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Premier League 2019/20 Week 4 – 5 interesting matches you should follow

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Premier League 2019/20 Week4 – 5 interesting matches you should consider following

The 2019/20 Premier League season enters week five this weekend and we have just picked five matches that would surely put you on.

Last season’s runners up Liverpool, top the Premier League Table with seven points after accrueing three wins a row since the season started and despite few scarery game’s, they kept their 100% run pushing Manchester City to second after the Citizyns where forced to play 1-1 by Tottenham Hotspur.

We’ve just picked five matches for you to follow this weekend. The weekend starts with an early kick off scheduled for 12:30 GMT+1 which involves Southampton taking on Manchester United.

Arsenal face off with Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday which is the last action of the matchday day 4 this weekend.


Here are the 5 Interesting Premier League matches you should consider following this weekend


1. Chelsea vs Sheffield United

Time: 15:00 GMT+1
Date: Aug 31, 2019

This game promises to be a cracker judging by the way Franck Lampard tutored Chelsea have been playing so far. And despite loosing (4-0) at Old Trafford to Manchester United and a UEFA Super Cup Title loss to Liverpool, Chelsea have kept on improving after every match.

Sheffield United have kept a good record with an opening day performance that earned them a valuable point which was followed by a (1-0) win at home against Crystal Palace.

2. Leicester City vs AFC Bournemouth

Time: 15:00 GMT+1
Date: Aug 31, 2019

James Maddison’s impressive showing this season have made Leicester City a team to watch during Premier League matchdays since the start of the season. Leicester City have earned two draws and a win which has moved them to fourth on the standings.

AFC Bournemouth remains the way they are, rated among Premier League top average teams that can put up a good showing against any team.

3. West Ham United vs Norwich City

Time: 15:00 GMT+1
Date: Aug 31, 2019

The loss against Manchester City was the only upset faced by Manuel Pellegrini since the start of the new season. The Hammers have since gone on to secure a draw at Brighton & Hove Albion which was coupled with a comfortable (1-3) win at struggling Watford.

Norwich City’s triumph in the EFL Championship last season is leading the team to an impressive start to the new Premier League campaing. Norwich lost to Liverpool (4-1), beating Newcastle 3-1 before loosing (2-3) to Chelsea in a keenly contested encounter at Carrow Road.

4. Everton vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Time: 14:00 GMT+1
Date: Sept 1, 2019

Here at Interesting Football we’ve always rated Wolverhampton Wanderers as Premier League title contenders this season.

Everton have endured a hard start to this season with their only win of the season coming from the game against struggling Watford and they where further punished with a defeat in the hands of Aston Villa.

5. Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur

Time: 16:30 GMT+1
Date: Sept 1, 2019

Arsenal’s 100% start to the new season was cut short after their (3-1) loss in the hands of Liverpool at Anfield. The Reds did everything possible to maintain a good start against visiting Arsenal.

Arsenal would want to avenge their loss at Anfield against Tottenham Hotspur who lost surprisingly to Newcastle United. Spurs on the other hand are wounded lions that are ready to rip the gunners apart.

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