The fifth week of play in the Premier League took place after a two-week break for international matches and just before the initial round of group stage games in the UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Champions League, which both take place in the midweek. The upcoming flurry of activity will expose which teams are ready – and which teams are not. It didn’t look like Liverpool was quite ready this past Saturday, as they headed to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United. Normally a tilt between two of the titans of English soccer betting, this was definitely an underwhelming match as Man U rolled over Liverpool, 3-1. The Red Devils opened up a three-point advantage over the Reds in the Premier League table, and it looks like Man U will be more able to handle the toll of competing both internationally and in the league at the same time than Liverpool. When you have a dense schedule, your team needs quality from top to bottom and team chemistry. Along with Manchester City and Arsenal, Man U looks the most ready for the packed weeks ahead. Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Liverpool still look like they have some work to do.
Here is a look at some of the rest of the action around the league.
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