D. KENNY PALLRAJ
Malaysia and Perak midfielder
MANCHESTER CITY 1 ARSENAL 2
THIS is going to be a challenging match for both gaffers because Mikel Arteta had worked with Pep Guardiola while he was at City. It would be interesting to see how they set up their teams for this game. Momentum-wise, Arsenal have the edge as City are a little shaky as they had lost to Leicester (5-2) and were held by Leeds (1-1) in their last two matches.
NEWCASTLE 3 MANCHESTER UNITED 4
Ex-international, former Harimau Muda coach
EVERTON 2 LIVERPOOL 1
The Mersey derby this year promises plenty of fireworks as Everton finally have the strength to go toe-to-toe against their mighty neighbours. The Toffees are the surprise leaders and their current form are better than Juergen Klopp's side, who were stunned 7-2 by Aston Villa two weeks ago. The signing of James Rodriguez is a masterstroke as Everton are now deadly in attack. Rodriguez has not only been scoring but he also provides the assists. Brazilian striker Richarlison has also been impressive this seasons. It's still early in the season and champions Liverpool will bounce back but not against Everton.
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