton vs Brighton (over 2.5 goals)
Watford vs Manchester City (2)
Leeds United vs Brentford (1X)
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace (over 1.5 goals)
Tottenham vs Norwich (1)
Aston Villa vs Leicester City (2X)
Everton vs Arsenal (2)