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EPL: Two Big Teams That Might Go Unbeaten This October Given Their Run of Fixtures

Following series of feisty games, the English Premier league has continued in its tradition of providing supporters with plenty of excitements and talking points. Teams who began poorly are now getting back on track while those who had bright starts are seeing one struggle or the other. 

With 70 matches played so far, they are still 310 more to come and 30 of them will take place this month. However, given the run of fixtures, here are a couple of big teams that might go unbeaten in October

1- Chelsea

After already playing the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspurs and Manchester City, the European Champions are now set for less difficult games this month. They already took care of Southampton, and will now travel to Brentford before hosting Norwich City and then make another trip to St James Park to face Newcastle United. Considering their superiority to these teams, it is anticipated that they will come out top in their October fixtures.

2- Manchester City

Like Chelsea, the Citizens have played every team in the big six except for Manchester United. Following their draw with Liverpool, the Premier league Champions will now host Burnley and then a trip to Brighton before welcoming Crystal Palace to the Etihad on October 30th. Under normal circumstance, City will be expected to cruise pass these teams, thus increasing their chances of ending the month undefeated.

Other than Chelsea and Manchester City, they will be stern tests for the other big teams especially Manchester United who will face Leicester City, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspurs this month. While Arsenal will have one difficult trip to the King Power Stadium and that's why their chances of going undefeated is not as high as that of the Blues and the Citizens.

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