EPL 2021-22, Matchday 10 preview: Leicester-Arsenal, Tottenham-United to keeps the fans entertained
The 2021-22 edition of the English Premier League enters Matchday 10 with some vast implications on hand. We present the preview of this matchday in the same light, with a couple of big games to watch out for.
It would be a vital Matchday 10 of the English Premier League (EPL) 2021-22. While there are a couple of big matches to watch out for, some of them hold grave implications to set the pace for the title race. On the same note, we present the preview of this exciting matchday involving the top sides.
Leicester City faces an arduous task against Arsenal
Ninth-placed Arsenal has made a swift recovery following its shaky start initially during the season. It would travel to take on tenth-placed Leicester City that has not been at its best this season. Despite having the home advantage, it would be an uphill task for the Foxes, as a win could take it to the sixth spot, while a loss could drop it to 12th. Success takes the Gunners to fifth, while a loss could see it down to 12th.
Liverpool entertains Brighton and Hove Albion
Second-placed Liverpool is coming off a thumping 5-0 win over rival Manchester United at Old Trafford. Looking to continue the same run, it would aim to thrash sixth-placed Brighton and Hove Albion at home in Anfield. Although the Seagulls have been impressive, The Reds pose a whole new threat. A win for Liverpool could see it rise to the top, while a loss could slump it down to third.
Chelsea aims to dismantle Newcastle United
A Saudi might have taken over 19th-placed Newcastle. However, things are unlikely to change drastically this season. As it hosts leader Chelsea, the former could be set for demolition. A win for The Blues means staying atop, while a loss means it could fall to third place.
Manchester City looks to rout Crystal Palace
Third-placed City has been inconsistent so far this season. But, it is a grave threat to any opponent playing at home in the Etihad Stadium. As it hosts 15th-placed Palace, another goal-rush is possibly on the cards. The Cityzens' win could see it rising to the top, while a loss would not adversely affect it, as it would retain its spot.
Will Tottenham Hotspur pile misery on Manchester United?
Seventh-placed United is heavily wounded following its pitiless 0-5 thrashing by Liverpool. It would still be a perplexing task for Ole Gunnar Solskjær and his men as it travels to take on seventh-placed Tottenham. Moreover, with heavy pressure on the manager, this game could decide his fate at Old Trafford. A win for the Red Devils could mean rising to the fourth spot, while a loss could watch it collapse to the 12th spot. A win might take the Spurs to fourth, while a defeat may see it down to 12th.
Can Leicester City stop Brentford's impressive run?
11th-placed Leicester has not had the ideal start to the season so far, while it would travel to take on ninth-placed Brentford on Sunday. The newly-promoted Bees has impressed all with its performance and could tame the Foxes. Nonetheless, Leicester needs a win here to possibly rise to sixth, while a loss could drop it to 14th.