5 things to watch out in this weekend's Premier League fixture
- Author: Stacy Allen Aug 26, 2018,
Aug 26, 2018, 4:08
"They didn't win the league past year and I think they've got that hunger in their belly and any team with hunger in their belly and something to prove - they're chasing that first title for God knows how long - and I think that hunger will get them over the line". Dominating the ball against the rampant Premier League champions seems unlikely, so, with chances at a premium, the emphasis on capitalising will be even greater. Manchester City only made one major signing in the shape of Riyad Mahrez for the simple reason being that was all they really needed. The most common one being the DSTV on SuperSport 3 the official Premier League channel.
Mourinho insisted ahead of the trip to Brighton that there is no issue between himself and the player, but question marks remain over Pogba's long-term future at the club he rejoined from Juventus in 2016. Just try to beat them in those two games and then beat the others as often as possible. They had a very good season in the Championship previous year where they showed excellent form throughout the season winning a lot of matches.
"I wouldn't necessarily say it's a free hit against Man City".
City heads into this game having won their last four games in the English top-flight, while also scoring at least two goals in three of the four matches. Come on, it's the second game of the season!
His Arsenal side faced West Ham, who are also pointless despite a near £100-million investment in nine new players, and the Hammers went in front thanks to Marco Arnautovic's fine long-range strike.
The home side has picked up just one point from their opening two top-flight games, despite taking the Championship by storm last season. The first match against Everton saw them come from behind twice to secure a 2-2 draw. Manchester City has had a very impressive start.
There has never been any doubt about the talent that Martial possesses but in recent times he has appeared to be at odds with his Portuguese manager, who has often favored the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Marcus Rashford and Romelu Lukaku for inclusion over him. This is something Wolves should be anxious about as Man City are continuously growing in confidence and picking up from where they left last season. Stay with us throughout the day here on mancity.com as we continue our build up to Saturday's game with Wolves.
Should he end up burning another bridge, you get the feeling that there are not many clubs that will be willing to take a gamble on his services.