Premier League Review: Matchweek Four

LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 31: Sheffield United players celebrate after their team's second goal, an own goal from Kurt Zouma of Chelsea during the Premier League match between Chelsea FC and Sheffield United at Stamford Bridge on August 31, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

Another weekend of Premier League action has been and gone, and certainly raised plenty of talking points. Watford finally registered their first point of the season; while Sheffield United came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Chelsea. Here is your Premier League review of Matchweek four.

Premier League Review: Matchweek Four

Sheffield United Take Advantage of Leaky Chelsea Defence

Frank Lampard is still waiting for his first home win as Chelsea manager as his side let a two goal lead slip at home to Sheffield United.

Chelsea took the lead in the 19th minute as Tammy Abraham latched onto a fumble by opposition goalkeeper Dean Henderson and made it 1-0 to the Blues.

Shortly before half-time Abraham registered his second goal of the game. Once more, it came from a mistake in the Blades defence as they failed to clear the ball, which fell to Tammy Abraham, who slotted past Henderson in goal. It was the first time in his professional career that he scored back-to-back brace’s.

However, it went downhill after half-time for Chelsea. Sheffield United began the second half with all guns blazing and made it 2-1 shortly after the restart. Callum Robinson diverted a low cross into the back of the net for his first goal of the season.

The visitors were persistent in their efforts for an equaliser and in the 89th minute it paid off. A cross from goalscorer Robinson was mistakenly put into the back of his own net by Kurt Zouma.

Thrilling North London Derby Ends a Stalemate

The North London derby always promises goals. This edition was no different, as Arsenal came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Tottenham.

Tottenham took the lead inside ten minutes, as Christian Eriksen latched onto a parried save from Arsenal ‘keeper Bernd Leno.

Five minutes before the interval and the visitors made it 2-0. Harry Kane hammered home from the penalty spot after Heung-min Son was brought down in the box by Granit Xhaka.

However, that was still not the end to a frantic first half. Summer arrival Nicolas Pepe found Alexandre Lacazette who emphatically fired past Hugo Lloris to finish the half.

The second half was dominated by Arsenal’s quest for an equaliser. That quest was completed in the 71st minute, as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang latched onto a looping long ball from Matteo Guendouzi.

How Did We Get On?

Each week we take a crack at predicting the results of each match. How did we get on this week? Actual results are shown in bold, whereas our predictions are shown in Italics.

Southampton 1-1 Manchester United – Southampton 1-2 Manchester United

Chelsea 2-2 Sheffield United – Chelsea 3-1 Sheffield United 

Crystal Palace 1-0 Aston VillaCrystal Palace 1-1 Aston Villa

Leicester City 3-1 Bournemouth – Leicester City 2-0 Bournemouth

Manchester City 4-0 Brighton & Hove Albion – Manchester City 5-0 Brighton

Newcastle United 1-1 Watford – Newcastle United 1-0 Watford

West Ham 2-0 Norwich City – West Ham 0-0 Norwich City 

Burnley 0-3 Liverpool – Burnley 2-1 Liverpool

Everton 3-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers – Everton 3-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Arsenal 2-2 Tottenham – Arsenal 2-2 Tottenham

Up Next

Unfortunately there is now a two week break until the next round of Premier League fixtures. However, Matchweek five commences on Saturday 14th September. All kick-offs are 3pm unless stated.

Liverpool v Newcastle – Saturday 14th September, 12:30 kick-off

Brighton & Hove Albion v Burnley

Manchester United v Leicester City

Sheffield United v Southampton

Tottenham v Crystal Palace

Wolves v Chelsea

Norwich v Manchester City – Saturday 14th September, 17:30 kick-off

Bourenmouth v Everton – Sunday 15th September, 14:00 kick-off

Watford v Arsenal – Sunday 15th September, 16:30 kick-off

Aston Villa v West Ham – Monday 16th September, 20:00 kick-off


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