England Premier League week 4 tickets, fixtures
EPL RESULTS WEEK 3: SCORES, TABLE, TOP SCORERS
Manchester United remain on top of the England Premier League after MatchWeek 3 going into their Week 4 game away against Stoke City at Britannia Stadium thanks to their third win in a row, this time a 2-0 clean sheet at Old Trafford against former EPL champs, Leicester City. Buy the best, 150% guaranteed Manchester United v Stoke City tickets now at LiveFootballTickets.com to watch the exciting clash of former Premier League and Champions League champions Man United as the Red Devils go for four wins in a row. In other Week 3 action, Jurgen Klopp’s titan side Liverpool destroyed Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal 4-0 at Anfield on Sunday to move within two points of Premier League leaders Man United, while north London's other titan club, Tottenham Hotspur, were held to a 1-1 draw with Burnley. Liverpool’s Sadio Mane drew level with Premier League top goal scorer Romelu Lukaku after notching his third of the season, joining Liverpool attacking partners Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Daniel Sturridge on the score sheet in the Reds trouncing of the Gunners. Reigning EPL champs Chelsea defeated Everton 2-0 to earn their second win in a row with to goals from Cesc Fabregas and Alvaro Morata, who has delighted fans by netting in back-to-back home games. At the Hawthorns, popular Peter Crouch took advantage of an error in defense to grab a point for Stoke City away at West Bromwich Albion, where the Baggies summer signing Jay Rodriguez scored the opener.
Read on for EPL Week 3 results, the latest top-flight standings on the EPL Table, upcoming Week 4 fixtures with links to buy great, cheap Premier League tickets, a recap of last weekend's football action in England, and a current updated list of the top scorers in the Premier League going into MatchWeek 4.
Premier League Week 4 Tickets
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Premier League Week 4 Schedule, Fixtures
Here is a list of EPL MatchWeek 4 fixtures with links to buy Premier League football tickets for the hottest clashes!
Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth
Brighton v West Bromwich Albion
Burnley v Crystal Palace
Everton v Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester City v Chelsea
Manchester City v Liverpool
Southampton v Watford
Stoke City v Manchester United
Swansea City v Newcastle United
West Ham United v Huddersfield Town
English Premier League Table with goal difference – Week 3
Following England Premier League Week 3 matches, going into Week 4, Man United are still in first place with 9 points after winning all of their EPL MatchWeek 1, 2, and 3 fixtures. Liverpool moved up to second place with 7 points and goal difference after soundly defeating giant club Arsenal joining Huddersfield Town, Manchester City, and West Brom who also have 7 points. Reigning Premier League champions, Chelsea, won their third match, and are currently sitting in 6th place with 6 points in the top third of the EPL 2017-18 Table after defeating Everton at home. The Spurs are in 9th after drawing with Burnley, Everton is in 12th, and Arsenal are down near the bottom in 16th. Watch the title battle at the top of the table live - sitting amongst other fans at the games. Buy the very best England Premier League tickets now securely online from LiveFootballTickets.com!
1. Manchester United - 9 (+10)
2. Liverpool - 7 (+5)
3. Huddersfield Town - 7 (+4)
4. Manchester City - 7 (+3)
5. West Bromwich Albion - 7 (+2)
6. Chelsea - 6 (+2)
7. Watford - 5 (+2)
8. Southampton - 5 (+1)
9. Tottenham Hotspur - 4 (+1)
10. Burnley - 4 (0)
11. Stoke City - 4 (0)
12. Everton - 4 (-1)
13. Swansea City - 4 (-2)
14. Newcastle United - 3 (0)
15. Leicester City - 3 (-1)
16. Arsenal - 3 (-4)
17. Brighton & Hove Albion - 1 (-4)
18. Bournemouth - 0 (-4)
19. Crystal Palace - 0 (-6)
20. West Ham United - 0 (-8)
Premier League Week 3 Results
AFC Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester City
Chelsea 2-0 Everton
Crystal Palace 0-2 Swansea City
Huddersfield Town 0-0 Southampton
Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal
Manchester United 2-0 Leicester City
Newcastle United 0-3 West Ham United
Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Burnley
Watford 0-0 Brighton
West Bromwich Albion 1-1 Stoke City
Premier League Week 3 Top Scorers (Goals)
Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku remains at the top of the EPL goal scorer standings joined by Sadio Mane, both with three goals. Here are the top 10 EPL goal scorers to date for the 2017-18 season going into Week 4.
Romelu Lukaku, Manchester United (3)
Sadio Mane, Liverpool (3)
Anthony Martial, Manchester United (2)
Javier Hernandez, West Ham United (2)
Steve Mounie, Huddersfield Town (2)
Marcos Alonso, Chelsea (2)
Jamie Vardy, Leicester City (2)
Shinji Okazaki, Leicester City (2)
Paul Pogba, Manchester United (2)
Alvaro Morata, Chelsea (2)
Premier League Week 3 Update
Five British Premier League teams qualified for the Champions League Group Stages: Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Liverpool. Scottish club Celtic also qualified for the elite tournament with opening games being played in September. Last season Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid beat Juventus 4-1 in June's Champions League final in Cardiff to lift the trophy for the 12th time - and for the third time in four seasons. Aiming to bring the UEFA Champions League trophy back to Britain, Tottenham Hotspur will face holders Real Madrid in the Champions League group stages. Spurs were drawn in Group H alongside the Spanish giants and German side Borussia Dortmund and Apoel of Cyprus. The draw pits the 2016-17 Premier League runners-up against Wales winger Gareth Bale, who left the Spurs for Real Madrid in 2013. Spurs begin at their temporary home stadium Wembley in London against Dortmund, before traveling to Cyprus and Spain. They then host Real Madrid and visit Germany before ending the group stage of the competition against Apoel.
