EPL: Players Return to Matchweek 8

Matchday 8 of the English Premier League kicks off on Saturday after two weeks of international break. Dawning their national colors, players had the chance to continue their good form or take a breather from the demands of the league. All that is water on the bridge now as they must once again turn their focus to the EPL. Fans in the U.S. will have another very early morning on their hands if they are to catch the games live, but they will be taking stock of the latest news and pre-game info on https://us-online-casino.us/pala-casino-promo-code.

Last we saw of the lads in the EPL, Liverpool and Manchester City played their hearts out in a 2-2 draw that saw Sala score a classic. Fellow contender and rival Manchester United could not overcome Everton with Ole Gunnar Solksjaer drawing all the negative attention for benching Ronaldo. The Portuguese talisman has been in sizzling form since making his return to the club, and it was a head-scratcher to see him sit out such an important game. In the London derby, Arsenal demolished a struggling Tottenham who can get nothing out of striker Harry Kane at the moment.

This weekend kicks off at Vicarage Road as Xisco and his men welcome high-flying Liverpool. Mohammed Salah and the whole Liverpool frontline have been on fire this season, and Watford will have their hands full trying to contain whichever trio Jurgen Klopp may throw at them. Xisco's men could not hold their water against Leeds before the break, but will look to take advantage of leftover fatigue from the international break to press Liverpool. Next up will be Aston Villa against Wolves. Wolves are riding a two-match winning streak powered by a returning Jimenez. Aston Villa lost to Tottenham last time out but have shown that they can hold their own this season when they took down Everton and Manchester United in consecutive matches.

Speaking of the Red Devils, everyone will be eager to see what rabbit Solksjaer pulls from his hat this time. United will face a Leicester team that can score goals and has Jamie Vardy finding the net again. Cristiano Ronaldo edged off a little after his impactful return to the club where his legend took off. It will be interesting to see who Ole pairs him with in attack. League leaders Chelsea will be away to face a pesky Brentford team that has been impressive so far. Beating West Ham must have put a battery in the back of Brentford, who will look to take advantage of a possible Lukaku absence. The Belgian left the national team early because of an injury concern.

Expect another action-packed weekend in the EPL.

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