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Everton vs Liverpool
Everton has started the 2020-21 Premier League season on an excellent and arrive into Week 5 of the calendar with a perfect record of 12 points, having scored 12 goals, conceding just five, and featuring two of the most exciting players in the league in Dominic Calvert-Lewin and James Rodriguez. Everton’s biggest strength lies in their attack, as they’ve scored at least four goals in two of their last three matches. They’ll face Liverpool, the reigning EPL champions, in a new edition of the Merseyside Derby, though The Reds are far from the dominant team they were last season -- they’ve gone W3, L1 so far but have conceded 11 goals already. Everton (+303) has been one of the most surprising teams during the beginning of the 2020-21 Premier League season, and they’ve had the look of a title contender at times -- although it remains to be seen whether they’ll be able to hold onto that kind of form. Liverpool (-115) are favorites for this game due to the strength of their squad, but they’ve been heavily depleted by injuries and are struggling defensively after conceding seven goals against Aston Villa. Based on current form, team news, and home-field advantage, Everton might have what it takes to pull the upset and secure the three points in a new edition of the Merseyside Derby.
Manchester City vs Arsenal
Manchester City and Arsenal will face each other Saturday at Etihad Stadium in a thrilling matchup between two of the biggest teams in the Premier League, but these two giants are trending in opposite directions -- while Arsenal has won three of their first four league matches, The Citizens have posted a W1, D1, L1 record while conceding seven goals in just three matches. Pep Guardiola isn’t happy about the team’s performances, and it remains to be seen whether they took advantage of the international break to tighten things up at the back. Manchester City (-203) start as favorites according to the bookies, but The Citizens have shown major problems on the defensive side of the ball and teams have not been afraid to attack them, putting too much pressure on their attack to succeed. This could be an issue against an Arsenal (+531) squad that has one of the most talented attacking trios in the Premier League, headlined by star forwards Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette. This game might be a case of which team will defend better and, with that in mind, a draw (+406) seems like the most likely outcome. However, The Citizens might be able to keep the three points at home if they’ve found a way to fix their defensive woes.
Leicester City vs Aston Villa
Leicester City has three wins and a defeat in their first four matches of the 2020-21 Premier League season, but they have looked like one of the top teams in the league to date. The same could be said about Aston Villa, however, as The Villains have won their first three league contests while scoring 11 goals and conceding just two. Undoubtedly, these two sides have been playing above their respective pre-season expectations. Aston Villa (+314) start this game as underdogs according to the market, but they shouldn’t be taken for granted here. In what will be a match between two of the most surprising teams in the current Premier League season, Leicester City (-107) have the edge since they’ll be playing at home, but Aston Villa has what it takes to pull the upset and should have their spirits quite high following their most recent Premier League match when they scored seven goals against the reigning champions, Liverpool. As such, a draw (+283) seems to be the most likely outcome between these two well-balanced teams.
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