Reigning Premier League champions Chelsea have been drawn to play Atletico Madrid, Roma, and Qarabag in Group C, starting their campaign at home against the Azerbaijan champions. Reigning Europa League champions Manchester United face Benfica, Basel and CSKA Moscow in Group A, with their first match at Old Trafford at home against the Swiss. Man United cross-town arch-rivals Manchester City, who finished third in the Premier League last season, will battle Shakhtar Donetsk, Napoli, and Feyenoord in Group F, starting against the Dutch champions.
Liverpool beat Hoffenheim in a play-off to secure their place in the draw in Monaco, will meet Spartak Moscow, Sevilla and Maribor in Group E, with the Spanish side visiting Anfield first. The group stages begin on 12-13 September. A total of six English clubs are contesting the group stage of a Champions League campaign for the first time. The last time six British teams qualified for the group stages was in 2007-08, when England sides Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Arsenal were joined by Scottish clubs Celtic and Rangers. The final saw Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United beat Avram Grant's Chelsea on penalties. Jurgen Klopp’s Champions League football is back at Anfield – and Klopp is happy. "We wanted a fast start and we have fulfilled our dream. It was fantastic,” said Klopp. "Playing Hoffenheim was the most difficult draw, alongside Napoli, we had two unbelievably hard games. We learned from the first game and adapted to a little change when they changed from five at the back to four at the back."
Premier League Week 3 Match Report
Manchester United 2-0 Leicester City
Man United goals: Marcus Rashford 70, Marouane Fellaini 82
Amazing Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea gets credit for another clean sheet as United added another win to their tally against the Foxes in Week 3 on a beautiful sunny evening in Manchester. United subs Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini wore Leicester’s formidable defense down in the last quarter after Kasper Schmeichel saved a Romelu Lukaku penalty. Manchester United fans agree, it could not get any better than this for Jose Mourinho’s side, who made it three wins out of three and who go into the upcoming international break sitting in first place above all the other Premier League title contenders. With a massive ten goals scored, none conceded, Man United are off to an amazing start on the road to glory this season!
After crushing victories against West Ham and Swansea, United went into the match fit and confident. The Foxes were also fit and confident and made United work incredibly hard. Leicester’s superstar goalie Kasper Schmeichel saved Romelu Lukaku’s penalty in the second half and the game was going away from United when Mourinho was able to bring on England international Marcus Rashford as a sub. Rashford won a corner, linking up well with Paul Pogba, the young hero was ready to score in the right place to volley in. Leicester’s hopes were broken when sub Marouane Fellaini, added a second goal, deflecting in Jesse Lingard’s cross with his hip. But remember that United also won their opening three games last term. “This is about the motivation of the team,” said Mourinho after the win. “I’m really happy, not for me, but for the players. We had games like this last season which we didn’t win, but we didn’t play many matches last season with the same level of control as we had today. Leicester were very dangerous against Arsenal, I watched the game three times and they were. Were they dangerous against us? No. We kept playing, we kept creating, we kept getting corners. We are playing well but I’m not getting carried away, it’s just three games.”
United started with a brilliant strong attack, going through Leicester’s back line with sharp, precise passing. Top Premier League goal scorer Lukaku was not able to score, nor was Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, or Anthony Martial. United spent £75 m on Lukaku knowing he is very dangerous and able to score goals. However, Lukaku was well-marked by Maguire and his center-back colleague Wes Morgan. When Leicester’s Danny Simpson made a mistake by sticking out an arm to block a cross inside the area, opening a penalty opportunity for Lukaku to break the deadlock, but an intuitive Schmeichel read which way he would put the penalty and made an amazing save. Mourinho then sent in Rashford and Fellaini. “It was not an intelligent substitution, they are just good players,” added Mourinho. “We knew we would have to frustrate coming here and for large parts of the game we did that really well,” said Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare. “But we knew they would have a moment and they took it.
Manchester United remain on fire in first place on top of the England Premier League with 9 points after EPL MatchWeek 3 going into Week 4 in the new 2017-18 season. Next Man Utd play away against Stoke – buy Stoke City v Manchester United tickets. LiveFootballTickets.com has the very best authentic, 150% guaranteed Manchester United tickets to watch the Red Devils compete in the Premier League and Champions League for sale now on their online football tickets marketplace at cheap prices!
Manchester United (4-2-3-1)
De Gea; Valencia, Bailly, Jones, Blind; Pogba, Matic; Mata, Mkhitaryan, Martial; Lukaku. Substitutes: Romero, Darmian, Smalling, Lingard, Herrera, Fellaini, Rashford
Schmeichel; Simpson, Morgan, Maguire, Fuchs; Ndidi, James; Mahrez, Okazaki, Albrighton; Vardy. Substitutes: Hamer, Chilwell, Amartey, King, Gray, Slimani, Iheanacho.
Referee Michael Oliver
Coming up in EPL week 4 …
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