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Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 3: Open Thread

 Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 3: Open Thread

Three Premier League matches today, and they should all be crackers.

Liverpool kicks off proceedings at 8:30am ET/1:30pm BST against Arsenal at Anfield in a match where both clubs have something to prove — Arsenal, to get their first goal of the season as well as their first win — while Liverpool needs to answer the critics who are blaming them for not signing a new striker on transfer deadline day. This one should be the match of the weekend.

At 11am ET/4pm BST, we have two matches to choose from (or you can watch them both simultaneously). The first is a match between two clubs that conjure up memories of a classic game from the 1996-97 season — between Southampton and Manchester United — when United wore gray shirts, but changed them at half-time because the players and manager thought they weren’t helping United. Watch the YouTube video here.

The second match is Newcastle United against Aston Villa, which should be a firecracker especially since Villa has so much to prove after two disappointing losses so far this season.

Before, during and after today’s Premier League matches, post your rants, raves, questions and observations in the comments section below.


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