We’re looking forward to Game Week 4 of the Premier League, with Liverpool heading to Leicester and Watford clashing with Spurs
There are four teams who boast a 100% record in the Premier League after three games and two of them meet at Vicarage Road on Sunday.
Much has been made of Tottenham’s 3-0 victory at Old Trafford, although Watford have also secured three straight wins after victories over Brighton, Burnley and Crystal Palace.
Javi Gracia looks set to become the longest-serving Hornets manager for several seasons, with the Spaniard getting a tune out of Andre Gray and Troy Deeney in attack, while a fit Will Hughes will always be valuable in the Premier League.
Defensively, the team also look sound and Ben Foster represents a solid acquisition and it was his heroics that prevented Crystal Palace from scoring more than a solitary goal.
Sunday’s clash looks an enticing one and perhaps Spurs will have too much quality, while their conquered foes Manchester United head to nearby Turf Moor for a clash against a Burnley side who are desperate for points themselves after taking just one from three.
Also on Sunday, we have Arsenal heading to south Wales for a clash with a Cardiff team who don’t look like mugs in the Premier League and their ability to continue landing clean sheets could help them generate the sort of results to keep them in the top flight.
On Saturday, we have seven clashes and the first one kicks off at the King Power Stadium where Liverpool boast another of those 100% records although it could come under close scrutiny against a Leicester side who have two wins under their belt already.
Manchester City could be five points behind Liverpool when they play Newcastle on Saturday teatime and there could be a little pressure on a team who huffed and puffed at Molineux but failed to blow the house down.
Saturday 1 September
Leicester City 12:30 Liverpool
Brighton & Hove Albion 15:00 Fulham
Chelsea 15:00 AFC Bournemouth
Crystal Palace 15:00 Southampton
Everton 15:00 Huddersfield Town
West Ham United 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Manchester City 17:30 Newcastle United
All odds were correct at time of posting.