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2 Teams That Could Win Their Games Today {Opinion}

Thomas Tuchel will be relieved to have no fitness concerns ahead of this match, with a fully injury-free squad to choose from. However, Ben Chilwell, who suffered an ACL injury in the win over Juventus in the UCL, could be out for several months, with N'Golo Kante also suffering a knee injury in the same game.

Manchester United news.

With the exception of the long-term absentees and Harry Maguire's red card, the Manchester United squad is fully prepared for this match, and manager Jose Mourinho has no major fitness concerns ahead of this match against Leicester City.

Brentford News.

Despite the fact that both of their highly-anticipated games last season ended in stalemates, we believe history may be on the Red Devils' side, as they are unbeaten in their last seven Premier League meetings with Chelsea, keeping clean sheets in each of their last four meetings with Chelsea.

2. Brentford vs. Everton

Brentford news.

Because of injury, Brentford will be without several key players, including Josh Dasilva, Julian Jeanvier, Kristoffer Ajer, and David Raya. Mathias Jorgensen is also expected to miss out on the match against Southampton.

Everton news.

Due to the absence of several key players, Benitez will be hoping that his midfielders will be able to prove themselves fit in time for the match against Brentford.


This should be a very open and entertaining football game, with both teams having a realistic chance to score goals.

Even though Everton is at a disadvantage due to a large number of absentees, we believe the visitors will have enough quality to take home a share of the spoils in this match.

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