Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester City kick started the defence of their Premier League title with a 5-0 win at West Ham United in gameweek 1.
Tottenham Hotspur reached the Champions League final but lost to Liverpool and broke their previous transfer record twice to bring in Tanguy Ndombele and Giovani Lo Celso.
Harry Kane stands out in every match Spurs play, however, here there are no less than six Manchester City players considered more likely to score at anytime before the England striker.
After a hat-trick last week, Raheem Sterling could well be influential during this game week.
Liverpool vs Southampton
Liverpool have the upper-hand in the head-to-head against Southampton, with twenty wins to Southampton’s ten from their forty Premier League encounters.
Liverpool have won each of their last four matches against Southampton, in the Premier League and have scored at least two goals in each of those four matches.
Brighton vs West Ham
Brighton produced an impressive 3-0 win over Watford, courtesy of goals from Florin Andone, Neal Maupay and an own goal.
West Ham United suffered a defeat to Manchester City – and are likely to be joined by many other sides this season in conceding five to the defending champions.
Manuel Pellegrini will be expecting his side to bounce back quickly from their humiliation especially them having gone big over the summer with new signings.
Norwich vs Newcastle
The Championship Champions travelled to face European Cup winners Liverpool on the opening Friday night.
Norwich fell behind after just seven minutes through Grant Hanley’s own goal and had conceded three more goals;making it the first time a side had lead in four in the first half on the opening day for 13 years.
They however got a goal back through last season’s top scorer Teemu Pukki in the second half.
Newcastle, kicked off their campaign at home to Arsenal last Sunday, they had early chances including Jonjo Shelvey’s half-volley that hit the post.
Paul Dummett’s slack pass was snatched upon and Arsenal scored, what turned out to be only goal winning goal.
Aston Villa vs Bournemouth
Aston Villa took the lead at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, through John McGinn who put them in front after just three minutes.
Tottenham were so dominant, in the second half, and scored three times in the final 17 minutes to win 3-1.
Arsenal vs Burnley
The Gunners were at St James’ Park to face Newcastle last Sunday in their 2019/20 openers.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles latched onto a loose pass, brilliantly picked out Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who poked the ball to the back of the net.
That’s the first time Arsenal have won and kept a clean sheet on the opening day since 2008.
Burnley, got off to a winning start when they welcomed Southampton to Turf Moor and
Ashley Barnes scored twice in seven minutes, both goals assisted by debutant Erik Pieters.