Premier League: 10 things to look for in football this weekend

1) The lack of Kloppes signatures could pay off for Liverpool

The value of success is the fear of following it, including failure, and a section of Liverpool fans are hesitant about the lack of new staff. Costas Simicus as the only arrival of the summer and as a back-up for Andy Robertson. There’s also Takumi Minamino, who signed in January, who will have to make cameo rolls during last season’s run-in. The fact that Ryan Brewster and Harry Wilson are guilty of selling also indicates that Jurgen Klopp is parsing youngsters who he thinks will be able to further his young team. Simikas and Minamino have offered এবং 21 million between them and football finance guru Swiss Radamle Liverpool. Persimmon costs increase down. Fans are keen to refresh Thiago Alsantara midfield but the deal is by no means guaranteed. Does this point to a weak Liverpool? Essentially since Klopp’s team had an easier project resumption schedule than their peers, they came out of the Champions League in March and won the league after a resumption. Liverpool’s problems could rust in the first season, but despite the lack of refreshments and Chelsea’s costly spending, only Manchester City are likely to win 20 of their 19 league titles. JB

2) Leads face initial acid testing but may wait to test new resources

Fresh after winning the championship, Norwich went to Anfield on the first day of last season. They intimidated Jurgen Klopp’s team with quick and dynamic attacks, won some fans and absolutely crushed them. At the end of the season they had a rubbish pat on the Premier League field. So there is a cautionary tale for Leeds how will Marcelo Bielsa adapt his approach to a higher level? Probably the answer from one point of view probably doesn’t seem too much – that Norwich failed to apply: Leeds has been promoted to some key positions. Mind you, Bielsa players have very little time to work with if they can’t work directly, so Spain striker Rodrigo and Germany defender Robin Koch could start to go on the bench against Liverpool, who have the potential to run Amok against Leeds. ‘Defense but, by the same token, they can be stunned if they don’t match the power and sharpness of the audience. PD

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3) Saliber’s debut brings hope to a new defensive dawn at Arsenal

It’s been almost 15 months since Arsenal signed William Saliba for m 2million, defending Tottenham’s center-back. He spent last season on loan with his former club, Saint-Etienne, although injury halted his pace. Now he will embark on a journey to Fulham on Saturday and it will be the first opportunity for most spectators to see why this 19-year-old is considered one of the most attractive defenders in the neighborhood. Saliba herself can hold everything together: Arsenal are available in significant amounts for the center-backed club, David Luiz’s injury was the last headache for Mikel Arteta, so Saliba can start in the back three with Kiran Tierney. -R-Rob Holding. Playing at Craven Cottage is likely to come soon for another expensive newcomer, Gabriel Magalheis, but a strong start for Saliber will boost confidence that Arsenal’s reborn backline could be able to eradicate the ghost of years of incapacity. N.A.

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4) Press Lampard to get the melody from the new toy in Brighton

Graham Potter did better at Brighton last season than Frank Lampard at Chance, but both are under pressure to achieve more this season, especially Lampard, who had his expectations of a new player worth about 200 200 million this summer. Brixton got a jolt of Chelsea’s attacking talent when a move by Hakim Ziyach led to Timo Warner scoring first for the club in his first touchdown with Amex in his first touchdown to the club and since then Chelsea have signed Kai Hawartz. How Lampard uses a lot of talent, how they deal with Brighton’s defense will be interesting, as well as Ben White as well as Tariq Lampe who made a terrible impression after coming from Chelsea in January. PD

5) Mourinho is starting the season to close the tag

In July, Tottenham and Everton competed in one of the biggest matches of the fan-free-shutdown schedule. So it doesn’t take much heart to face them again soon but at least with some more entertainment should be uttered a bit. Both sides need to be much better than last season: more creative, more dynamic, much more fluid. Everton have taken special steps to remedy these failures: Abdel Dokori and Allan must address the lack of midfield strength and James Rodriguez can be revived with the guiding hand of Carlo Analosti. Pierre-Emile Heisberg and Matt Doherty are not very similar in signing for Glamor but the touch should be given stability to help others develop. Angelo and Jose Mourinho both need a positive season for themselves, so they can avoid the accusations that they were men yesterday. Don’t expect a spectacular thriller but don’t expect a bit more bite than the last two provided. N.A.

James Rodriguez (right) and Alan train to prepare for their Everton debut.



