Premier League : 10 choses à surveiller ce week-end


Manchester City’s Injury Concerns

Manchester City has had a strong start to the season, but injuries to key players like Kevin De Bruyne and Bernardo Silva are causing concerns for manager Pep Guardiola. While there is hope for the return of Jack Grealish and Mateo Kovacic, Guardiola may have to rely on other players like Matheus Nunes and Phil Foden to maintain the team’s success. With more players joining the treatment room, Guardiola will need to pray for a quick recovery or find alternative solutions to maintain the team’s winning streak.

Luton Town’s Survival Bid

Luton Town has had a difficult start to the season, with no points from their first four games. However, fans remain optimistic, especially considering their strong performance against Fulham and the return of key player Ross Barkley from injury. Luton’s survival bid will rely on the leadership of manager Rob Edwards, the flair provided by Barkley, and the support of their home stadium, Kenilworth Road. Despite its small capacity, Kenilworth Road has the potential to become a fortress for Luton, but they will need positive results, especially against tough opponents like Wolves, to make it so.

Crystal Palace’s Late Goal Woes

Crystal Palace has been plagued by late goals in their past two Premier League games, costing them valuable points. One issue contributing to this problem is their reluctance to make substitutions during matches. Assistant manager Paddy McCarthy’s decision to bring on Jean-Philippe Mateta early in a recent game shows the need for more proactive substitutions to keep the team fresh and avoid late goals. If Palace wants to avoid further setbacks, they will need to put more faith in their substitutes and make timely changes to maintain their performance throughout the full 90 minutes.

Everton’s Struggle for Goals

Despite improvements in underlying numbers, Everton has struggled to score goals this season, resulting in three 1-0 home defeats. Manager Sean Dyche has a potential solution in the form of striker Beto, who has shown promise in his early appearances for the club. With Dominic Calvert-Lewin struggling to find his form, Everton may need to renew their frontline and rely on Beto’s goal-scoring ability. The outcome of their upcoming match against Bryan Mbeumo and Brentford will depend on how well Everton’s new striker can break through their opponent’s defense.

Manchester United’s Goalkeeper Dilemma

Manchester United’s goalkeeper André Onana has had a worrying start to his Old Trafford career, with a costly error in their recent defeat against Bayern Munich. Manager Erik ten Hag’s tactics have also contributed to the chaos in front of Onana. The decision to sign Onana for a significant fee, despite being available for free a year earlier, raises questions about United’s transfer strategy. Onana’s confidence may be affected by his early struggles, and Burnley, a newly promoted team, will see an opportunity to exploit United’s weaknesses.

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