Premier League Match day 9 analysis

Premier League Match day 9 analysis

Big day ahead as players made their way back from the International break, with some headed straight to the medical center while others returned to training.

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We look at the fixtures today as Everton continues their struggle to leave the relegation zone as they go head-to-head with a blazing Yarmeloneko side, West Ham United who sits at the 8th position, 12 points behind unbeaten league leaders, Liverpool FC.

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Norwich city are likely to return to their former league as they travel to the Vitality park today with hopes of victory but greater chances exist they would give up another 3-points.

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Bournemouth has lost only 1 home game this season and Daniel Farke’s men are not looking good on their out-of-home games as they have lost 4 games while on visit.

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Aston Villa has managed to stay clear the relegation zone as they welcome Brighton city based side, Brighton & Hove Albion with hopes of adding 3 more points to their already secured 8.

Villa have the chances of stepping up on the league table as Brighton sit on their top with just a point difference.

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Can the Longstaffs repeat their great performances once more today as they battle Frank Lampard’s men? Or is Mason Mount going to work hand in hand with his favorite Tammy Abraham to net multiple number of goals today.

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Many have accredited Newcastle’s victory to Manchester United’s crumbling state as some even lamented that ‘Man united just made the Longstaff brothers look like Xavi and Iniesta’.

At the other end, Chelsea look to take advantage of the opportunity presented to them should Leicester City loss to Burnley today, although this has lesser chances of occurring.

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Brendan Rodgers’ men look to recoup everything they lost when Liverpool luckily got back their lead against the Foxes just 2 minutes after Maddison’s equalizer.

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A game likely to end in a tie is the Tottenham Watford clash as Spurs struggle to get back in form while Watford continue their worst season campaign.

Will Pochettino’s side use this as a ladder to climb back to glory days or just hand Watford 3 points giveaway.

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Wolves look to suppress Southampton into the relegation zone, should Everton or Norwich city win their games today.

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Crystal Palace hope to take advantage of a staggering Manchester City side as the Citizens has failed to close in the gap between them and Liverpool.

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