Premier League: Three Matches To Keep An Eye Out For During Gameweek 9

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From Manchester United vs Liverpool to Arsenal vs Sheffield, we have compiled the top three Premier League games on Matchday 9. Read further to know more.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Matchday nine of the English Premier League is around the corner and fans across the globe cannot wait for the weekend to get started. Manchester United vs Liverpool is undoubtedly the game of the week but there are some other matches too which will play an important role in the long scheme of this season's Premier League. We have put together a list of three top matches in the Premier League which can affect the title race. Football is home once again!    

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Premier League: Top three matches to look out for over the weekend

Arsenal vs Sheffield United 

Arsenal are third in the Premier League and have an opportunity to cement their spot in the upper half of the table by pulling off a win against newly-promoted Sheffield United. French striker Alexandre Lacazette is back in full training and will be in contention to make the Premier League squad for the Sheffield United game. Will Unai Emery's side silence their haters once and for all this weekend? 

Crystal Palace vs Manchester City

Defending champions Manchester City currently trail table-toppers Liverpool by eight points. They face a tough challenge away from home in the form of Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace who have been decent in the Premier League thus far. Sergio Aguero and Co. will hope to bag all three points at Selhurst Park. Will City end up on the losing side and hand Liverpool the Premier League title so early in the season?

Manchester United vs Liverpool

All eyes will be on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as his Manchester United squad gear up to face Liverpool at Old Trafford. The inclusion of David De Gea and Paul Pogba is highly doubtful as United welcome back the likes of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Luke Shaw, and Anthony Martial. Jurgen Klopp will also welcome the return of first-choice keeper Alisson who could start his first match in the Premier League since he got injured on opening day. Will Jordan Henderson and Co. beat their rivals or will they suffer their first Premier League defeat of the season? 

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