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Following the international break, the Premier League witnessed some intriguing outcomes over the weekend. Once again, there were shifts at the top of the table, intensifying the already captivating title race involving Liverpool, Arsenal, and Manchester City.

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Looking ahead to this midweek, fans can anticipate more captivating fixtures as the campaign enters its crucial phase. Which games might produce unexpected results?

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1. West Ham vs Tottenham: Tottenham narrowly secured three points against relegation-threatened Luton Town last weekend, relying on a combination of luck and poor finishing. However, facing West Ham next poses a different challenge. David Moyes’ side squandered a 3-1 lead against Newcastle, and they’ll be eager to bounce back in front of their home crowd.

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2. Arsenal vs Luton: Arsenal narrowly defeated Luton Town with a last-minute winner from Declan Rice in the reverse fixture. Despite their commendable performance in a goalless draw against Manchester City, Mikel Arteta’s men might face fatigue after the international break. Luton Town, known for their thrilling encounters, could pose a significant challenge.

3. Manchester City vs Aston Villa: Manchester City hasn’t looked as dominant this season. Despite facing a resilient Arsenal last weekend, City failed to make a significant impact. Aston Villa, currently trailing just behind them in fourth place, are eyeing a top-four finish. Considering Villa’s recent 1-0 victory over City at Villa Park, this match promises to be intriguing.

4. Liverpool vs Sheffield Utd: Matches against teams like Sheffield United can prove to be tricky for Liverpool. Sheffield’s resilient display against Fulham, rallying from behind to secure a 3-1 victory, highlighted their determination. Chris Wilder’s side, fighting to retain their Premier League status, will pose a formidable challenge for Liverpool at Anfield. The Reds must remain vigilant to avoid an unexpected upset.

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