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  1. A Tough start for Tottenham:

Mauricio Pochettino
Mauricio Pochettino

The London club Tottenham Hotspur were unarguably one of the best sides last season, hence, a lot more is expected from them this term.  For the very first encounter, the Lilly-Whites will be travelling to the Goodison Park, where Ronald Koeman’s men will be waiting for them to make their lives miserable (obviously in the game).

“Tottenham have set the benchmark of what they can achieve and they should be going for the title this year,” the former Spurs midfielder Jenas told BBC Sport. “Every match at Everton is tough, but with a new manager even more so.”

Besides all of that, Tottenham’s new signing Victor Wanyama will be facing his former boss, and this surely will be a fascinating sight to see.


Written by Swapnil Bhopatkar

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