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Premier League Matchday 6 Roundup

Last Updated on September 25, 2023 2:28 pm by Erwin Noguera

At the start of the Premier League, Manchester City seemed uncontested, as it added a new victory, this time by 2-0 against Nottingham Forest, and Guardiola’s team has yet to taste defeat.

On the other hand, Arsenal could not beat Tottenham at home, as they drew 2-2 at the Emirates, losing the possibility of being the escorts of the Citizens.

At Anfield Road, Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool did not miss the opportunity to climb to the second position, defeating West Ham and showing a fearsome offensive power.

This matchday brought happiness to Manchester United, who broke a streak of bad results with an away win over Burnley.  

Matchday 6 Games

Manchester City 2-0 Nottingham Forest

Crystal Palace 0-0 Fulham

Luton 1-1 Wolves

Brentford 1-3 Everton

Burnley 0-1 Manchester United

Chelsea 0-1 Aston Villa

Arsenal 2-2 Tottenham

Liverpool 3-1 West Ham

Brighton 3-1 Bournemouth

Sheffield 0-8 Newcastle

Premier League Matchday 6: Manchester City 2-0 Nottingham Forest


Saturday, September 23 at 10:00 am ET in the Etihad Stadium

Moneyline odds:

Manchester City -769

Nottingham Forest +1600 

Draw Offs: 


Where can I watch it?

Star+ and ESPN

The day began at the Etihad Stadium with Manchester City’s 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest, which was cemented by Phil Foden’s first goal after 45 passes and an assist from Kyle Walker.

The second conversion came after a pinpoint cross from Matheus Nunes that Erling Haaland converted for his eighth league goal of the season, keeping him at the top of the scoring charts. Rodri received a red card at the start of the second half for violent conduct, and City’s play dropped off and they were left to defend the result. The Sky-blues are top of the table with 18 points and remain on a perfect run of 16 goals scored and 3 conceded.

Forest dropped to 12th place with 7 points.

Premier League Matchday 6: Burnley 0-1 Manchester United


Saturday, September 23 at 3:00 pm ET in Turf Moor

Moneyline odds:

Burnley +333

Manchester United -136 

Draw Offs: 


Where can I watch it?

Star+ and ESPN

Manchester United needed a win to break their poor run of results in the Premier League and Champions League. They achieved it by beating Burnley 1-0 away. The only goal came with a long pass from defender Jonny Evans that captain Bruno Fernandes volleyed first time.

Thanks to this victory, the Red Devils ended a three-game losing streak and reached nine points in the league in ninth place, but still with a negative goal difference (-3).

Burnley, on the other hand, remains at the bottom of the table, with only 1 point, scoring 4 goals and conceding 13.

Premier League Matchday 6: Arsenal 2-2 Tottenham


Sunday, September 24 at 10:00 am ET in the Emirates Stadium

Moneyline odds:

Arsenal -142

Tottenham +320

Draw Offs: 


Where can I watch it?

Star+ and ESPN

In the North London derby, Arsenal and Tottenham drew 2-2 at the Emirates, despite the Gunners taking the lead after 26 minutes with an own goal by Cristian Romero. The Spurs responded at 42′ with a goal by Heung Min-Son, after an assist from James Maddison. 

Bukayo Saka scored the second from the penalty spot at 54′, but a minute later, Jorginho lost a ball at the start, Maddison set up Son, who scored with a cross-shot. Son is second on the goal scorer (5) table just behind Haaland.

Both teams are now on 14 points, four behind Manchester City, with 4 wins and 2 draws, but Tottenham has a better goal difference.

Premier League Matchday 6: Liverpool 3-1 West Ham


Thursday, September 21 at 8:00 pm ET in Anfield Road

Moneyline odds:

Liverpool -238

West Ham +550 

Draw Offs: 


Where can I watch it?

Star+ and ESPN

Jürgen Klopp’s team beat West Ham 3-1 at Anfield, a result they have achieved in their last three matches. Liverpool started winning after 16 minutes with a penalty scored by Mohamed Salah, however, the Hammers equalized at 42′ with Jarred Bowen’s dove over Virgil van Dijk’s mark.

But the Reds made sure of the win in the second half with a pass from Alexis Mac Allister to Darwin Núñez, who crossed the ball first time to inflate the net (60′). The third came in the 85th minute when Diogo Jota converted Van Dijk’s header on the line. Klopp’s side are second in the Premier League with 16 points, two behind City, while West Ham are seventh with 10.

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