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What to watch: Premier League streams for week of Oct. 25

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October 24, 2021, could be remembered as the day Manchester United lost its dignity.

Chants of “Ole must stay” and “Ole’s at the wheel” reverberated through Old Trafford on Sunday, but not from the Red Devils faithful – these were Liverpool fans' sarcastic pleas for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to remain United’s manager as the Reds smashed his club 5-0 in humiliating fashion.

To make matters worse, United is entering a stretch filled with difficult matchups in the next month and a half, beginning with a tilt against Spurs this weekend.

How will it play out? That, and more this week in the Premier League:

Tottenham vs. Man United

Saturday, Oct. 30 at 12:30PM ET | Live stream

Result: Tottenham (+200), Draw (+260), Man United (+125)

Goals: 2.5 — Over (-125), Under (+100)

Things can hardly get worse for Man United but they could if Spurs somehow replicate their 6-1 win over the Red Devils from last October.

United are 3-1-5 since beating Newcastle in Ronaldo's second debut with the club, despite having many favourable matches.

In the next month and a half, they face Tottenham, Man City, Chelsea and Arsenal in the Premier League and must reckon with Champions League showdowns with Atalanta and Villareal. Yikes.

Luckily, it's not like Spurs are firing on all cylinders either. A chance for a redeeming victory is there for the taking, United is even well favoured in the odds despite being on the road.

After losing the NLD at the end of September, Spurs bounced back with consecutive Premier League wins vs. Newcastle and Aston Villa, but the club suffered another setback with a 1-0 loss to West Ham on the weekend. They're currently sixth in the table, just one point ahead of United, Everton, Arsenal and Leicester.

The Red Devils also have the advantage of a full week off before the match, although it'll be agonizing to live one week with their latest match result. Spurs face Burnley in a midweek League Cup tie.

Leicester City vs. Arsenal

Saturday, Oct. 30 at 7:30AM ET | Live stream

Result: Leicester (+155), Draw (+250), Arsenal (+170)

Goals: 2.5 — Over (-110), Under (-110)

Both Leicester City and Arsenal have turned the corner on some early-season struggles and enter Saturday’s tilt hoping to continue their progression near the top of the Premier League table – where each club feels it belongs. As the odds suggest, the matchup should be well contested, with Leicester slightly favoured as the home side.

Though only ninth and 10th, respectively, both teams are just two points behind West Ham, who occupy the coveted fourth spot.

The Foxes kicked off a run of three straight victories with an impressive 4-2 defeat over Man United in Matchweek 8, although Liverpool’s demolition of the Red Devils might have you wondering why Leicester didn’t win by more.

Nevertheless, that momentum carried over into a 4-3 Europa League win over Spartak Moscow – in which 23-year-old off-season signing Patson Daka scored all four goals. And over the weekend, they dealt Brentford its third loss of the season with a 2-1 win.

Think that’s good form? Well, the Gunners are undefeated in their last seven – dating back to a 5-0 loss to Manchester City on Aug. 28.

Last time out, Arsenal put in a strong performance at the Emirates to defeat Aston Villa 3-1. The player of the match? Emile Smith Rowe with a goal and an assist. The 21-year-old No. 10 has been a catalyst for the Gunners for some weeks. With him and Bukayo Saka in the squad, Arsenal has some great foundational pieces to build towards a brighter future.

Newcastle vs. Chelsea

Saturday, Oct. 30 at 10:00AM ET | Live stream

Result: Newcastle (+800), Draw (+400), Chelsea (-300)

Goals: 2.5 — Over (-138), Under (+110)

Newcastle supporters can drop any hope of their club achieving its first Premier League win this upcoming week. It’s about as realistic as Kylian Mbappé transferring to Tyneside come January.

Chelsea is bowling through clubs with the force of a wrecking ball as of late. Since back-to-back losses to Man City and Juventus in September, the Blues have won four straight by a combined score of 15-1 – though that differential was bolstered by a 7-0 victory over Norwich City.

The current Premier League leaders are doing it with a complete team effort, too. They’ve conceded only three goals in nine Premier League matches and scored 23 (16 of which have been assisted) from 14 different goal scorers. Mason Mount got off the mark by smashing three home vs. Norwich.

Newcastle has received a boost with marksman Callum Wilson back in the squad, but just registering a couple shot attempts against Chelsea’s stone wall of a defence would be a success on Saturday for the 19th-place club. Not even the Magpies’ ridiculously rich owners can save them yet.

The best fans can hope is that Philippe Coutinho and some other stars can join Wilson and Allan Saint-Maximin in Newcastle’s next tilt vs. Chelsea on March 12. Maybe they’ll stand a chance by then.

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