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English Premier League Matchday 3 Preview

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English Premier League Matchday 3 Preview

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matches involving various clubs, Matchday 3 is set to kick off this weekend. Chelsea, who are yet to secure a victory, will be aiming to get their first win against Luton.

Only two weeks into the season, the top of the Premier League table has a familiar look. Brighton is currently leading, closely trailed by the top two teams from the previous season. Interestingly, the clubs that were predicted to struggle and face relegation are yet to earn a single point.

Chelsea still seek their first win after a 3-1 loss to West Ham, displaying convincing dominance but overall disarray. Luton, with postponed home game due to unprepared ground, gains extra time to prepare themselves against Chelsea. Chelsea’s Raheem Sterling and Nicolas Jackson had a strong partnership last week, while Solly March caused issues for Luton playing on the right. Sterling aims to echo March’s attacking impact for Chelsea this Friday.

Arsenal secured a hard-fought 1-0 victory against Crystal Palace, managing the game well despite going down to ten men. Fulham, on the other hand, had a fortunate win against Everton followed by a subpar performance against Brentford. To avoid relegation trouble, investing money from Mitrović’s sale is crucial for Fulham. Nketiah displayed sharpness with woodwork hits and missed opportunities. His movement in the attacking third could be key against deep-defending Fulham. Nketiah won a penalty for Arsenal’s Monday win, tallying two goal involvements in two matches.


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Brighton holds the league’s lead after consecutive 4-1 victories, but facing West Ham poses a tough challenge. Despite Brighton’s potential to score, they haven’t achieved a clean sheet. Given West Ham’s successful counter-attacking against Chelsea, a similar strategy might unfold in Saturday’s match. The match could see Brighton pushing the game while West Ham capitalizes on the break, with Antonio pivotal to their counter-attacking approach, likely making a significant impact through goals or assists.

Sheffield United’s quest for their first point was thwarted by a late Nottingham Forest goal, indicating a challenging return to the top division. In contrast, City had an amazing showing in narrow victories, 1-0 over Newcastle. Despite Kevin De Bruyne’s absence, Phil Foden effectively filled the gap, highlighting City’s remarkable squad depth. While Haaland remained goalless in the previous match following a two-goal start to the season, his consistent scoring record suggests it’s unlikely he’ll go without a goal in consecutive games this week, having achieved that only thrice last season.

This weekend, the spotlight is also on a clash between Newcastle and Liverpool, both top-four contenders. Newcastle aims to end their winless streak against Liverpool dating back to December 2015. This is a favorable opportunity for them, considering Liverpool’s midfield issues. Isak’s preference over Callum Wilson in the starting lineup caught attention, especially after his two-goal performance against Aston Villa. Notably, Isak was Newcastle’s sole scorer in their previous match against Liverpool, highlighting his importance as the starting striker.

Matchday 3 is gearing up to provide another thrilling weekend for football enthusiasts worldwide.


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