28 September, 2012 - 14:46

The Saturday’s Premier League action: some questions to answer.

 The Saturday’s Premier League action: some questions to answer.

Top three matches this weekend in the Premier League.

Manchester United v Tottenham

Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas will face a harsh test, coming to Old Trafford this Saturday. The attacking force of the Reds with Wayne Rooney returning to the pitch looks impressive, and despite having problems in the defensive line as Nemanja Vidic fell out of the team for two weeks and Phil Jones and Chris Smalling staying at United medical facility, Sir Alex should be quite confident about the outcome of this battle. Interestingly, though, does he know that Tottenham have not won at Old Trafford since 1989?

Arsenal v Chelsea

The Premier League leader Chelsea will travel across London to the Emirates. Arsene Wenger’s team is still unbeaten in the League and after a draw with Manchester City 1-1 last week, the Gunners proved to be one of the title contenders. Chelsea embarked on the spending spree last summer and so far the new signings led the team to the top, yet whether Oscar and co. can create chances against Arsenal highly-disciplined defensive line remains an open question. Really, can they?

Fulham v Man City

Fulham’s decent start with nine points in five games makes their clash with Manchester City one of the most unpredictable games of the weekend. Remembering that in the midweek Roberto Mancini’s side was defeated in the Capital One Cup by Aston Villa, lost to Real Madrid in the Champions League and conceded 16 goals in eight games, one really wonders: can Mancini’s side bounce back?

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