Can anyone topple Manchester City this season?

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Arsenal players have trained so hard as they get ready for their first match the Premier League Champions and Unai Emery will be hoping that they don't disappoint him because he will be hoping to get a great start to his reign at the Emirates Stadium. "To know how they feel physically, mentally to try to give us a help".

That, Pep says, will drive our rivals on this season as they bid to catch us. The manager has to decide which way we play.

"Teams that actually wanted it more could hurt us".

"I came back on Monday so it was very hard for the legs and the stamina but we played very well".

"I'm going to enjoy this season". It's excellent. They are excellent human beings.

"But looking at the squad Jurgen Klopp has assembled, I will be amazed if Liverpool don't push them very, very close".

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Guardiola says key players Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling are both available to face Arsenal on Sunday, after returning to training on Monday following their respective runs to the World Cup semi-finals with Belgium and England.

The interior designers recruited into The Theatre of Dreams have obviously been more productive than chairman Ed Woodward this season in giving United a makeover, and the results are sure to make the rest of the Premier League green with envy, radiating class and sophistication.

Here's something you don't read every day; Jose Mourinho was full of praise for Luke Shaw following Manchester United's 2-1 win over Leicester City on Friday night.

By contrast, Liverpool are well-placed to hit the ground running ahead of Sunday's kick-off at home to West Ham as Virgil van Dijk, Keita and Fabinho missed out on the World Cup, while Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane bowed out at the group stage with Egypt and Senegal.

They have done so with David Beckham, Gary Neville, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and more recently with the likes of Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford, helping these players grow from youngsters into established internationals who are comfortable playing at the highest level.

However, Klopp has no worries about the 25-year-old making an instant impact. It's all good. He's settled really quick, as if he's been here longer than two weeks.