The 2021-22 English Premier League begins its Matchday 4 commitments from Saturday. While Cristiano Ronaldo is all set to return for Manchester United, Leicester City would battle it out against Newcastle United.

From Saturday, Matchday 4 of the English Premier League 2021-22 begins. There would be a couple of headlining clashes as Leicester City takes on defending champion Manchester City.


In contrast, Manchester United's tie against Newcastle United would be headlined by the legendary return of the talisman of the former, Cristiano Ronaldo. On the same note, we present the preview of this matchday.

Crystal Palace looks to stop an unstoppable Tottenham Hotspur
Since the opening matchday, Tottenham has been on a roll, having won all three games so far and sitting atop the table. It would be playing away from home to take on fellow Londoner, Crystal Palace, on Saturday. While Spurs is expected to continue its winning run that would help it stay atop, a loss can quickly drop it near the ninth spot.

Arsenal expects its opening win against Norwich City
Arsenal has been off to a dreadful start to the season, losing its opening three games and sitting at the bottom of the table. Nevertheless, it is expected to recover hereon as it takes on newly-promoted Norwich City at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday. While the Gunners is a favourite to win this, a victory could help it rise to the 12th spot. However, a loss could mean the end of Mikel Arteta's stint as the club manager.

Cristiano Ronaldo to headline United-Newcastle clash
On Saturday, the ultimate headliner happens to be the clash between United and Newcastle at Old Trafford, as it marks the return of legendary former club talisman Ronaldo after 12 years. While the Red Devils is off to a decent start, it is expected to tame the Magpies convincingly. A win could place United atop the table, while a loss could push it down even to the 11th spot.

Can Leicester survive City's rampage?
In the second headliner of the matchday, Leicester would be hosting City on Saturday. Both the sides have been off to a mixed start and would be hoping for a win. However, with the Cityzens known for its destructive approach, seeing how the Foxes handle it would be crucial. A win for either could take it to the top spot, while a loss could drop either to the 12th spot.

Chelsea aims to rout Aston Villa
Chelsea is off to a good start as well in the season, placed fourth, aiming to tame 11th-placed Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. With The Blues being the clear favourite, a win is expected to take it to the top, while a loss could drop it to 11th.

Can Leeds United pull off an upset against Liverpool?
Liverpool is off to a decent start, too, and is placed fifth. Meanwhile, it travels to take on 15th-placed Leeds United, which has considerably struggled, unlike last season. While The Reds is the favourite to win this, The Peacocks can pull off an upset. Nonetheless, a win could take Liverpool to the top spot.


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