Sven-Goran Eriksson backs the Reds for the Premier League title

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Jurgen Klopp has issued a positive update on James Milner after the midfielder limped out of Liverpool's 0-0 draw with Manchester City on Sunday afternoon. "For Salah it was the first one so we will see in seven or eight years".

Furthermore, he is yet to play a single minute in the Premier League - but Fabinho insists he is getting to grips with life in England. Both sides have been playing some scintillating football at the start of the season, and this match should certainly live up to the billing.

Koeman said: "I told Virgil within 30 seconds of the end of the game against France what I thought".

Arsenal are climbing up the table after six league wins in a row, and Klopp thinks there will be a cluster of clubs challenging for the title. The Reds looked a little jaded midweek in the Champions League encounter away to Napoli, a game which they eventually lost 1-0 after a stoppage-time strike from Lorenzo Insigne. "I'm so comfortable (with) the performance we have done".

"The reason why last time he didn't [start] - the only time he didn't [start] - was for another reason, a tactical movement, so Kyle Walker can attack more on the right side than him", Guardiola said at a news conference.

Chelsea have the same points as Liverpool and Man City and now sit second on the league table - based on their goal difference.

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"But we played City today".

Yes, Chelsea are still unbeaten and Sarri has made an impressive start, but they are still a work in progress compared to City and Liverpool, who remain the teams to beat.

"For both teams it was really intense, and both showed respect for the other team".

Tottenham won on Saturday to keep their title challenge on track but Manchester United and their manager Jose Mourinho grabbed the headlines after United battled back from 2-0 down to beat Newcastle 3-2.

"[After] 85 minutes, you obviously get a bit worn out, and that moment goes by in a split second and I chose to dive in, which is not what I would normally do".

Guardiola defended Mahrez, who missed a great chance to win the game when he blasted an 86th minute penalty over the bar.