Premier League Predictions: Game week 4

As the Premier League season gains momentum, the September international break is just around the corner.

With a thrilling set of fixtures lined up for the final round of matches before the international break, football fans are in for a treat.

The highly anticipated Premier League debut at Kenilworth Road awaits as Luton Town takes on West Ham United on Friday night.

Luton Town, returning to the top-flight after 31 years, looks to make an impact under the newly refurbished lights.

Meanwhile, two struggling teams, Sheffield United and Everton, face off at Bramall Lane on Saturday lunchtime. Both teams are yet to secure a point this season, making this match a crucial six-pointer.

Everton, despite registering the same number of shots on target as Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, is yet to find the back of the net.

Sheffield United, on the other hand, has shown vulnerability in defense, conceding a high number of shots. Whether Everton can convert their chances remains to be seen.

In the Saturday 15:00 BST kick-offs, Tottenham Hotspur aims to continue their scoring streak with a visit to Turf Moor to take on Burnley.

Brentford and Chelsea, from west London, are favorites to secure three points against Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest respectively.

Here are our predictions for this weekend’s Premier League fixtures on TV:

  • Luton vs West Ham: 1-2
  • Sheffield United vs Everton: 2-0
  • Brentford vs Bournemouth: 2-0
  • Burnley vs Tottenham: 1-2
  • Chelsea vs Nottingham Forest: 2-1
  • Man City vs Fulham: 3-0
  • Brighton vs Newcastle: 2-2
  • Crystal Palace vs Wolves: 1-1
  • Liverpool vs Aston Villa:  2-2
  • Arsenal vs Man Utd: 3-2

Reigning Premier League champions Manchester City enter their match against Fulham with a superior squad and a dominant history.

Having won their last 14 meetings across all competitions, City’s track record against Fulham speaks for itself.

The clash between Brighton and Newcastle is a true toss-up. Both teams were promoted to the Premier League in 2017 and have made strides in their development.

While Brighton utilizes advanced statistical analysis, Newcastle has benefited from substantial investment by their controversial owners.

Crystal Palace, led by Roy Hodgson, faces Wolverhampton Wanderers, now with Gary O’Neil, who previously managed Bournemouth.

Hodgson will hope for a better outcome this time around after suffering a 2-0 defeat in their last meeting.

Anfield is set to witness an exciting encounter as Liverpool takes on Aston Villa. With both teams favoring an attacking style of play, their matches have already produced 23 goals this season.

Game-week 4 concludes with a clash between Arsenal and Manchester United. Both teams have had a lackluster start to the season and will be eager to secure a win before the international break.

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