Upcoming Premier League matches: Matchday 9
List of matches
Liverpool vs Everton: 5:00 pm
Liverpool host Everton in what could be a good encounter at the weekend. Drawing 2- 2 with in form Brighton they’d be hoping to bounce back at home. Meanwhile, Everton will hope to turn the Merseyside blue in a bid to see themselves in a much safer position from the relegation zone.
Liverpool's last 5 matches: W-W-W-L-D
Injury list - Andy Robertson, Curtis Jones, Thiago, Jota, Cody Gakpo, Stefan Bajetic, and Caiomihim Kelleher.
Everton's last 5 matches: D-L-W-L-W
Injury list - Seamus Coleman, Andre Gomes, and Bamidelle Alli.
Brentford vs Burnley: 7:30 pm
Brentford without Ivan Toney has not been the same as in previous seasons. With no wins in the last 5 matches, they’d be hoping to turn things around against a lackluster Burnley side who themselves are coming with a loss to Chelsea
Brentford last 5 matches: D-L-L-D-L
Injury list - Rico Henry, Ivan Toney, Kevin Schade, Josh Dasilva, Shandon Baptiste, Mikel Damsgaard, Aaron Hicky, Ben Mee, Keane Lewis Potter, Mark Flekken and Ethan Pinnock.
Burnley's last 5 matches: D-L-L-W-L
Injury list - Jordan Beyer, Johann Berg Gudmundsson, Benson Manuel Hedilazio, Nathan Redmond, Ameen Al Dakhil, Hjalmar Ekdal and Michael Obafemi.
Bournemouth vs Wolves: 7:30 pm
Bournemouth have scored 2 points out of a possible 15 and will be looking to grab an important win at the Vitality Stadium. After a draw with Aston Villa and a win against Champions Manchester City in their last 2 matches, the Wolves will be coming confident in this match-up.
Bournemouth's last 5 matches: L-L-L-D-D
Injury list - Tyler Adams, Ryan Fredricks, Emiliano Hansen, Alex Scott, Lloyd Kelly and Philip Billings.
Wolves last 5 matches: L-L-D-W-D
injury list - Mario Lemina, Nelson Semedo, Jean Ricner Bellegarde, and Hugo Bueno.
Nottingham Forest vs Lutton Town: 7:30 pm
Lutton Town surprised everyone with an exceptional performance with current leader Spurs, although they couldn’t win but gave the fans some hope of why they play the top tier league in England. Nottingham Forest drew with Crystal Palace and would be coming on to prove the business they did in the transfer market.
Nottingham Forest's last 5 matches: W-D-L-D-D
Injury - Danilo, Nuno Tavares, Ola Aina, Taiwo Awoniyi, Moussa Niakhte, Serge Aurier, Filipe and Gonzalo Montiel.
Lutton Town's last 5 matches: L-D-W-L-L
Injury list - Sambi Lokonga, Dan Potts, Jordan Clark, Amari’i Bell, Gabriel Osho and Mads Anderson.
Manchester City vs Brighton: 7:30 pm
Title defender Manchester City has lost 2 matches back-to-back against Wolves and Arsenal respectively. It’s visible that Kevin de Bruyne is majorly missed due to his ball-playing abilities and no one has been able to replicate him at all. Meanwhile, Brighton has become an elite team altogether under Roberto di Zerbi and it’d be one of the best matches on the weekend.
Manchester City's last 5 matches: W-W-W-L-L
Injury list - Kevin de Bruyne and Rodri.
Brighton's last 5 matches: W-W-W-L-D
Injury list - Julio Enciso, Pervis Estupinan, Tariq Lamptey, James Milner, Kaoru Mitoma, Igor and Jakub Moder.
Newcastle vs Crystal Palace: 7:30 pm
8th place Newcastle play 9th placed Crystal Palace. With both teams running in good form, one can expect a good contest. It’s unsure if Sandro Tonali will be in the squad or not but there’s a doubt about who will be replacing him considering the injury crisis the black and white are dealing with.
Newcastle's last 5 matches: L-W-W-W-D
Injury list - Harvey Barns, Anthony Gordon, Joseph Willock, Sven Botman, Joelington, Alexander Isak and Lewis Miley.
Crystal Palace's last 5 matches: W-L-D-W-D
Injury list - Nathan Ferguson, Eberichi Eze, Michael Olise, Jeffery Schlupp, Jefferson Lerma, Naouirou Ahmada, Matheus Franca, Joel Ward, Cheick Doucoure, Jairo Riedewald and Dean Henderson.
Chelsea vs Arsenal: 10:00 pm
Arsenal are unbeaten in the league and are on the 2nd spot with high hopes of winning the title this time out. The team has dealt the pressure well and will face a stern test against a Chelsea side who have started to show some form with 2 wins in a row.
Chelsea's last 5 matches: L-D-L-W-W
injury list - Wesley Fofana, Christopher Nkunku, Ben Chilwell, Romeo Lavia, Armando Broja, Malo Gusto, Reece James, Cole Palmer, Marcus Bettinelli, Axel Disasi, Nicolas Jackson, Benoit Badiashile, Trevor Chalobah and Carney Chukuwuema
Arsenal's last 5 matches: W-W-D-W-W
Injury list - Bukayo Saka, William Saliba, Leandro Trossard and Jurrien Timber.
Sheffield United vs Manchester United: 12:30 am
Sheffield United has had the worst start of not just the English season but when compared to other teams from different leagues, then they are considered to have had the worst ever start till match day 8. They’ll be up against a Manchester United squad who themselves have shown lackluster displays a lot this season.
Sheffield United's last 5 matches: D-L-L-L-L
Injury list - Chris Basham, George Baldock, William Osula, Ben Osborn, John Egan, Rhys Davies, Tom Davies, Max Lowe and Daniel Jebbison.
Manchester United's last 5 matches: L-L-W-L-W
Injury list - Lisandro Martinez, Tyrell Malacia, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Kobbie Mainoo, Luke Shaw, Casemiro, Sergio Reguilon, Rafael Varane, Sofyan Amrbat, Johnny Evans, Jadon Sancho and Amad Diallo.
Aston Villa vs West Ham: 9:00 pm
Aston Villa have transformed well under Unai Emery. A good transfer window with new players settling in well with the team has them 10 points out of a maximum of 15 in their last 5 matches. West Ham sits 3 points below with a better goal difference and will look to even better it on Sunday.
Aston Villa's last 5 matches: L-W-W-W-D
injury list - Emiliano Buendia, Tyrone Mings, Alex Moreno, Timothy Iroegbunam, and Jacob Ramsey.
West Ham's last 5 matches: W-L-L-W-D
Injury list - Aaron Cresswell, Benjamin Johnson, and Lukasz Fabianski.
Tottenham vs Fulham: 12:30 am
Tottenham are on top of the table and it’s none other than their coach who has made a lot of this possible. With no Harry Kane, they don’t seem to have been affected much sir no losses recorded till now. Fulham are coming with a win in their bag and will hope to break Spurs unbeaten run.
Tottenham's last 5 matches: W-W-D-W-W
Injury list - Ivan Perisic, Manor Solomon, Ryan Sessegnon, Rodrigo Bentancur, Yves Bissouma, Brennon Johnson, Christian Romero and Alfie Malik Whiteman.
Fulham's last 5 matches: L-W-D-L-W
Injury list - Oluwatosin Adarabioyo, Adama Traore, Kenny Tete and Issa Diop
Premier League points table after Matchday 8
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