Premier League Matchweek 10 Preview

By  Umair Asif - 28 October 2016

The twist and turns in Premier League are almost impossible to describe. It’s a story that keeps on unfolding and leaves you stunned. The way Man City started the season, people started believing a new force has just awaken and it will be another season in the Premier league with the standout also being invincible.

A 6-match winning streak followed by a frustrating run without a win; this is what’s making Pep furious. Similarly, Joe Mourinho failed to impress with his new assignment. Premier League is blessed to have some of the most talented and top ranked managers fighting hard to make their mark in the toughest league across Europe. 

Undoubtedly, this season hasn’t failed to deliver the highest quality of football so far and has been the most exciting season.  Moving ahead, Premier League Matchweek 10 is expected to keep the blaze going. Our Premier League Matchweek 10 preview will take you through every fixture, providing you a reason to stay glued to your seat:

Sunderland v Arsenal

The miserable run of David Moyes and Sunderland is expected to extend for one more week when Arsenal will visit Stadium of Lights this weekend. Looking at Arsenal’s exceptional form compared to Sunderland’s pathetic run, one can simply extract the outcome.

Man Utd v Burnley

Burnley hasn’t impressed at all this season but the way they outnumbered Liverpool and Everton hints at the impossible becoming possible. However, Man Utd will be at home and after defeating Man City in the EFL Cup, confidence will be on their side.

Middlesbrough v AFC Bournemouth

A very crucial tie for both the sides and the outcome will firmly decide the route. The cherries have been winless against Middleborough during their last 5 meetings, but they have never lost to Middleborough away from home. 

Spurs v Leicester City

Leicester may have failed to impress this season so far, like the way they did last season, but Tottenham’s unbeaten run will be under real threat this weekend as Claudio Ranieri has never lost to Spurs in Premier League.

Watford v Hull City

The first top flight meeting between the two sides favors Watford since they have played better this season, which is also apparent from their league position.

West Brom v Man City

West Brom has a golden chance to stun Man City, since they are suffering from disease that does not let them win. Anyhow, Pep Guardiola will be eager to end the drought and take the team back to its winning ways this weekend.

Crystal Palace v Liverpool

The man who ended Liverpool’s frustrating run of defeats against Crystal Palace with a late winner in a 2-1 victory, Christian Benteke, is now playing for Eagles. Well, Jurgen Klopp will not be impressed if the Belgian fires some shots at his former club.

Everton v West Ham

Lukaku enjoys playing against Hammers, and this is evident from their last 6 meetings. Also, Hammers would like to continue their winning run, which they picked a bit late. Altogether, it’s going to be a blistering encounter at the Goodison Park.

Southampton v Chelsea

The Saints have remained unbeaten at home during their last 9 Premier League matches, their longest since 2005; but Chelsea was the last team to defeat them at home. So looking at the current scenario, Conte will be desperate to win in order to close the gap at the top.

Stoke City v Swansea City

With Joe Allen carrying Stoke’s revival and the impressive home record of Potters against Swans, it is quite obvious to predict the outcome of this fixture.

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