The international football break is over and club football resumes in various leagues across the world. Epl matchday 4 is set to resume tomorrow 11th of September 2021 as Arsenal faces Norwich city to claim their first win of the season.
The Eagles set to host Tottenham at Selhurst Park Stadium to start the matchday. FA Cup 2020/2021 season winner host Cityzens at the King’s Power stadium.
Tomorrow’s EPL Fixtures Week 4, Sept 11, 2021, and predictions;
Crystal Palace Vs Tottenham(12:30): Tottenham hasn’t conceded a goal in the campaign would make it difficult for the Eagles to score, Tottenham would definitely triumph.
Watford Vs Wolves(15:00): Wolves have lost their last matches with just a lone goal respectively would definitely score but both teams are surely getting on the score sheet.
Brentford Vs Brighton(15:00): The Bees have had an impressive start but not against the attacking side of Brighton. Away to win either half.
Arsenal Vs Norwich(15:00): Gunners are having their nightmare currently as they occupy the bottom of the log with Norwich 19th, this is definitely a relegation Classico notwithstanding Arsenal are winning this round.
Manchester United Vs Newcastle(15:00): Europa league final bottlers set to face Newcastle as they unveil Christiano Ronaldo. Man Utd are winning this tie.
Southampton Vs Westham(15:00): Hammer are certainly winning this round with their impressive start.
Leicester Vs Man City(15:00): Having defeated Cityzens in the Community Shield earlier this season a draw will be enough nice result for the visitors.
Chelsea Vs Aston Villa(17:30): The blues having pulled out an amazing performance last match at Anfield set to continue the campaign with a win.
Sunday’s EPL Fixtures Week 4, Sept 12, 2021, and predictions;
Leeds Vs Liverpool(16:30): The Reds are extending their league points as they travel to face Leeds United.
Everton Vs Burnley(20:00): This will definitely be a difficult encounter for Everton as Burnely usually pulls out a dramatic play on the pitch.
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