WHAT WE EXPECT FROM PREMIER LEAGUE GAMES (WEEK 2)

THINGS TO EXPECT FROM PREMIER LEAGUE GAMES (WEEK 2)

For the first time in two decades, the London derby between Chelsea and Arsenal will have new managers in both dugouts, Maurizio Sarri and Unai Emery.

Kevin De Bruyne is expected to be sidelined for an unspecified number of weeks. Can his absence affect Manchester City’s free-flowing brand of football? On the evidence of what we saw last week, not that we think.

Will Harry Kane break his August hoodoo against Fulham at the Wembley Stadium? It will be disappointing if highly-rated Spanish goalkeeper Fabricio becomes the first in league history to concede in this month against the English forward.

Manchester United should have revenge at the back of their behind as they travel to face Brighton and Hove. We don’t expect a repeat of last season’s humiliating away loss at the Amex Stadium.

Monday night football should be very lit at Selhurst Park when Liverpool come calling against hosts, Crystal Palace.

Wilfred Ndidi put on a solid display for Leicester City against Manchester United in the opening game of the season, and we can count on the top tackler to extend his fine form on Saturday.

Victor Moses retired from international football on Wednesday, stating amongst other things a need to focus on his club career. Sadly, we don’t expect Moses to make the Chelsea starting line-up, as he appears way down the pecking order, and only ahead of Callum Hudson-Odoi.