EPL Gameweek 9 started with Arsenal on Friday night, and the Gunners played well by defeating Aston Villa 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium, helping Arteta climb up to the 7th position in the EPL table. Now Arsenal has managed to level points with Manchester United after their poor start to the season.
Premier League action continue with Chelsea this Saturday afternoon. The Blues will lock horns with Norwich City at Stamford Bridge, and a win will be enough for the home side to solidify their First spot in the Premier League table. Chelsea fixture tomorrow will be played by 12:30pm and it will be the first match on Saturday in the Premier League. There will be 5 more matches that will be played after Chelsea game and they are seen below.
3 Notable Clubs That May Win
1. CHELSEA V NORWICH
The Canaries are without a win from their eight games, have a goal difference of negative 14 and have scored just once in their last five matches.
After an impressive 4-0 win over Malmo in the UCL, Chelsea are perhaps primed to replicate that form in the league.
2. BRIGHTON V MAN CITY
City will be traveling away from home in the Premier League after putting up an applaudable performance in the UCL during the mid-week against Club Brugge. Man City haven’t dropped points against smaller teams in the league this season which makes them favorites in winning today game.
3. MAN UNITED V LIVERPOOL
Man United haven’t been in their best form since the start of the season, especially in the Premier League. The Red’s have only gotten up to 3 points in their last 4 EPL games. The Chances of them defeating an In-form team like Liverpool are quite slim, though United are very good at playing against bigger teams.
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