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05 October 2017, 12:34 | Nina Perez
The action from today's Premier League 3pm kick-offs
The club the majority of people think could well win the title are of course Manchester City, who have begun the season brilliantly - and it seems that Pep Guardiola's men are the pick of the bunch, with their win over Chelsea a performance that even United fans sat up and took notice of.
The Manchester United manager allegedly wants Marcus Rashford to be given a rest in Sunday's match with Lithuania should England have already qualified for the World Cup, a scenario that will play out with victory over Slovenia at Wembley tomorrow.
City have scored 17 goals and kept four clean sheets in their past four Premier League matches.
Such a request, if granted, would play in Manchester United's favour with the young striker being fresher for the game at Anfield the following weekend.
Mourinho will remember how United only began to get a foothold in the first Manchester derby of last season when Herrera came on at half-time.
"The defeat suffered in Switzerland didn't change my opinion that Benfica are our main opponent in this group stage of the Champions League. It is going to be hard but that's why we are here".
United return from the worldwide break with a trip to Anfield to take on their bitter rivals. They also have the form of Marouane Fellaini - once booed by United fans - to be thankful for.
The issue has been simmering for years and former Liverpool CEO Ian Ayre has led calls for clubs to be able to sell their foreign rights on an individual basis which would allow the big ones to cash in more on their global marketability.
Paddy Crerand has claimed that the current Manchester United squad are the best he has seen since the club's treble winning season in 1999.
Premier League clubs have unanimously agreed to postpone a decision on a controversial proposal to end the equal sharing of overseas TV revenue until November, the organisation confirmed to ESPN FC.
In short then, United have looked exceptionally good in games they struggled in last season, but it's too early to tell if they are really the title challengers Mourinho needs them to be.
They have dropped just two points this term and that came in a 2-2 draw away to Stoke.
Cubs clinch division, heating up at right time
Cubs: LHP Jose Quintana (7-3, 3.50) will face visiting Cincinnati and RHP Robert Stephenson (5-6, 4.86) on Friday. Bryant hit his 29th homer of the season in the second with two outs for a 5-0 Cubs lead.
'Dieselgate' scandal will cost Volkswagen billions more
In addition to criminal probes in Germany, the company still faces hundreds of investor lawsuits as well as consumer complaints. A report Friday from Volkswagen AG referred to the loss as "third quarter negative items" impacting the company's bottom line.
GM Commits to All-Electric Future
A lot of countries have been approving laws that will decrease the use of fuel cars for the sake of a better future. Beyond consumer vehicles, GM also introduced the Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure, or SURUS.
A Bunch Of Rocks Fell Off Yosemite Again
Zabor had just climbed the section that collapsed Thursday and was able to record video showing the massive dust cloud. Climbers on Friday said they know there are risks inherent to their sport, but they do it anyway because they love it.
Palestine voted into Interpol
Israel's prime minister is criticizing the Palestinian acceptance to Interpol, saying it harms chances for peace. A day earlier, the PNA criticized the US for seeking to postpone Palestine's bid to join Intepol to next year.