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Liverpool absorbed their third defeat in five Premier League games as West Ham United capitalized on the Reds’ defensive inadequacies to hammer out a 3-1 victory. Thus, winning against Everton on September 27, 19:45 (GMT+8) is needed, if Liverpool want to remain as one of the contenders for the title. In their recent Merseyside Derby, Liverpool won 4-0 against Everton. Can Liverpool find their form and render Everton scoreless one more time?
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur square-off at the Emirates Stadium on September 28, 00:30 (GMT). Arsène Wenger's side will be looking to continue their winning ways, following their 0-3 victory at Aston Villa, thanks to Mesut Ozil's magic in the middle, which helped in silencing his critics. The Gunners’ visitor enter the game coming off a 0-1 loss to West Bromwich in the Premier League. Tottenham have not defeated Arsenal the past three games.
League-leading side Chelsea head back home to play Aston Villa on September 27, 22:00(GMT+8) after a 1-1 draw match with defending English Premier League champion Manchester City, the Sky Blues finding a saviour in former Chelsea star Frank Lampard. Paul Lambert's Aston Villa currently sit three points behind Chelsea after five games. Can Aston Villa deal Jose Mourinho's side its first loss of the 2014-15 Premier League season and tarnish the 4-1-0 slate of Chelsea?
Louis van Gaal has been criticised at the beginning of the season for using a back three, so the manager used four against newly promoted Leicester City, but still, Manchester United let in five goals (5-3). How will Van Gaal line up his squad when they host West Ham United on September 27, 22:00 (GMT+8)? Can Man United maintain their unbeaten run of seven games at Old Trafford against West Ham?
Despite playing with just ten men in the remaining 24 minutes, defending champions Manchester City still managed to deny their visitors the three points as former Chelsea all-time top scorer Frank Lampard scored a late goal for a 1-1 draw. It was City's second draw of the season, and now, they are looking to outclass Hull City on September 27, 22:00 (GMT+8) to inch closer towards the top of the table.