Newcastle United (BEST)
Alan Pardew’s side rank 1st in terms of form, boldly sitting in the 5th position in the league with an inspiring five wins in a row. Moreover, the Magpies have three clean sheets from their last four matches. They looked dreadful when the season began where many predicted a new caretaker is to arrive to rescue their season, yet the Newcastle boss and players proved that willpower and desire to clinch victories were the only way to shut critics. Next challenge is against West Ham United, where The Toon have won four and lost just one of their last eight Barclays Premier League visits to Upton Park.
Jose Mourinho’s men are still unbeaten after facing several big guns who were predicted to stop their sublime run of matches. The Blues have a 100% record at home with a big appetite strike force who just terrifies any defenders in the league. The table toppers travel to the Stadium of Light this weekend where their last visit saw ample of goals, The Blues grabbing a 3-4 triumph. With flourishing confidence and zero injury concern team, Chelsea can fairly eye an unbeaten streak this season.
Ronald Koeman’s magic will face a tough test this weekend as they welcome last season’s Premier League holders, Manchester City. Surprisingly The Saints allowed a goal in the previous match against Aston Villa, as they hold the most amount of clean sheets and least goals conceded. Unbeaten in their last five matches, they have good chances to prolong their fine form.
With talisman Sergio Aguero running riot in the top scorer chart, The Citizens are gradually climbing up the table. Two wins and a draw in their last three matches. Manuel Pellegrini’s side are currently 3rd in the league and can ditch of Southampton for the second place if they grab maximum points on Sunday.
Slow and steady, Louis Van Gaal’s men have now clinched the fourth Champions League spot and fifth in terms of form! After an unlucky defeat at the Etihad, Manchester United bounced with back to back win, most notably last weekend’s triumph at the Emirates. Next, Hull City where the Red Devils have won the last nine straight matches against them including all six meetings in the Barclays Premier League.The Red Devils have two easy home games upcoming as looks likely to grab maximum points to keep hold of the top four. Fantasy Premier League star Wayne Rooney is looking hunger as ever for more goals.
Aston Villa (Worst)
Paul Lambert’s side are struggling severely without a win in their last eight matches, losing five of it. The Villans are nowhere near how they blissfully began the season. This weekend, Aston Villa face Burnley who finally is finding a way out from the bottom three. The Villans’ away record at Turf Moor is even worse in the league alone where they have won none of their last 23 visits taking back to 1936.