Manchester United And Their City Rivals Stand Out Early On

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With Man United and Manchester City scoring goals and winning games for fun, there is now pressure on the Blues to pick up victory when they travel to the Potteries, requiring just one more point to hit the milestone 1,8000 during the Premier League era.

Chelsea confirmed Costa's exit on Thursday and the Spaniard will formally join Atletico in January.

Antonio Conte and his players went through their paces on the Stamford Bridge pitch, ahead of travelling to Stoke City on Saturday.

Having slumped to disappointing away defeats at Newcastle United and Bristol City in their last two outings, Hughes will demand a response from his players.

But his performance against Forest confirmed he is fully fit and his presence at the bet365 Stadium for a testing meeting with Stoke will be invaluable.

The Manchester rivals have shone in the opening weeks of the 2017-18 season, with the teams joint atop of the table with a haul of 13 points and plus-14 goal difference.

"We're struggling a little bit defensively", said Hughes.

The 2-2 draw at a raucous Stoke City was the only time Jose Mourinho's side have dropped points this season and Davis said the home crowd could play a role in denting United's unbeaten start. "We must be ready".

N'Golo Kante is certain to resume his position in the middle of the park after being given a well-earned rest but it will be interesting to see who Conte starts alongside the French global. Pedro is a doubt with an ankle knock.

"I think they've got more sendings off in the opening five or six games as in the whole of past year", he said. I respect Gareth Barry for playing 600 games in the Premier League, I congratulate him. There are also plenty of new entries as new signings find their feet across the league.

Herrera, who won three trophies with United previous year, feels that spending big money on transfers will increase pressure to bring home titles - and that the spotlight rests on City.

Both Musonda and Kenedy have found opportunities hard to come by at Stamford Bridge, and, like numerous club's youngsters, have spent some time out on loan.

"You've got to look at yourself quickly and rectify mistakes".

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