Premier League Matchday 11 Preview

By  Umair Asif - 4 November 2016

This week is dedicated to North London Derby and it’s nothing less than shocking to see Pochettino’s impressive derby record. Keeping Tottenham’s unbeaten run this season aside, Arsenal will first have to deal with Pochettino’s unbeaten streak against them. If Spurs inflict another defeat to Arsenal at Emirates, things at the top will get even more intense. 

It’s Premier League and nothing here is constant. Premier League Matchday 11 will see teams battle it out to stay in contention, as it’s still an open affair. Here’s what every fixture of Matchday 11 holds for us:

AFC Bournemouth v Sunderland

Last season, Bournemouth earned their first win over Sunderland in all competitions, and assessing the current form of both the sides, it’s very easy to say they’ll make it two in a row.

Burnley v Crystal Palace

Burnley and Crystal Palace are on equal points and only goal difference separates the two sides. So, this encounter will change the outlook for both these sides. Burnley has been destructive at home, and after an impressive away performance against Man Utd, confidence will be at their side.

Man City v Middlesbrough

Although Middleborough have won more Premier League matches against Man City than any other team, things aren’t the same anymore. A visit at Etihad will be either encouraging or will send Boro to the shallows.

West Ham v Stoke City

Mark Hughes will be eyeing his fourth successive win for the first time, but West Ham at home are not an easy opponent. On the contarray, the Hammers would like to lighten their deficit with a win.

Chelsea v Everton

An away win and that too against Chelsea will give Ronald Koeman’s men a real confidence boost and a place in the top four. However, Chelsea is not only eyeing a 22nd consecutive win at home but also aiming to retain their position in the top four.

Arsenal v Spurs

After taking on the manager’s role at Spurs, Pochettino is undefeated in his four meetings with Arsenal in the Premier League. So, two undefeated streaks to retain for Spurs!

Hull City v Southampton

Hull City have never won a match against the Saints in the Premier League, making Saints the only side Hull City are unable to defeat so far. Saints would like to add one more to this tally and get closer to the direct European qualification zone.

Liverpool v Watford

Liverpool and Coutinho are on a flying form but Watford are not too bad either. However, a visit to Anfield will be real test of their abilities.

Swansea City v Man Utd

Swansea have registered 3 wins in their last four meetings against Man Utd. A win against Man Utd in the given scenario is not that hard to achieve but Jose has been unpredictable this season.  

Leicester City v West Brom

Leicester have been impressive in the Champions League but are unable to replicate the same form in the league so far. However, Baggies have scored in all matches against Leicester in the Premier League.

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