Premier League betting preview: Man City the title favourite

Clyde Nash
August 14, 2017

City played Manchester United in Houston, Texas last month and while United won 2-0, thanks to goals from Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford, plenty of fans were impressed by Foden.

The south coast club's last home game in the top flight was a 1-0 defeat by City on May 7 1983.

The focus may have been on Manchester last season, but the title went to the capital and the run-in was a battle between two London clubs.

"Because I don't think last season the players he had were the type of players that he wanted so you have to rebuild the team around his project and the way he wants to play - it's a tough job for him".

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"So we have to disregard most of it, because it's something that we can't affect".

"It is hard, I am struggling to see past Manchester City not winning the title as it stands", Jenas told Goal .

Afterwards the manager was predictably delighted with all the riches at his disposal and promised that City will "improve the way we attack" this season.

"Guardiola added: "And we ran a lot". With so much talent at his disposal, City's players know they have limited time to impress.

It remains to be seen if he comes on to make his Premier League debut today.

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"We did that last season too, but in the boxes we were not good".

"Anthony Knockaert seems to be one of Brighton's better players".

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says his squad will not need huge changes in the future accepting this summer spending will not be sustainable.

There are question marks over Chelsea which may only be answered by the end of the transfer window. Playing through the middle seemed the order of the day, rather than using the flanks, which seemed a waste of two high-quality and willing wing-backs; Walker looked especially keen to get forward.

Guardiola has spent over £200 million ($258 million) on new signings as the Spaniard aims to make amends for City's trophyless flop in his first season in charge.

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