At center-back, we've seen an improvement in Michael Keane's game as he's gotten healthier and been more regularly included. He has the physicality, he's intelligent, good at passing short and long, can go forwards and backwards fast.
We don't particularly like seeing DCL in a wide position, but the sale of Aaron Lennon made the striker Everton's best defensive winger as well.
ManchesterCity manager Pep Guardiola has admitted he thought he may have been sacked last season.
"I think I remember the confidence that we gained at Palace when we went to Chelsea and won". In all fairness, the money's been really well spent, hasn't it? Ashley Williams is serving the final game of his ban. But it is hard to look past Kevin De Bruyne.
The Toffees are middle of the table with 40 points, eight points outside of a potential Europa League spot and 12 points above the relegation zone.
The Blues head into Saturday's clash with Manchester City having already secured their Premier League status by surpassing the traditional 40-point safety barrier. If he wins against Everton, he will be the second quickest manager to reach 50 wins in the Premier League, after manager, Jose Mourinho, who achieved the feat in just 63 games.
"No doubts, it's so important that we keep him". With 4 goals in his last 3 league games, the manner of his play and the details of his goals provide more hope than the impressive record itself.
City enjoyed 71 per cent possession but they produced a toothless display against the Toffees, who were hurting from an FA Cup third round exit at the hands of Leicester City a week earlier.
"I am not saying that because now we are in this position". Their next fixture sees them welcome Manchester United to the Etihad where another victory would see them claim the title in front of their cross-city rivals.
Pochettino is unlikely to tinker too much with a side that has collected four successive Premier League victories and suffered just one defeat in 20 across all competitions. A full list of TV coverage from around the world can be found here.
Chelsea Can Still Beat Spurs To Top Four Spot — Conte
Antonio Conte has conceded Chelsea's chances of qualifying for the Champions League may hinge on beating Tottenham on Sunday. But there's a sense that he's trying to change his pattern, to be more patient. "He has started to have training sessions".