Review of the games from Matchday 3 of the Premier League.

Last season’s English Premier League (EPL) runner-up, Arsenal will on Saturday trade tackles with Fulham at the London stadium few days after defeating Cyrstal Palace 1-0 at Selhurst Park. CONTINUE READING>>>>>

Arsenal are unbeaten so far in two games and will hope to consolidate with the Fulham match this Saturday.

Playing in front of their fans is expected to help the Gunners overcome Fulham, especially with the news that their star striker, Gabriel Jesus, is fit and ready to play.

Brighton, Arsenal and Manchester City are the only sides to have secured maximum points in their first two games of the new season.

Brighton is the surprise package having won two games conveniently despite having some key players out of the squad.

Erik ten Hag’s team will still be without new striker, Rasmus Hojlund, who is out with a back injury, but the absence of Mason Mount may have given the Dutch opportunity to try a new approach in the game against Forest.

After losing two games in a row Everton will look to seek its first win of the season with their clash against Wolves.

Everton spent the last two seasons struggling to remain in the Premiership and with little or no investment in playing staff, Sean Dyche must find a way of raising his troops to overcome such teams as Wolves, especially when playing at home.

Brighton cersus WestHam will deliver another cracker as both teams have shown their giant killing instincts.

On Sunday, Liverpool will travel to Saint James’ park to face a rejuvenated Newcastle side.…… Continue Your Reading

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