Manchester United vs Everton 12:30 mp
Manchester United return to Premier League action today as Everton visit carrington complex for the lunchtime match at Old Trafford.
The 12:30 kick-off provides Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team with the chance to get themselves back in to the Premier League title race.
Both United and Everton have claimed 13 points to sit behind Liverpool that occupy the first position with 14 point. There will be a big show at Old Trafford today as both teams will clash to remain at the top of the log.
Burnley vs Norwich 3pm
Burnley will host their fellow struggling side, Norwich at Lancashire stadium.
Burnley currently take 19th position with 2 points while the visiting side languishing at the bottom of relegation zone, having failed to win a game since the beginning of this season.
Chelsea vs Southampton 3pm
Chelsea will host Southampton at Stamford Bridge in a Premier League contest. All eyes are on the Blues to see if they can react to back-to-back losses for the second time under Thomas Tuchel this season. Ralph Hasenhuttl’s lads held them to two draws last season but Tuchel’s Chelsea will want to make sure they take maximum points this time around.
Leeds United vs Watford 3pm
Leeds United will drag Watford for three points at Rollad Road. Watford won four times in their last five matches against Leeds United.
Leeds defeats to Manchester United, Liverpool and latterly West Ham, have prompted anxiety among their fans on social media, but coach Marcelo Bielsa has assured them self belief in his camp is unaffected.
Wolverhampton vs Newcastle 3pm
Wolves remain without a Premier League home win as they welcome Newcastle United to Molineux.
Bruno Lage’s side secured a 1-0 victory against Southampton last weekend. Thanks to a goal from Raul Jimenez, the striker’s first goal since his recovery from a life threatening head injury.
Newcastle is having bad run of results in this season. It only picked three points in last six matches.
Brighton vs Arsenal 5:30 pm
Brighton are enjoying their good start to the season under the management of Graham Potter. Brighton will like to extend their 4 match winning streak when they face Gunners at their own ground today.
Mikel Arteta’s side are also in healthy run of form with four unbeaten in all competitions. That stretch is comprised of four victories with just a solitary goal conceded.
On Sunday, October 3
Crystal Palace vs Liechester 2pm
Crystal palace will be hosting Foxes at Selhurt park. Crystal Palace and Leicester have made an epileptic start to the season. This meeting could prove to be a crossroads. Leicester’s campaign has stalled with only two points from their past three games while they are also at risk of an early exit from the Europa League. The Palace are beginning to show signs of finding their feet under Patrick Vieira.
Tottenham vs Aston Villa 2pm
Aston Villa are with great confidence to face Tottenham who have less than three days to recover from their Europa Conference match. It will be a tough game between both teams as Tottenham are hoping to extend their winning streak at their own ground.
Westham vs Brentford 2pm
The two London clubs with terrific start to the season will also clash.
The Hammers have picked up where they left off last season and on Thursday night made it two wins from two in the Europa League group stage as they beat Rapid Vienna.
Brentford, meanwhile, have taken to life in the top flight like ducks to water and picked up their latest showpiece result in the form of a thrilling 3-3 draw with Liverpool last weekend.
Liverpool vs Mancity 4:30pm
Liverpool and Manchester City game is a biggest premier league show this weekend.
Jurgen Klopp’s prolific Liverpool remain undefeated and are scoring goals for fun, though questions have been raised over their defense strength after dramatic 3-3 draw at Brentford last weekend, which was followed by a thumping 5-1 win over FC Porto in the Champions League.
Meanwhile, City will be hoping to bounce back quickly after their 2-0 loss to Paris Saint-Germain in Champions league.