Manchester United will be confident to remain at the top of the Premier League table this weekend after thrashing hopefully Westham United on Sunday at London Stadium. The Red Devils currently top the EPL Table with 10 points and 11 goals ahead of second placed Chelsea who have 9 goals ahead of their London Derby against Tottenham Hotspurs on Sunday. Chelsea are set to welcome back Ngolo Kante with Romelu Lukaku set to shine at Hotspurs Stadium as they clash for 3 vital points as rivals Manchester United are favourites to beat Westham. Leceister City whp are currently in position 9 with 6 points will visit Amex Stadium to take on 6th placed Brighton who have 9 points on the opening Sunday Premier League fixture.
Arsenal will be looking forward to build up on their previous clean sheet victory in the Premier League when they visit Turf Moor on Saturday to take on Burnley. The Gunners are currently in position 16 with 3 points while the Clarets are in position 18 with 1 point. Liverpool are currently in position 3 with 10 points ahead of their Premier League match against 11th placed Crystal Palace while defending Champions Manchester City will host Southampton on Saturday. Leeds United will open match day 5 fixtures tonight when they take on 19th placed Newcastle United at St James Park in a fierce relegation battle clash.
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