Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur
Premier League delights us with a great match of the second round in a row. Manchester City and Tottenham got started with all their power with the score 5:3. Three of the last four face-to-face matches surprisingly ended with the score 1:0. However, one match ended with 4:3. So what should we expect this time? It is worth mentioning that main goalscorers from both teams Kane and Sterling are in excellent shape. The first one at the start of the season impressed with a brace, the second one with a hat-trick. It’s certainly not going to be a boring match with a small number of scored goals
The chance of champion’s replacement seems to be higher than a year ago. Bayern have said goodbye to several old players. What will Kovac do now? Will his club bosses bother him? Dortmund got stronger, they have had some losses but they managed to do a number of great transfers. It is interesting to see Hummels return to his native harbor. And what about Favre’s second season curse? Such an experienced coach should deal with it. Runners-up are almost always nice Bayer, improved Leipzig and regularly stumbling Schalke. It’s always exciting to follow the progress of Hoffenheim and Gladbach. And what about the capital? Now it is represented by two clubs.
This summer La Liga broke its record for spending on transfers. Will Felix quickly get used to Atletico? Will he replace Griezmann? And will Antoine adapt? Hazard’s in Real Madrid, that is an interesting case as well. The biggest clubs are full of interesting events. Will Barcelona get on the top without much effort made this season? Good games are expected from Valencia and two Seville clubs. Will Getafe be as bold as a year ago? What about the northerners who failed last season – Basque teams and Celta? There are a lot of questions and there is a great flow of money from a big TV contract, so new stars in Premera and rises of average teams are expected.
Babel and Mor are in Galatasaray, Kruze and Jørgensen are in Fenerbahçe, Ljajić and Boyd in Beşiktaş, Miguel Vieira and Gulbrandsen are in İstanbul Başakşehir. Regardless of the austerity, there is a lot of new blood for the Turkish championship. Leading clubs don’t spend a lot of money since last year. That’s one good thing cause it gives opportunities for young local talents. But in general, the balance should remain. Except for Fenerbahçe who failed last season, they should significantly improve. They were fine already in May and managed to get on a winning streak. Galatasaray won the title twice in a row. Will one of the competitors be able to defeat them? And watch Trabzonspor, they are going to surprise.