EPL: Five topics to consider as Game Week 4 of the Premier League begins.

There are already a lot of things at stake in the English Premier League (EPL) as it enters Match Day 4 this weekend.

As the Premier League enters week four, Climaxtrend offers you five talking points.

1. Liverpool is the only team in the “big top six teams” of the Premier League that has not yet won a game after three games. This is surprising. With two points from three games, Jurgen Klopp’s team is currently 16th in the Premier League. In their first three matches against Fulham, Crystal Palace, and Manchester United, the Reds have drawn two and lost one. When Liverpool plays Bournemouth on Saturday at Anfield, they will be hoping to record their first victory of the season.

2. Casemiro, Man United’s newcomer, is the center of attention This weekend, Casemiro will make his Premier League debut for Manchester United. On Saturday afternoon, when Man United travels to Southampton in a Premier League match, Casemiro, who recently joined the Red Devils from Real Madrid, will hope to play for the team. The five-time UEFA Champions League champion Brazilian international is healthy for Saturday’s match against Southampton, according to Erik ten Hag, the Manchester United head coach, who made the announcement during the pre-game press conference on Friday. Man United supporters will undoubtedly be excited to watch their newest addition play for Ten Hag’s team at St. Mary’s Stadium.

3. Arsenal’s unblemished record thus far: The Gunners are still the only team in the English top division to have yet to lose and have also managed to draw every game. The team led by Mikel Arteta has won its first three Premier League games, defeating teams like Bournemouth, Leicester City, and Crystal Palace. The North London club currently leads the Premier League standings after three games and nine total points. When they host Fulham at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday night, Arteta’s team will look to build on their successful run.

 

4. Chelsea must overcome its most recent setback: Chelsea, who finished third in the Premier League standings last season, has not had a great start to this campaign. In their last three games against Everton, Tottenham, and Leeds United, Thomas Tuchel’s team has won one, drew one, and lost one. Chelsea has four points after three games and is currently ranked 12th in the Premier League. The Blues must defeat the Foxes to avenge their most recent loss when they play Leicester City on Saturday at Stamford Bridge.

 

5. Ronaldo’s hazy future at Manchester United

Ronaldo’s future at Manchester United is still up in the air as the summer transfer window approaches its conclusion in one week. All summer long, Ronaldo has been rumored to be leaving Manchester United. His playing time this season for Erik ten Hag’s team has also been impacted by the uncertainty surrounding his future at Old Trafford. Last Monday night’s 2-1 Premier League victory for Man United over Liverpool saw the Portugal captain sit on the sidelines. This week, Jorge Mendes, his agent, spoke with Napoli about a potential transfer. Ronaldo, who is fervently seeking to play in the Champions League, is still the subject of Mendes’ ongoing search for a solution. If Ronaldo leaves Manchester United before the transfer window closes in September is an open question. But the 37-year-old said on Thursday that he is focused ahead of the match against Southampton in a tweet.