Alex Keble looks at the tactical battles in the three games that will decide who secures a Champions League spot...
Alex Keble previews the FA Cup final tactical battle and warns Leicester of some ominous signs...
With both managers obsessed with control, can we expect a drab, cagey affair? Not necessarily...
Will Paul Pogba's position make the difference for Manchester United or Liverpool? More big questions this way...
Do Leicester's injuries enhance their chances of finally beating United? All the big tactical questions right here...
Will Mourinho resist all his natural urges to be conservative? Will Arteta go for it? Smith Rowe and Bale could be crucial...
Thomas Tuchel faces his first proper Premier League test as Chelsea manager when Man United come to visit.
Man City are overwhelming favourites against Spurs based on form alone. Kane v Cancelo is the key tactical battle.
Alex Keble isn't expecting a classic. Might Liverpool play into United's hands, or will the Reds make set-pieces count?
Will Ole stick to his tried and tested method of beating Pep? City could play into Fernandes' hands...
This could be the perfect game for Jose. Arteta may keep Lacazette, Nelson and AMN and cross his fingers.
Chelsea beat Tottenham twice last season, but Mourinho might just have Lampard's number this time.
Will Liverpool's width hurt Manchester City? Or is that precisely the area Pep Guardiola will target?
Mount, Havertz and Werner will be crucial. But won't Man Utd just counter straight through Chelsea again?
Harry Kane, Bruno Fernandes, Giovani Lo Celso and Paul Pogba could be key on Sunday evening.
Thiago could be the key for Liverpool, who perhaps should be worried by a pragmatic Arsenal.
It's Man Utd v Man City; Bruno Fernandes against Kevin de Bruyne. And it could be settled by Luke bloody Shaw.
Ancelotti has Everton organised while Man Utd are still flying by the seat of their pants. Which approach will prosper?
Chelsea and Tottenham are about to host a '90s-style throwback. It could be decided by Kovacic or Lo Celso.
Chelsea must surely call on Olivier Giroud for Monday's game. Man United will just copy what worked in August.
Man Utd have a chance. But only if they're near-perfect, play Mata and do what they did v Liverpool in October.
Liverpool should dominate in midfield. And on the wings. Do Tottenham actually have a chance here?
Will Arsenal's new approach play straight into Man Utd's hands? That, and four more big questions...
It could be 5-0 to Man City. Or it could be one of the shocks of the season. Man Utd need Fred and Lingard to star if so.
Might Jurgen Klopp make an unpopular midfield choice? Do Everton stand any chance of a result?
Do Man United's hopes rest on Juan Mata's shoulders? And will Jose Mourinho prove himself a changed man?
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Bernardo Silva and James Milner could all have crucial roles to play at Anfield.
If Brendan Rodgers is brave enough, Leicester can hurt Liverpool. The full-back battle will be intriguing and important.
Could Daniel James drag Man United to glory? Or will Kieran Tierney impress on his Arsenal Premier League debut?
Man United need 10/10 performances from Matic and McTominay to come away from Leicester's visit with a result.
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