Belgian beasts lead title charge for Manchester clubs

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"I see them win duels, they are so quick on the counter-attack, they have already convinced they can do it in that way".

"I did say at the start of the season that the title would end up in Manchester and the evidence so far supports that, but it's far too early for either club to get carried away".

Both 'keepers have conceded just twice, with David de Gea shipping two in United's 2-2 draw at Stoke.

Other activities at Premier League Live will include live screening of five EPL matches and local music acts and DJs.

Eric Bailly and Phil Jones has been Mourinho's preferred partnership, while City have typically gone with John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi.

English Premier League club chiefs are gathering in London today for what is being touted in some quarters as one of the most important meetings since the league's creation in 1992. I wonder if City can, defensively, be strong enough to make a real title challenge this year - that would be the only question for me.

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Manchester United manager José Mourinho admitted that it is unlikely that star striker Romelu Lukaku will get a break until the return of Zlatan Ibrahimović, as the Belgian continued his fine form in Saturday's 4-0 win over Crystal Palace.

Last season, even with Ibrahimović's impressive 17 Premier League goals in his debut season, United still drew 15 of their 38 league games. The latter was where, ironically, he scored a ideal hat-trick against Manchester United in Sir Alex Ferguson's last game in charge of the club in a 5-5 draw.

When your team is doing really well the last thing you need is for your players to be going off to far foreign lands where they aren't even under your control, just ask Pep Guardiola with Sergio Aguero last week. They are now averaging 0.66 goals a game. Man City dominated the most part of the game. "There is enough of a supply line for Jesus and Aguero to operate in the same team and score goals, which they will do".

In the four Premier League encounters that have taken place between these two teams, only seven goals have been scored - an average of 1.75 per game.

Goodman added: "Aguero is the best out-and-out striker in the world". If they come away from those games with four points then we will know they are here to stay.

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