What we now know that we didn’t in Au­gust

> With 10 fix­tures played it has be­come ap­par­ent that Spurs are the real deal, James Mil­ner is a se­cret left­back and Diego Costa is re­vi­talised

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op­po­si­tion de­fences, makes the Gun­ners more un­pre­dictable than when Giroud stands up top with his back to goal. (espe­cially when he won his first 10 matches) that he would lead Man­ches­ter City to the league ti­tle at a can­ter.

How­ever, the last few weeks – prior to the de­mo­li­tion of West Brom at the week­end – have brought Pep Guardi­ola down a peg or two. He may well go on to add to the sil­ver bounty come May but it will not be all on his terms as the de­feat to Spurs and draws with Ever­ton and Southamp­ton proved. An­to­nio Conte, the Costa that led Chelsea to the league in 2014-15 is very much back in at­ten­dance. He has eight goals in 12 games and looks as dan­ger­ous as ever.

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