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Three (3) key games to watch in the Premier League

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The Premier League returns in midweek as the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Aston Villa all take to the pitch against each of their counterpart in the EPL.

It promises to be a swashbuckling round of games as we expect to witness quality football all around the English top flight.

With Manchester United in the spotlight for many reasons, many would look up to their game as Isagoal.com reviews the top three matches to watch in the Premier League in the midweek.

Aston Villa vs. Manchester City

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Pep Guardiola would be hoping to pick the available three points against the impressive Aston Villa side at the Villa Park Stadium.

The London based side has won two games in a row and with Steven Gerrard at the helm of the affair at Aston Villa, it would be interesting to see how it happens at the end of 90 minutes.

While the Citizens will hope to continue their League pursuit on the road with a win.

Manchester United vs. Arsenal

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The stage is set for Manchester United as they welcome the improved Arsenal side at Old Trafford.

Having drawn 1-1 with League leader Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, they would hope to beat Arsenal at home.

And with the Red Devils having a decent record against Arsenal, they would fancy their chances here.

While Mikel Arteta and his men would aim to turn the tide away from home against the Michael Carrick led United side at the theatre of Dreams.

Everton vs. Liverpool

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It’s another Merseyside derby match at Goodison Park, so that would be fireworks on the pitch though Liverpool would be the favourite ahead of this tie.

But with Everton in need of the three points at home, they would give Liverpool a run for their money in this fixture.

Even as they want to make amends with the Liverpool game after losing 1-0 to Premier League new boys Brentford City at the weekend.

 

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