Arsenal v Leicester City - Friday Night Football at the Emirates

Arsenal v Leicester City - Friday Night Football at the Emirates

The 2017/2018 Premier League season kicks off Friday with Arsenal hosting Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium.  The two former Premier League champions hope to grab the first three points of the season and get themselves to the top of the table early. Arsenal will be desperate to win the Premier League this year.  With Alexis Sanchez refusing to sign a new contract, it looks like the Chilean will play out the final year of his contract and sign for …
Are Manchester City Under-Staffed Up Front?

Are Manchester City Under-Staffed Up Front?

When you think Manchester City, you think rich. They are a club with almost unlimited resources and a burning desire to succeed at domestically, as well as in Europe, who also happen to be guided by a superstar manager.  Indeed, when you look at their squad it's clear that they are literally bursting at the seams with talent.  But all that talent is packed primarily in two areas – midfield and defense. If you are new to Premier League football and …
Iheanacho vs Rashford: Who is the deadliest?

Iheanacho vs Rashford: Who is the deadliest?

Marcus Rashford isn't the only star that has risen in recent months. The Manchester United forward may be grabbing all the headlines with his achievements but Kelechi Iheanacho is performing just as well on the other side of the city. Pep Guardiola's arrival at Manchester City must've been an exciting prospect for Iheanacho, who seems to have relished the opportunity to grow under the former Barcelona boss. He featured in City's opening Premier League clash of the season and was …
Sunderland Make Manchester City Sweat

Sunderland Make Manchester City Sweat

The big news of Pep Guardiola's imminent arrival at Manchester City seems to have had an indifferent impact on City's team. Sunderland are quite obdurate opponents and Sam Allardyce, as one would expect, has drilled it in to the Black Cats that home form is crucial if they are to survive in the Premier League. The match was quite fitful never really hitting any form of fluency. Pellegrini chose Jesus Navas's extra width and pace and it was Navas's deflected …