Pep Guardiola claims Premier League spending is 'unsustainable'

The Amex Stadium will be a great addition to any Premier League away day

Because the Dream Team game - the UK's biggest fantasy football game - is back and better than ever this season.

The Seagulls won promotion to the Premier League, but attention now quickly turns to whether they can stay in the division.

The Etihad boss knows all about the Spain worldwide following his highly successful five-year stint at the Nou Camp, and was the man who handed Busquets his breakthrough in 2008.

Everybody knows that Guardiola's game big time depends on full backs so it's no wonder that City spent nearly £150m on Kyle Walker, Benjamind Mendy and Danilo, while other two signings are potent midfielder Bernardo Silva and Primeira Liga's best goalkeeper Ederson. Add that to some of the best attacking play in the league, a much more settled defence and a goalkeeper in Ederson who can stop shots by getting off his line aggressively, it bodes well for the new season.

Until Sports Interactive releases a new mobile game around late October, Football Manager Mobile 2017 continues to be the best simulation of sports management for Android devices and many Premier League fans will easily sink weeks and months into it with no regrets. You probably missed them right?

Last campaign saw Manchester City finish without a trophy, as a top four finish was the only cause for celebration. He will be out to prove that these are well behind him and he can once again become the player that was linked to Manchester United and Tottenham in the past.

Romelu Lukaku might have joined Chelsea but ended up at Manchester United for £75 million ($NZ99.18 million), a move that pushed Jose Mourinho's alternative targets Alexandre Lacazette and Alvaro Morata towards Arsenal and Chelsea respectively.

He may be up to the task, but United are generally third favourites, as high as 9-2 in some places.

Another new recruit, left-back Benjamin Mendy, is missing with a thigh problem while midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is not yet fully fit after suffering a knee injury last season.

Key players: Anthony Knockaert was named Championship Player of the Season a year ago.

They'll play Europa League football instead.

Elsewhere, it's a big day for Huddersfield Town as they make their Premier League bow at Crystal Palace, boss David Wagner carrying the hopes of the town as he leads his play-off winners into action.

In recent days the disgruntled Dutch defender, who handed in a transfer request at the start of the week, has been linked with Liverpool and Chelsea but the IBT believes City are primed to table a £60m bid for Van Dijk.

Will Conte follow Mourinho's footstep and win a second successive Premier League title or will he emulate Mourinho and bottom out in his second season on the job?

With plenty of cash already spent and more signings possibly on the way, Everton have been making waves in the transfer market this summer, but breaking into the top four will still be a tough task, as odds of 90-1 in the Premier League winners market indicates.

"I don't there's extra pressure on me". They're heavily tipped to end the season rock bottom, but the Terriers could give the first indication today that they're prepared to spring a surprise.

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