Futaa's build-up tp matchday 2 of the Premier League continues here and we've picked out five things to look out for in matches involving last season's top six.
Gunners look to click into gear ☄️
Arsenal wasn't at their fluent best on the opening day as they laboured to a 1-0 win over Newcastle but they should open up a bit more against Burnley this Saturday. The visitors notched an impressive 3-0 win against Southampton and will visit London with no fear, which could set us up for an open, attacking match.
Aguero isn't likely to stop scoring 🇦🇷
Although the Argentine missed a penalty against West Ham, he got a chance to retake it thanks to VAR and he slotted in a typically cool fashion. He's got the best minutes to goals ratio in Premier League history and will relish the challenge of Tottenham this Saturday.
Leicester will put Chelsea to the test 🦊 🔵
The mood in the Chelsea camp isn't great after their hammering at Old Trafford and a loss on penalties against Liverpool in the UEFA Super Cup. However, manager Lampard sounds defiant and bullish about his side's improvement in a short time, and they'll need to be much better if they are to get a result at home to Leicester.
Liverpool travel to "Liverpool academy"
The European Champions were taken all the way by Chelsea but they claimed the UEFA Super Cup final and a trophy is a trophy, no matter how you play on the day. Southampton started their season in horrible fashion with a 3-0 loss to Burnley. Whatever happens here, we expect goals to flow.
A chance for revenge as United travel to Wolves 🐺
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first test of the season was passed with flying colours, as they swotted Chelsea aside in a 4-0 win. An entirely different type of test awaits on Monday night as they travel to Wolves. United lost 2-1 at Molineux in the FA Cup in March and then again two weeks later in the Premier League by the same scoreline. Avoiding defeat here would be a sign of progress for Solskjaer.
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