Week 4 in the English Premier League will have many things to look out for. Apart from Saturday’s early kick-off between Leicester City and Liverpool, Manchester United’s away match at Burnley and Brighton’s home game against Fulham will be very exciting. Here is what you can expect:
All attention will be focused on the King Power Stadium when Liverpool visits Leicester City for the early kick-off on Saturday. The Foxes will be keen to build on their back-to-back wins against Southampton and Wolverhampton, but they will be facing a big fish in this football match against the highly-rated Liverpool team. Demarai Gray, who scored a goal in their 2-1 win against the Saints last weekend, will probably prove to be a handful for the Reds defenders. On the other hand, Liverpool wants to maintain their 100% record to the start of the 2018/19 campaign, and there is a high chance that they will not change their attacking football against Leicester City. Mohamed Salah has taken from where he left in the previous campaign. The Egypt international scored the winning goal against Brighton and will most likely to make life unbearable for Leicester’s defenders.
Liverpool has won three of their last five matches against Leicester City. The Foxes has won two of those fixtures which mean none of them ended in a draw. The previous five games have had more than two goals each so we can expect a game full of goals in this fixture. A very lively match is on the cards, and both teams will score at least one goal at the King Power Stadium.
Chelsea will be keen on staying in the title race by winning their match against Bournemouth at their Stamford Bridge. The Blues have made an impressive start to the season and, the new coach (Maurizio Sarri) has helped the players to regain their confidence. The London club showed their strength when they beat Arsenal 3-2 in a very highly contested match, which is a reason for optimism as Chelsea visits Bournemouth.
On the other side, the Cherries have consistently produced splendid performances since the beginning of the season. It is good to note that they scored more than one goal in each of the last three games so far this season. Eddie Howe is likely to stick to his attacking style of football when they play against Chelsea. This means that Chelsea may have many chances of finding goals on the break and win the match.
Manchester United will be keen on staying in the title race with a win at Turf Moor. The Red Devils have had ups and downs since the start of the season, and need to win games against bottom-table teams if they want to have a chance at the domestic trophy. Jose Mourinho (who has lately been the centre of attention) will have some injury worries on his trip to Burnley considering that the Clarets are strong while at home.
Burnley have not had their best form so far this season, but Sean Dyche’s troops may prove to be a good test for Manchester United. Taking everything into consideration, this will be a close encounter, and the two teams might have to share the spoils on this one.
Below you can find the full schedule of the remaining games for the week four, 1st-2nd September.
Saturday 1st September - Kick-Off 1500hrs (Unless Stated)
Sunday 2nd September - Kick-Off 1600hrs (Unless Stated)
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