EPL 2021-22, Matchday 3 preview: Manchester City-Arsenal, Liverpool-Chelsea undoubtedly the head-turners
The English Premier League 2021-22 enters Matchday 3, with a couple of mega-blockbuster matches, with Manchester City clashing against Arsenal and Liverpool taking on Chelsea.
Matchday 3 is upon us in the 2021-22 English Premier League, as things are expected to get intense. With a couple of mega-blockbuster matches, it would be a matchday to cherish as we present the preview of the same.
City looks to pile on Arsenal's misery
City has been off to a mixed start and would host Arsenal on Saturday. However, things don't look good for the Gunners, having lost the opening two games, while it looks set for another defeat, especially playing the champion away from home. Nevertheless, a win here could lift Arsenal's spirit that would be crucial for the rest of the season. While a win could take City to the top spot, a loss could drop it to the bottom half of the table. As for Arsenal, a win could make it rise to the top half of the table, while a loss could make it hit rock bottom.
Leicester City aims at Norwich City annihilation
Leicester has been off to a rolling start to the season, as it would look to continue with the same momentum against the promoted Norwich away from home on Saturday. The Canaries has never had a great season in the EPL on the past three occasions. The Foxes seems set for another win that could help it rise among the top-four, while a loss would keep it in the bottom half.
Liverpool faces monumental task against Chelsea
In the second headliner clash of the matchday, Liverpool hosts Chelsea on Saturday. Both the sides have been off to winning starts and seem unstoppable. However, judging by the gameplay, The Blues possesses a slight edge. But Liverpool cannot be ruled out, as it could well go either way. A win for either would take it to the top spot, while a loss could push it down out of top-four.
Tottenham Hotspur should have it easy against Watford
In a seemingly one-sided encounter of the matchday, Tottenham would host 11th-placed Watford on Sunday. Spurs is on a winning roll and looks favourite to notch up its third here, while a win could take it up to the top spot. However, a defeat could drop it to the bottom half, as it is still the initial stage of the tournament.
Manchester United eye record-breaking win/draw against Wolves
United is in the headlines for getting back its legendary talisman Cristiano Ronaldo. However, the Portuguese would not be playing on Sunday. Nevertheless, United would look to win or draw against 16th-placed Wolverhampton Wanderers to set a record of 28 away EPL games unbeaten. Furthermore, a win could take it to the top spot, while a loss could drop it to the bottom half.
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