Read How the Premier League could change this weekend

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Premier League football returns this weekend following a short break for the latest batch of international fixtures and there is plenty to keep an eye on.

The stand-out fixture is undoubtedly the clash between Manchester United and Liverpool at Old Trafford, where the Reds are looking to extend their 100% start to the campaign and heap further misery upon Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Remarkably, a defeat for United could leave the Red Devils second-bottom and in the relegation zone if results elsewhere also go against them – but they are not the only side who could see their situation change dramatically.

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It’s a similar story for Everton , who are already in the relegation zone, as they take on West Ham .

Marco Silva’s side could be as high as 12th if they win but could also finish the weekend in 19th.

Chelsea , currently fifth, could drop to 10th if they suffer defeat to Newcastle United , while Steve Bruce’s side could rise as high as ninth with a win.

Defending champions Manchester City could drop as low as sixth, while Crystal Palace could remarkably rise to second in the table if they beat Pep Guardiola ’s side and other results go their way.

Here, we have highlighted the highest and lowest position that every side in the Premier League could finish after the latest batch of matches.

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How the Premier League could change this weekend
Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin and West Ham United’s Pablo Zabaleta battle for the ball (Image: Daniel Hambury/PA Wire)
Premier League possibilities after match 9

Liverpool – 1st/1st

Manchester City – 2nd/6th

Arsenal – 2nd/7th

Leicester – 2nd/10th

Chelsea – 2nd/10th

Crystal Palace – 2nd/10th

Burnley – 3rd/14th

West Ham – 3rd/14th

Tottenham – 5th/15th

Bournemouth – 5th/15th

Wolves – 7th/17th

Manchester United – 7th/19th

Sheffield United – 7th/19th

Brighton – 7th/19th

Aston Villa – 9th/19th

Newcastle – 9th/19th

Southampton – 11th/19th

Everton – 12th/19th

Norwich City – 13th/20th

Watford – 19th/20th

SOURCE: DAILYPOST.CO.UK


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