The Premier League resumes following the last international break of the year, with Leicester City sitting top of the league. Tottenham, Liverpool, and Southampton make up the top four, whilst West Brom, Burnley and Sheffield United occupy the relegation places.
Leeds United v Arsenal
Two sides who made a good start to their campaigns but have lately endured an inconsistent run of form, meet at Elland Road on Sunday afternoon, as Leeds United welcome Arsenal.
Leeds seemed to have got their season back on track when they produced a brilliant performance to win 3-0 at Aston Villa, thanks to a Patrick Bamford hat-trick. However, they have gone on to suffer two consecutive 4-1 defeats, against Leicester and Crystal Palace, and now sit just three spaces above the drop zone.
Arsenal have won four and lost four of their opening eight games, which shows how inconsistent they can be. Their home and away records match too, with two wins and two defeats both at the Emirates and on the road. They did win 1-0 at Old Trafford against Manchester United when they last played away but were beaten 3-0 at home by Aston Villa when last in action.
Liverpool v Leicester City
The standout game of the weekend sees current leaders, Leicester City, travel to Anfield to face current champions, Liverpool.
Liverpool are unbeaten in their last four Premier League games, which included a 1-1 draw at Manchester City when last seen. They have won their last two games at Anfield 2-1 against West Ham and Sheffield United and have won all four games at home this season. However, they have conceded a goal each time and are in the middle of an injury crisis with Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Virgil van Dijk, Mo Salah, and Jordan Henderson all ruled out with injury or illness.
The Foxes are on a run of three successive wins in the Premier League, which has included successes at Leeds and Arsenal. Jamie Vardy has found the net in each of those three wins and is being ably assisted by the form of Harvey Barnes and a returning James Maddison. Brendan Rodgers men can also boast the joint best defensive record in the EPL and will prove a tough nut to crack for the Reds.
Wolves v Southampton
Southampton go to Wolves on Monday night looking to maintain an excellent run of form that saw them briefly lead the Premier League.
Four wins and one draw from their last five games has seen the Saints climb in to the top four, a run that has seen included a 3-3 draw at Chelsea and 4-3 win at Aston Villa.
The hosts are in good form too, registering three wins, one draw and one defeat from their last five games. Wolves sit down in ninth but only three points off Southampton, but they are struggling for goals having scored just eight times from their opening eight games.
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