West Ham United take on Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday in what is a meeting between fourth and first place.
So far this season, the Irons have managed to earn 10 points from four matches having drawn 1-1 at Bournemouth on the opening day, before earning superb 3-1 wins over both Chelsea and Brighton before narrowly defeating Luton Town 2-1 at Kenilworth Road thanks to goals from Jarrod Bowen and Kurt Zouma.
Manchester City will be looking to maintain their perfect start here, having won all of their opening four matches by 3-0, 1-0, 2-1 and 5-1 scorelines against Burnley, Newcastle United, Sheffield United and Fulham.
Manchester United will face a tricky test when they host Brighton & Hove Albion at Old Trafford on Saturday.
This game will be deemed as a must-win fixture by Erik ten Hag with the Red Devils only winning two of their opening four matches for a second season running. The Old Trafford club have managed to beat both Wolves 1-0 and Nottingham Forest 3-2 at home, however, they have suffered 2-0 and 3-1 away losses to Tottenham and Arsenal.
Brighton are three points better off with their 3-1 loss to West Ham United being the only blot on Roberto De Zerbi’s side’s copybook, having thrashed Luton and Wolves by 4-1 scorelines, before beating Newcastle United 3-1 just before the international break as Evan Ferguson scored a stunning hat-trick.
PSV will be hoping to maintain their perfect start to the Dutch Eredivisie season when they face off against NEC at Philips Stadium.
The home side have won four of their last five matches across all competitions, having beaten Sturm Graz and Vitesse by 3-1 scorelines before thrashing Rangers 7-3 on aggregate following a 2-2 away draw before an emphatic 5-1 win on home solid. PSV’s last match resulted in a 4-0 away win at RKC Waalwijk.
NEC started their campaign off in poor form, having suffered 4-3 and 2-1 losses to Excelsior and Heracles before thrashing RKC Waalwijk 3-0 and drawing 1-1 away at Sparta Rotterdam.
Dutch champions Feyenoord will be looking to improve on their slightly slow start to the season when they go up against Heerenveen at De Kuip on Saturday.
Arne Slot’s men started the season off with 0-0 and 2-2 draws against Fortuna Sittard and Sparta Rotterdam before going on to earn emphatic 6-1 and 5-1 victories over Almere City and Utrecht. Noticeably, Mexican forward Santiago Gimenez has managed to bag five goals across his last three matches for Feyenoord.
Heerenveen’s season began in good fashion, having beaten RKC Waalwijk 3-1 and Utrecht 2-0, however, since these victories, they have gone on to suffer 3-1 and 3-2 losses to the likes of Sparta Rotterdam and Go Ahead Eagles.
The final game on this Smart Acca sees Wrexham go head to head with Grimsby Town at the Racecourse Ground in a meeting of seventh and 12th in League Two.
Wrexham have managed to go on a three-game winning run of late, having beaten Doncaster Rovers 2-1 and Tranmere Rovers 1-0 on either side of a 1-0 victory over Newcastle United’s Under 21s in the EFL Trophy. Prior to this, they had been beaten 4-3 on penalties by Bradford City in the League Cup after a 1-1 draw and could only manage a 1-1 draw with Barrow AFC at Holker Street.
Grimsby have managed to win just one of their last five matches, doing so against top-of-the-table Gillingham by a 2-0 scoreline at Blundell Park. Since then, they have gone on to be beaten 2-0 by Barnsley in the League Cup while earning a point in a 1-1 draw with Bradford City at Valley Parade. In the run-up to the aforementioned results, the Mariners had drawn 2-2 with Manchester City’s Under 21s in the EFL Trophy before losing out on penalties, while also drawing 1-1 away at Walsall.
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