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EPL Matchweek 3 preview: Where to watch Man Utd vs Spurs, Man City vs Wolves, and more

August 24, 2018 By Ali M.
Elsewhere, Arsenal will be involved in a London Derby while Liverpool will host Brighton.

Another Premier League Matchweek is upon us, with the weekend ushering in another exciting round in the English Premier League. With it comes a highly-anticipated clash between two top-six clubs: Man United and Tottenham.

But the excitement doesn't stop there.  There are tons of other promising ties to watch over the next few days, including a London Derby and Man City's early Saturday kick-off.

Wolves vs Man City

After thumping Huddersfield 6-1, can the defending champion record another huge triumph? The obvious bet would be on Guardiola's men marching to victory, but it should be noted that Wolves was one of only two teams to stop the Citizens from scoring last season when they played out a 0-0 draw in the Carabao Cup.

Match facts

  • Man City is yet to lose against a newly-promoted side under Pep Guardiola (W9, D3).

  • The Citizens could become the first reigning champion to win their first three games of the season since Man United back in 2011/12.

Arsenal vs West Ham

Suffering back-to-back defeats in your first two Premier League games isn't easy, but that was always a likely scenario for Unai Emery given Arsenal's tough opening fixtures. On Saturday, the Gunners will welcome West Ham, a team that also began the season with back-to-back defeats, hoping to earn their first victory.

Match facts

  • Arsenal has lost only one of their last 22 clashes with West Ham in all competitions (W17, D4).

  • Should the Gunners lose, it would be the first time losing their opening three games of the season since 1954/55.

  • Emery's record vs Pellegrini in La Liga was W3, D3, L4.  

Man United vs Tottenham

After their embarrassing 3-2 loss at Brighton, Mourinho knows he must deliver a win in the next round to bounce back. Unfortunately, that tie will be against Tottenham, a team that has recorded back-to-back wins. Pochettino might be without captain Hugo Lloris after being charged with drink-driving.

Match facts

  • Man United has won each of their last four home games against Tottenham in the Premier League without conceding a single goal.

  • Out of their last 26 Old Trafford meetings, Spurs has won only twice (D3, L21).

  • The last time a London team won at Man United was on New Year's Day 2014, and it was none other than Tottenham.

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