The action in England will start early on Saturday with Arsenal hosting Newcastle, and closing with the late kick-off between Brighton and Leeds. Later on Man United face yet another potentially humiliating defeat as they take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
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Sunday’s Premier League battle: Man City vs West Ham – EPL
Man City had arguably one of their best ever performances under Pep Guardiola in midweek, making PSG look like an ordinary squad. They managed to completely deprive a certain Leo Messi of the ball for the entirety of the match. Yet such a game will have taken a toll on Pep’s team both physically and psychologically.
This could be of a considerable advantage to West Ham, especially with the Citizens still missing the likes of De Bruyne, Foden and Grealish. The Hammers are quite a different proposition to PSG, almost the exact opposite, as they defend from the front, work tirelessly off the ball and fight for every ball. Welcome back to the Premier League Pep!
Prediction for Man City vs West Ham – EPL
Wednesday’s result sees the bookies go bullish on Man City, giving them a 74% probability of beating the Hammers, with West Ham’s chances rated at a low 9%.
Our Pick of the Week: Chelsea vs Man United – EPL
Chelsea have been the best side in England and arguably even in Europe so far this season, with their win against Juventus in midweek just another show of their dominance. They take on an unpredictable Man United side who are still without a manager, not even an interim one, with Solskjaer’s former assistant Michael Carrick taking charge for what will be only his 2nd ever match in the dugout.
Despite their modest win in Europe on Tuesday, an away trip to Stamford Bridge with Chelsea in the form they are in will surely be too much for the Red Devils, who have been a shambles defensively all season. The Blues on the other hand have scored 30 and conceded only 4 so far in the EPL. Miles apart.
Prediction for Chelsea vs Man United – EPL
Chelsea’s chances of getting full points here are currently as high as 60%, with Man United given a meagre 17% probability of beating the Blues.