Premier League Preview Week 5 (Top 7 teams only)

Liverpool vs Burnley 9/16/2017

Liverpool host Burnley after the heavy defeat at the hands of Manchester City and a draw at home against Sevilla in the Champions League. Coutinho made his debut for the season in the draw versus Sevilla off the bench in a very disappointing game, Liverpool had a missed penalty and were 100% the better side, they just were unable to convert at the end of the night. Going into this without Mane, they will want a response and expect one, I think a comfortable home win is on the cards.

 

Watford vs Manchester City 9/16/2017

Not sure why I am even talking about this game, City have been one of the power teams in Europe this week, 5-0 versus Liverpool, and a 4-0 away win in the champions league rounds off a solid week for the Citizens. Expect a win, expect a big win. Aguero and Jesus. Lethal.

 

Spurs vs Swansea 9/16/2017

Spurs finally have their home win, and it was a statement win. The Lillywhites got their first home win of the season, and more importantly at Wembley against Dortmund in the Champions League. Considering they are in the group of death, those 3 points are worth their weight in gold. A win against the inconsistent swans, 2 home wins and suddenly the Wembley blues will go away. Kane is back in form and expect him to score a goal again. Spurs to win.

 

Chelsea vs Arsenal 9/17/2017

Easily the game of the weekend, we see Chelsea host the Gunners, Chelsea smashed Qarab in the Champions League while Arsenal’s result is unknown to me as I type this article on a Thursday morning. Arsenal come into this game on swinging form. Should be a fun game to watch for everyone but don’t expect much from Arsenal. Chelsea are on form right now and expect a decent performance by the blues. A Chelsea win is on the cards.

 

Manchester United vs Everton 9/17/2017

United welcome home a United Legend, a drunk driver and a divorce lawyers’ future client, Wayne Rooney. Unfortunately for Rooney, it doesn’t look like Everton can play decent football right now. United had a comfortable champions league win, though they did see Pogba limp off with injury. Everton have a Europa League tie, but again, I don’t know the result just yet. Should be a simple home win, and expect it to be an interesting tie. In EPL history, Man Utd have 33 wins against Everton, only trumped by United’s 34 versus Aston Villa being a better record. A long list of players face their former club in this match, Lukaku, Fellaini, Rooney, Schneiderlin and Micheal Keane to name a few. Expect a home win.

 

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