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3 Premier League Teams That Could Lose Their next game

This weekend's EPL Week 12 matches will be held at several locations. All of the big teams will be in action, including Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, and West Ham

A total of 25 points separates Chelsea from Liverpool, Manchester City, and West Ham at the top of the standings. We anticipate to see Norwich City, Burnley, and Southampton shock their opponents in the early stages of the season. 

Nonetheless, we hope that some teams can maintain their current level of play. Due to the level of competition they'll face, we anticipate that some teams will still suffer defeat. We'll focus on only five of them in today's post. 

1. Man United Vs Man City

In the past, this type of game was referred to as a derby match, but these days it's the other way around. Even an elderly grandmother can foretell the outcome of the encounter because of the vast distance between the two places. 

In terms of performance and strategy, United is a long way behind their rivals. 

2. West Ham Vs Liverpool

West Ham United has shown how mature they have become so far with just two points separating the two teams. David Moyes's Liverpool side, on the other hand, is in good shape. 

However, we anticipate a turf battle and believe that West Ham may shock Liverpool and take the match by surprise. Because of this, we predict that West Ham will win. 

3. Everton Vs Tottenham

Even though Tottenham has a one-point advantage over Everton, the two teams have been unable to make meaningful progress in recent weeks. Antonio Conte has replaced dismissed manager Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham, who are hoping to win their first league encounter since the appointment. As a result of Tottenham's recent form and the influence of manager Antonio Conte, we believe the match is a close one but think Spurs can win it.

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