Published: Sun, August 13, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Premier League Ones to Watch

Premier League Ones to Watch

The Red Devils take on West Ham United at Old Trafford in their Premier League opener on Sunday.

After spending millions in the window, will the likes of Man United and Man City display nearly ideal football, or will they fail to meet their silverware aspirations this season? After six months he can sign for another team and if you watched Sanchez towards the end of the season he was getting very frustrated. I think, if you read the French papers, Kylian Mbappé is how they will look to finish their transfer market. He has proved to be a deadly finisher in his Premier League career, needing just a sniff of a chance. What we had was midfielders, wingers, scoring, central defenders scoring goals at set pieces.

"We are in a position to do quality work better than we did in the first season, so I am convinced that our second season, in terms of the quality of our team, is going to be better".

Promoted Brighton & Hove Albion host Premier League title favourites Manchester City at the Amex Stadium on Saturday as they kick off their 2017/18 campaign.

"We were quite good a year ago on corners and I believe with a bit of work, we can get that out of the system". They are not anxious about the money because they aren't the ones getting it, ' the former Arsenal and England forward said.

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Premier League Ones to Watch

"We did it earlier, so we were lucky because now would be more expensive after what happened in the last weeks".

"Going forward, I don't think that there is anyone who can match us because we have so many attacking options and great players". We're happy. Victor [Lindelof], too, you can see his quality straight away.

Four of the last five fights, "Manchester City" won with a difference of more than one goal.

Leicester are winless against the North London club in their past 21 league meetings stretching back to November 1994 and Arsenal's run of 10 straight home victories over Craig Shakespeare's side is the longest for an English top-flight club at home. They have to play on the Thursdays, but the top seven are going to be in the four competitions, so no advantage for any one of us'.

"It's simple, in every game he is stronger since he joined us", Wenger said. He has done so for three clubs, including for the Seagulls in the League Cup in 2008 - the last time the two sides met.

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