EPL Week 7 Preview:Jordan Ayew loses starting place to Gestede

Jordan-Ayew1-615x330The 7th week of the 2015/16 EPL season await teeming fans this weekend. The regular tittle contenders in Manchester are doing what is expected of them, come to London and Westham is the highest rated club on the league log.

Leicester City Vs Arsenal – 14:00GMT

The surprise package of the early season will welcome Arsenal to the King Power Stadium. Leicester who have 2 Ghanaians on their roster remain the only unbeaten side in England this season.Schlupp has been a main stay in their premiership 1st XI and he is expected to keep his place against Arsenal having rested in their midweek league cup win over Westham United, a game another Ghanaian born, Joe Dodoo scored the opener. Will Leicester preserve their unbeaten record going into their biggest test yet?

 Liverpool Vs Aston Villa – 14:00GMT

Under fire Liverpool coach Brendan Rodgers faces Aston Villa in a bid to get Liverpool back to winning ways having failed to record a premier league since defeating AFC Bournemouth in week 2. Aston Villa themselve are not doing any better failing to record a win since the opening day of the season when they won away at Bournemouth.  Ghana’s Jordan Ayew is expected to start from the bench after losing the starting berth to Gestede.

Stoke City Vs AFC Bournemouth
Christain Atsu Twasam made his Bournemouth debut in the midweek, lasting 80 minutes in the Cherries League Cup win to set up a tie against Liverpool.The Ghanaian winger will hope his performance was good enough to have convinced manager Eddie Howe to consider him for selection in Saturday’s against Stoke City.Stoke are struggling this season and are among the three clubs without a win. Will Atsu get the chance to make his 1st EPL appearance this season?

Southampton Vs Swansea
Swansea City after impressing in earlier part of the season have started struggling and have gone 3 games without a goal in all competition not to talk of a win.

Andre Ayew and his team mates need to get their scoring touch back if they want to keep their Europe dream alive.

They travel to St Mary as guest to Southampton who themselves are struggling with only a single win in 6 games.

Both clubs love to attack on their day but that is no guarantee to see goals in the game going by last week’s results when a game involving this same Swansea and an attack minded failed to produce any goal.

source: citifmonline.com