Gameweek 6 of the EPL in  Review

With the exciting start of the season already, this gameweek promises to be more exciting. There would be ten games spread within four days with majority of the matches would take place tomorrow as fans get ready for another weekend of action.

Gameweek 6 begins today at Villa Park as Aston Villa welcomes Leeds United with what promises to be an exciting game. Villa won their last game by a lone goal thanks to a 90th minute winner by Chelsea loanee, Ross Barkley. Leeds United lost by a similar score line to Wolves and would be looking to bounce back with a win against a team that hasn’t lost this season. Players to look out for are Jack Grealish as well as Ross Barkley, for the home side as both players have over seven goals and assists between them. For the away side, Bamford, Klich and Eder Costa should pose a threat for the Aston Villa defence, which surprisingly, have conceded the least goals in the Premier League this season.

Fulham entertain Crystal Palace who were

Manchester City kick off tomorrow’s shift with a trip to West Ham. City are looking to find some form, following back to back wins against Arsenal and FC Porto. They would be without Fernandinho and striker, Gabriel Jesus. West Ham, had a different kind of game, their team had to come back from behind last weekend against Tottenham Hotspur to get a draw. They should be hoping to dig deep as they prepare to face Manchester City, who are a much stronger team.

Fulham entertain Crystal Palace who were held to a draw in their previous game. Palace’s target man, Wilfried Zaha, should be hoping to get his team the much elusive three points. It was a match day to forget for Fulham’s striker, Aleksandr Mitrovic, who missed a penalty as his side were held to a draw in their previous game. Both players would be looking to inspire their teammates.

Gameweek 6 of the EPL in  Review

Next up should be the crunch time of the weekend as Manchester United welcome Chelsea to Old Trafford. Manchester United who won this fixture last season, may be hoping to do the same again following last week’s win over Newcastle United, as well as, Tuesday’s win over Paris Saint Germain. Chelsea have drawn their last two games in all competition and should be looking to present an upset at Old Trafford. Players to watch out for are Bruno Fernandez and Marcus Rashford for Manchester United. For Chelsea, Timo Werner and Christian Pulisic are likely going to trouble United’s defences.

The last game of the day takes place at Anfield where Liverpool host Sheffield United. The defending champions must be playing to win this game following last week’s merseyside draw against Everton. Sheffield United may also be looking to get at least a draw from this game. They were able to hold Fulham to a draw last week, and may be hoping to get the same at Liverpool.

Sunday’s fixtures see Wolves take on Newcastle, Arsenal welcome Leicester City, while Southampton play current league leaders, Everton. On Monday, Brighton welcome West Brom and Burnley square up with Tottenham for the last game of the match day.