The Premier League returns after the almost two-week international break as interesting matches will hold this weekend.
Despite being at the early stages of the new season, the EPL have started on an exciting note as teams and stars have emerged.
So far, only four teams have won all their four opening matches and one of the perfect run could be altered in week 5 matches.
Here are the 5 things to expect in the Premier League this weekend
1. First litmus test for Liverpool
The high flying Jurgen Klopp's side have been unforgiving in front of goal this season scoring nine and conceding just one.
However, playing against Mauricio Pochetinno's Tottenham will give Liverpool a stern test to their title credentials title this campaign.
The match between both sides have always been a blockbuster and the two attacking sides will surely produce goals.
2. Mourinho set to end Watford's perfect start
Watford have been one of the surprise teams of the new season earning maximum points in four matches on the bounce.
Jose Mourinho's visit to Vicarage Road last season ended in a 4-2 victory as the under pressure manager will be hoping to repeat the feat this weekend.
But the Hornets stunned visiting Tottenham in their last fixture at their home ground, coming from behind to win 2-1 which means a tough match is expected.
3. Battle of the rich clubs between Fulham and Man City
Both clubs are owned by the business moguls from the Middle East and they have spent judiciously on their teams this term.
Newly-promoted side Fulham will be guests to defending champions Manchester City at the Etihad.
The Craven Cottage side have spent over £100million in new signings in the summer and they are expected to give the Citizens a run for their money.
4. Sarri expected to continue his easy ride in the league
Chelsea will be welcoming Cardiff City to Stamford Bridge as they will be looking to continue their perfect start of the season.
New boys Cardiff are one of five teams in the league who are yet to win a match scoring just two goals and letting in five.
5. West Ham seek first victory in five matches
Manuel Pellegrini's side have been the worst team so far in the new season after losing all of their four opening matches.
The Hammers were on spending spree in the summer but they are yet to get the result they need as they travel to Goodison Park to face Everton.
The Toffees are one of the unbeaten sides this season but their star man Richarlison will not be available because of suspension.
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