2021/2022 EPL Week 4 Preview and predictions
The Premier League is offering up plenty of exciting games in Matchweek 4.
Tottenham are the only remaining side with a perfect record and sit in first place and they open up the weekend at Selhurst Park. Arsenal sit at the foot of the table after three horrible performances and they will take on Norwich.
Cristiano Ronaldo returns home to play his first match for Manchester United in over 12 years.
CRYSTAL PALACE VS TOTTENHAM
SATURDAY 11 SEPTEMBER, SELHURST PARK
Back Tottenham to Win -1 Goal
ARSENAL VS NORWICH
SUNDAY 12 SEPTEMBER, EMIRATES STADIUM
The Canaries are the only side in the Premier League to have conceded more goals than the Gunners but sit above them having scored one goal compared to Arsenal’s none.
BRENTFORD VS BRIGHTON AND HOVE ALBION
SUNDAY 12 SEPTEMBER, BRENTFORD COMMUNITY STADIUM
Brighton suffered a slight correction in their last match, losing to Everton to enter the international break on six points.
Back the Draw
LEICESTER VS MANCHESTER CITY
SUNDAY 12 SEPTEMBER, KING POWER STADIUM
City have looked a lot better in their two crushing wins over Norwich and Arsenal as opposed to Leicester grinding out victories over Wolves and Norwich.
Back Manchester City to Win
MANCHESTER UNITED VS NEWCASTLE
SUNDAY 12 SEPTEMBER, OLD TRAFFORD
United put five past Leeds and could easily do the same here.
Back Manchester United to Win
SOUTHAMPTON VS WEST HAM
SUNDAY 12 SEPTEMBER,ST MARY’S STADIUM
Having won six of their last seven against Southampton, and with one of the form strikers in the competition, I’ll back the Irons to pick up another win.
Back West Ham to Win
WATFORD VS WOLVES
SUNDAY 12 SEPTEMBER, VICARAGE ROAR
Back Both Teams to Score
CHELSEA VS ASTON VILLA
SUNDAY 12 SEPTEMBER, STAMFORD BRIDGE
Romelu Lukaku might be in doubt with a thigh injury suffered on international duty but that should not slow down Chelsea in this match.
Back Chelsea to Win
LEEDS VS LIVERPOOL
MONDAY 13 SEPTEMBER,ELLAND ROAD
Back Liverpool to Win
EVERTON VS BURNLEY
TUESDAY 14 SEPTEMBER, GOODISON PARK
Both of Everton’s Premier League wins this season have come by two goal margins.
Back Everton to Win