Premier league: 3 matches likely to have shocking results this weekend

The English Premier League (EPL) match-day 21 will take place this weekend.

Liverpool will host Chelsea on Saturday afternoon at Anfield, while Leicester City will tackle Brighton on Saturday evening.
Leeds United will face Brentford on Sunday at Elland Road, among other fixtures.

However, DAILY POST reports three matches where fans can see shocking results in the English top-flight league this weekend.
Crystal Palace vs Newcastle United: This EPL match will take place on Saturday evening at Selhurst Park Stadium.

Newcastle United currently sits in third position on the log with 38 points from 19 matches.
Palace is in the 12th position with 23 points from 19 games.
Patrick Vieira’s side has lost three out of their four last matches against Chelsea, Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.

But Palace could pull a surprise against Newcastle, who have won their last three games.
Arsenal vs Man United: This is the toughest fixture for this weekend.

Arsenal, who are the current leaders, will welcome Man United at the Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners are on top of the league with eight points ahead of Manchester City, who sits in second position.

Mikel Arteta’s side has won three out of their last four Premier League matches while Man United have won four and drew one of their last five Premier League games.
The Red Devils, who currently sit in third position, have been impressive in recent weeks and could shock Arsenal in front of their home fans on Sunday evening.

Man City vs Wolves: Man City will host Wolves on Sunday at Etihad Stadium.
Pep Guardiola’s side has lost one and won one of their last two Premier League games against Man United and Chelsea while Wolves have not lost in their last two Premier League fixtures against West Ham and Aston Villa.

The Citizens are currently in the second position on the log, while the Wolves sit in the 16th position.
Considering their latest last two games, the Wolves can shock Man City with at least a draw at Etihad.