By Jon Essien
Chelsea and Liverpool will look to extend their 100 percent record in the Premier League when both teams lock horns at Anfield on Saturday.
The Reds have been able to ease their way back into domestic action, like Chelsea, they have recorded two wins from two games without conceding a goal.
While both teams will be aiming for the maximum points, current league leaders, West Ham will hope to continue their impressive start to the season when they welcome Crystal Palace to the London Stadium.
David Moyes’ men thrashed Leicester City 4-1 on Monday to go top of the table on goal difference.
Arsenal will somehow aim to record their first Premier League victory of the season at the third attempt when they make the journey to the Etihad to face champions, Manchester City this weekend.
The Gunners suffered back-to-back defeats to Brentford and Chelsea, capping off a woeful start to their campaign – results which have supposedly left Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal future in jeopardy.
However, Arsenal warmed up for this game with a comprehensive 6-0 thrashing of West Bromwich Albion in the EFL Cup.
For City, the focus will not be on Cristiano Ronaldo’s rumoured link after a slow start to their title ambition this season.
City suffered an opening-weekend defeat to Spurs, but responded in clinical fashion as they posted a 5-0 victory over Norwich City at the Etihad Stadium.
On Sunday, Manchester United will aim to get back to winning ways when they travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side had opened the new season with a 5-1 thrashing of Leeds United before being held to a 1-1 draw by Southampton, with Mason Greenwood cancelling out an own goal by Fred at St Mary’s.
However, Red Devils did introduce Jadon Sancho off the bench in that game, while Raphael Varane was an unused substitute.
Tottenham will host Watford in an early fixture and will bank on their influential skipper Harry Kane for inspiration. The England striker over the week revealed that he will remain at the club this summer amid interest from Man City.