James Rodriguez (right) and Alan train to prepare for their Everton debut. Photograph: Tony McArdol – Everton FC / Everton FC / Getty Images

6) Top-plane stalwarts should ship stationary to Newcastle

There were very few incidents between West Ham and Newcastle that were not working under the label of a Crisis Club. On the opening day, both will see a kick-off under such clouds. However, despite another failed acquisition, the Tun Army must accept Mike Ashley’s continued ownership – even if he challenges the Premier League – but Newcastle seem to be far more settled than West Ham on pitch issues. Penn Wilson is not Kylian Mbappe, Ryan Fraser is rarely Frankie de Jong, Jamal Lewis is no Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jeff Hendrick is no Jadon Sancho, just as Newcastle fans can dream of a solid slag in the hopes of a Saudi takeover. Bruce can improve the team. West Ham did not sign exactly and the sale of Grady Dianagana to West Brom has sparked a revolt among fans, not least captain Mark Noble. The club’s owners, Davids Gold and Sullivan, may regret not having any cash handouts at London Stadium, but they realize they fled because of the barracks at the stand on Saturday evening. JB

)) Injuries in danger of disrupting Leicester revival

After practically finishing last season, Leicester could do with a strong start. The problem is that they are still missing key players, especially in defense, where Wilfried Ndidi may have to return from midfield to field alongside Caglar Soencu. With Ricardo Pereira still injured, new signer Timothy Castagen could possibly start that defense on the right. Further, Namdalis Mendy will probably be asked to try to do what NDD usually does in midfield, while the constant absence of James Madison adds a creative burden on other players, especially Harvey Burns, who enjoyed an exciting loan spell in 2018 at Hawthorns. It is crucial for West Brom to subdue Leicester if they can benefit from any of Leicester’s resurgent defenses and enjoy a happy return to top flight. PD

8) Bashuai: Striker needs Crystal Palace

If anyone needs to be reminded of Michi Basuai’s abilities when he reached Midwest twice for a great backhill for Belgium against Iceland. He has an outstanding record at the international level and more enduring ideas are available from him on the club stage. In 2019 he scored five times in 11 Premier League appearances at Crystal Palace on a half-season loan from Chelsea and now that he is fully involved in 2020-21, he has had the opportunity to replicate that form for a long time at a club where he clearly felt at home. It may also help that Roy wants Hodgson Palace to be a younger, more vibrant aspect this season. The arrival of Abercrombie EJ and Nathan Ferguson is an exciting step in that direction and they have a strong interest in Ipswich midfielder Flynn Downs. Bashuyei is a reliable finisher, even if he needs to work in other areas of the game, and the addition can succeed on the side of the palace with creativity. He is still at the time of his four-year arrest at Stamford Bridge at the age of 22; Southampton, they had planned for better things themselves, they would hope he would get down to something more. N.A.

Abercrombie is an interesting addition and it would be said to add strength to the Crystal Palace drama and say.



Abercrombie is an interesting addition and it would be said to add strength to the Crystal Palace drama and say. Photograph: Catherine Ivil / Getty Images

9) The new boys at Sheffield United fight weak wolves

Chris Wilder says that if Sheffield United bring one more forward by October 5, they will have to have the best transfer window since the club took over. With at least one of his new signings – goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale – starting to be confirmed on Monday, it would be more interesting to see any involvement of Oliver Burke. Scores more goals this season is a clear goal and Wilder said he bought Burke from West Brom because United needed more speed and strength ahead. He added that in previous clubs, Bark, who usually played on the wing, would be used centrally. With Jonny’s injury and Matt Doherty’s sale missing both last season’s regular wing-backs, Olvara may be at the highest risk early in the season on a wide offensive front, however, Valves could probably make his debut off the bench, with 18-year-old Fabio Silva buying for £ 35 million. . PD

10) Keep it simple by forgetting the Fulham relegation nightmare

Fulham’s last spell in the Premier League was no less embarrassing, with one spending 19 19 million and one spending 100 100 million making them 10 points embarrassed to survive. It happened very soon but under Scott Parker – the third manager to occupy their dugout that year – there is purpose and an idea that they will be happier about their business more quietly this time around. As smart a sign as Alphonse Areola and Anthony Robinson and the feeling of this continuity can put them in a good place, this pre-season is irresistible. Two of these costly flops in 2018-19, Jean-Michel Serry and Andre-Frank Jumbo Anguisa are back from the shake of the loan, although they are unlikely to have a chance to put things right. A bit of simplicity could go a long way for Park, and with Arsenal’s squad balance in question, Fulham have a chance to get off to a much better start with Saturday’s kick-off. N.A.

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