We believe that congratulations are in order as we preview the action in gameweek three of Premier League season.

Yes, there were great results for West Ham, Brighton, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham last time out as they maintained their 100% record in the 2021-22 league season. But there was also joy for each and every one of you who voted in our Twitter polls because you had the perfect weekend, going three from three to propel yourselves to the top of our season long table and, perhaps, more importantly ahead of our super computer.

Gameweek 1Gameweek2Season Percentage
Matt Furniss2 of 32 of 366.6%
Opta Analyst Community1 of 33 of 366.6%
Graham Bell1 of 33 of 366.6%
Qwinn Model1 of 32 of 350%
Andy Cooper1 of 32 of 350%
Jonny Whitmore1 of 32 of 350%
Jon Manuel1 of 333.3%
Ollie Hopkins1 of 31 of 333.3%
Kevin Chroust0 of 32 of 333.3%
Duncan Alexander1 of 333.3%

However, it’s a new week of match-ups in the Premier League and The Analyst Hat-Trick is back to look forward to the key action involving some of those clubs with perfect records. Both West Ham and Brighton have rarely started a season with three successive victories but they will be hoping to achieve that feat against Crystal Palace and Everton respectively. Meanwhile, Anfield will play host to the clash between Liverpool and Chelsea where Thomas Tuchel will be hoping to become just the fourth manager to record three consecutive victories over Jurgen Klopp.

All of those games will come with the insights you would expect from Opta Joe but we also have the win probability outcomes for each and every Premier League game this weekend.

Meanwhile, here’s the outcomes our contributors, the win probability model and you believe will happen in our three key games in gameweek 3 of the Premier League.

PredictionWest Ham v Crystal PalaceBrighton v EvertonLiverpool v Chelsea
Opta Analyst CommunityWest Ham Win (88.1%)Brighton Win/Draw (36.8%)Chelsea Win (38.6%)
Win Probability Super ComputerWest Ham Win (49.3%)Everton Win (35.7%)Liverpool Win (48.6%)
Ollie HopkinsWest Ham WinBrighton WinDraw
Matt FurnissWest Ham WinDrawChelsea Win
Kevin ChroustDrawDrawChelsea Win
Jonny WhitmoreWest Ham WinBrighton WinDraw
Duncan AlexanderDrawBrighton WinChelsea Win
Graham BellWest Ham WinDrawLiverpool Win
Andy CooperWest Ham WinDrawDraw
Jon ManuelWest Ham WinDrawDraw