Manchester City made it a club record 11 wins in a row as they inflicted stubborn Burnley’s first away defeat of the season.
Manchester City vs Burnley
A year ago, this preview would have started with predictions for a routine, easy Manchester City win. Whilst the current Premier League leaders are in scintillating form (undefeated and 29 goals scored in 8 games), Burnley have been very strong on their travels this season, with points picked up away at Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool.
Manchester City produced another blistering display to score seven against a helpless Stoke City.
Manchester City vs Stoke City
An imperious looking Manchester City – returning from the international break off the back of an impressive 1-0 win over Chelsea and eight consecutive wins – entertain a Stoke City side wracked with their own Jekyll and Hyde inconsistencies.
Pep Guardiola’s managerial career to date has seen him take the reigns at some of Europe’s leading powerhouse clubs, from rising through the ranks at Barcelona, to taking the helm in the depths of Bavaria with Bayern.
Manchester City produced one of the finest displays since Pep Guardiola arrived in England as a rocket from Kevin de Bruyne edged out Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea vs Manchester City
TV: BT Sport
6 games into the season and pundits are already calling it a three horse race for the title between Chelsea, City and United. Obviously it is still too soon to tell, but the excitement to see these two giants clash is for all to see.