Liverpool v Manchester City: Who has the better defence?

Liverpool v Manchester City: Who has the better defence?

Liverpool v Manchester City: Who has the better defence?

The Manchester United soap opera is showing no signs of stopping anytime soon. He needs time to adapt to the Premier League and to United.

Champions Manchester City are top on goal difference from Liverpool, while Manchester United's 3-1 loss away to West Ham raised fresh questions over the future of manager Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.

United are a big team, full of big players.

He was then reportedly admonished by Mourinho in front of his teammates for his poor form and was the only outfield player who travelled to London for the West Ham debacle left out of the matchday squad.

Can Chelsea sustain title challenge?

Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has reportedly told his friends that he is anxious with the current lackluster performance of the Premier League club. Chelsea nearly defeated Liverpool on Saturday.

Monday marks 22 years since Arsene Wenger took charge at Arsenal and the Frenchman's former team appear resurgent under his successor Unai Emery. They have won eight of their last nine such games since that defeat (D1).

Having netted in last weekend's win at Brighton, Kane struck twice as Tottenham eased to a 2-0 win at Huddersfield on Saturday. Fulham, Southampton and Brighton have just one each.

West Ham players celebrating their third goal with Mourinho close by. They need to play like it, starting tonight.

That's the view of former Premier League striker Dion Dublin, who has seen the Blues go unbeaten at the start of the Premier League season.

Ahead of the game at Old Trafford, Jose Mourinho has been speaking to the media at his pre-match press conference this afternoon and he's offered a full team news and injury update including the latest on Jesse Lingard, Ander Herrera, Ashley Young and Marcos Rojo. But his side's second-half performance against Fulham suggested Silva and Everton could belatedly be on the right track towards attaining the kind of status they understandably crave.

In the one Premier League match played on Monday (Tuesday NZ time), Bournemouth beat Crystal Palace 2-1 after Junior Stanislas scored an 87-minute victor.

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