Man U Set To Destroy Liverpool
Action resumes in the English Premier League with week 9 promising some breath taking fixtures. League leaders, Liverpool continued their fine form with a 2- 1 victory over hard working Leicester City.
The Red travel to Old Trafford to take on struggling Manchester United and will look to make their attacking force cause major problems for the united defense.
The Red Devil’s sit on 12th position with 9 points after a 1-0 defeat by Newcastle United.
It was like a dream for the defending champions, Man-City and their lovely fans as Wolves stunned them after their good performance in UEFA champion’s league.
City are second on the table with 16 points after 8 matches and will tackle Crystal Palace away. Crystal Palace are in good form occupying 6th position with 14 points and have won two away and two home matches having an unbeaten record in Selhurst Park Stadium with good combination of Wilfred Zaha; Jordan Ayew, Benteke Christian, Townsend, Gary Cahill and others.
Arsenal repositioned themselves to third on the league table with 15 points as they struggled to win Bournemouth with a lone goal scored by new boy David Luis, and will travel to meet new comers Sheffield United away.
Leicester City dropped to forth as they lost 2-1 to league leaders, Liverpool having 14 points in 8 matches. They will face Burnley at home.
Chelsea is fifth on the league table after they defeat Southampton 1-4. The Blues are improving in each game mostly in away matches. They will host Newcastle at Stanford Bridge. Newcastle defeated Man United 1-0 and will struggle to share points with Chelsea. It would be recalled that Chelsea defeated Newcastle 2-1 both at home and away last season. But can history repeat itself?
Tottenham have conceded 10 goals in two consecutive matches both UEFA and Premier League. They were humiliated 2-7 by Bayern Munich and also lost 3-0 to Brighton. They have 11 points in 8 matches, occupying 9th position and will welcome Watford at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Tottenham most improve their standard of play and also utilize their chances if really they want to make an impact both at UEFA and Premier League.