The English premier league is set to return on Saturday and it looks like it has a lot of drama and series to unfold to us.

Below, I will be highlighting 3 English premier league big clubs that are likely to lose their games this week.

Chelsea

The Blues will be travelling to the east Midland as they attempt to pick a maximum three point. However, I the Leicester fixture will be a tough one for the West London club.

Leicester City has not won any of their last 2 games under Brendan Rodgers. This includes a 1-1 draw against Spartak Moscow in the UEFA Europa league and a 1-1 draw against Leeds last week. Leicester city has a good record against top clubs and will be boosted as top players like Wilfred Ndidi are likely to be fit.

Manchester United

Red Manchester club, Manchester United will be travelling to Vicarage road atHertfordshire on Sunday. Watford have failed to win a game in their last two matches under from Seria A manager, Claudio Ranieri. The manager will be seeking a win for his club and might have to begin his winning run by defeating Manchester United on Saturday. Manchester United will be without key players like Paul Pogba although it looks like Edison Cavani is likely to return. The Manchester United board may have failed the clubs fans as they have failed to part ways with Ole.

Arsenal FC

Having successfully climbed to the fifth position on the English premier league table despite losing to Brentford in their match week one, it looks like Arsenal are set to taste a defeat once again. The North London club will be playing against Liverpool at a fully packed Anfield. The away team will need to have a very good team and tactics before they even get a point.

What do you think about these teams?

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