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English Premier League 2016-2017 Week 4 Preview

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As we move into the fourth matchday of English Premier League, there is so much to look forward to. We have previewed the Manchester derby and Liverpool versus Leicester clash separately. So it’s time to look at the rest of fixtures and catch the pulse of future.

Arsenal versus Southampton

A very interesting match between two sides that are struggling to live up to the expectations. The Gunners are formidable at home and the Saints have failed to defeat them away from home in the league in 29 years. The visitors are struggling to replace Mane who left the club in summer. Arsenal too had their teething problems and are yet to show any semblance of ‘Champion material’.

Tough to predict but this looks set for a stalemate.


Stoke versus Tottenham

Another intriguing match-up at the Bet365 stadium. Stoke is bottom of the table after three games but they are definitely not going to stay there. Spurs are yet to lose a match and would love to continue this steady and unspectacular run. Last season Stoke made their home a fortress with stellar performances and would do well to match those exploits.

Harry Kane should be itching to get back on scoring charts and so back him to be a goal scorer any time of the match.

Sunderland versus Everton

David Moyes will hope for some luck when his former side come to the Stadium of Light. Ronald Koeman’s side has started really well and should do the same irrespective of the fact that Sunderland need quick points to address their dropping morale.

Back Everton to win this game – maybe by an odd goal.

Swansea versus Chelsea

Chelsea under Conte have started the season very brightly and should be favorites to continue that. But Swansea is a tough cookie at home and are also eager for some points to get their season started.

Difficult to predict but if you are slightly aggressive go for a Swansea draw or win.

West Ham versus Watford

West Ham were unlucky that they still have just three points from the three matches so far which means they would be eager to go for win. For Watford, the season has literally not yet started under Walter Mazzari. Can they break the drought?

West Ham draw or win looks a safe bet.

Among others

Bournemouth and West Brom play each other and the encounter should meander to a draw. Surprise packages Hull will clash with Burnley and look good for a win. The biggest cheer would be for high flyers Middlesbrough who have a chance to extend their good run against Crystal Palace.

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