Don’t Move a Muscle


With these first three match weeks of the Premier League having been so unpredictable, very few assumptions can be made for the next thirty-five matches. West Ham beat Arsenal on the opening day before succumbing to Bournemouth at Upton Park, Chelsea dropped points against Swansea and Riyadh Mahrez looks set to exit these round of fixtures as the leagues top scorer.

The rare constants so far have been the two Manchester clubs and Leicester. The Foxes have looked quietly impressive in what is, in all likeliness, a small flirt with the Champions League places, and Manchester United have carried on as they left off last winter, trundling towards results with a solid defence and a wildly erratic strike-force. Worthy of note, Brendan Rodgers has made some smart, albeit expensive acquisitions in the summer, achieving six points out of six against admittedly weaker opposition. The match against Arsenal should give a…

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