Players to watch
The Brazilian has not only brought an X-Factor to Watford’s attack, but he is clearly relishing the dirty work as well if his defensive stats are anything to go by. The early signs suggest he will be an EPL star for years to come. Likely line-ups
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The Belgian has had a relatively slow start to the season while playing in a slightly deeper role, yet there is no doubt what Pep Guardiola thinks of him. Guardiola stated “he is one of the best players I’ve ever seen” after the win against Feyenoord – high praise from a former Barca coach.
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Team news: Defenders Kiko Femenia and Younes Kaboul both went off injured in last week’s win over Southampton but only the former is in contention. Sebastian Prodl, Craig Cathcart and Mauro Zarate are still injured and Miguel Britos is suspended.
Back in the fray: Philippe Coutinho is ready to start for Liverpool again.
Team news: Captain Vincent Kompany is back in training after injury but this game may have come too early for him. Ederson should play despite his run-in with Sadio Mane last week, and Raheem Sterling has served his suspension.
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