Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

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Selection headaches for José Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, a glaring omission at Liverpool and might Tottenham Hotspur make a fresh start at Wembley?

Spurs may not have signed anyone this summer but, thanks to Chelsea, they go into their first home match of the season looking stronger than the only team who finished above them last term. Chelsea have made quite the palaver of their start to the campaign, thus inviting rivals to take advantage. With injuries and suspensions forcing Antonio Conte into defensive and midfield changes, Tottenham have an ideal opportunity to make themselves feel at home at Wembley. Will they seize it? Paul Doyle

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