Liverpool remains the only side with a 100% record.
In a surprising state of affairs, Crystal palace stunned Manchester United at Old Trafford, with a late Patrick van Aanholt goal giving the Eagles all three points. Chelsea managed to get the better of Norwich while Manchester City saw off Bournemouth.
Newcastle pulled off another surprise by beating Tottenham thanks to a solitary Joelinton goal. Liverpool had a comfortable outing against Arsenal winning with a 3-1 scoreline all courtesy to a Mohamed Salah brace.
Gameweek 3 Review- 34 points
It was a solid performance by the bench but a disappointing one by the starters. With strong performances by Tom Heaton(six points), Patrick van Aanholt(10 points) and Jamaal Lascelles(six points), the bench made a total of 24 points.
The starters made only a total of 34 points. Raul Jimenez(nine points) and Anthony Martial(five points) were the only commendable performers.
Captain Harry Kane got four points while Sadio Mane got three points. Joshua King, Bernardo Silva, Daniel Ceballos, Andrew Robertson, Erik Pieters and Hugo Lloris got 2 points each while Kyle Walker got one point.
Gameweek 4 Transfers
Hamza Choudhury is a possible candidate for replacement. Todd Cantwell is a good choice. The youngster has been in prime form for the Canaries. James Maddison’s current form also calls for scrutiny. The Leicester man can be brought in for Bernardo Silva who has been disappointing in terms of point returns.
However this week, no transfers are made.
Gameweek 4 Line-up
It is a crucial gameweek considering the upcoming international break
The formation is changed to a 4-3-3. Tom Heaton starts in goal ahead Hugo Lloris, who faces Arsenal at the Emirates. Andrew Robertson and Kyle Walker retain their starting positions, with Erik Pieters moving to the bench. Patrick van Aanholt and Jamaal Lascelles also join the duo in defense.
Anthony Martial has only a 75% chance of playing and therefore becomes the first substitute. In his stead, Daniel Ceballos, Bernardo Silva, and Sadio Mane monitor the midfield. Hamza Choudhury also moves to the bench.
In attack, Joshua King, Harry Kane, and Raul Jimenez start. Kyle Walker gets the captain’s arm-band for the week as City faces Graham Potter’s Brighton side. His teammate Bernardo Silva is made the vice-captain.
It is a test after the Anfield loss for Emery’s Arsenal as their rivals Spurs wait at the Emirates for a juicy clash. Chelsea take on newly-promoted Sheffield United while Burnley welcome Liverpool.
Manchester City and Brighton face off against each other while St. Mary’s eagerly awaiting Manchester United’s arrival to take on Southampton.