'Manchester City should come good, but Brighton, Burnley and Huddersfield could struggle'

'Manchester City should come good, but Brighton, Burnley and Huddersfield could struggle'

'Manchester City should come good, but Brighton, Burnley and Huddersfield could struggle'

Afterwards the manager was predictably delighted with all the riches at his disposal and promised that City will "improve the way we attack" this season.

Brighton, on the other hand, managed to secure a return to the top flight and will compete after an absence of 25 years. He put in a very solid performance to help keep a talented City side out for 70 minutes.

And they really would have had only themselves to blame if Shane Duffy had given Brighton' the most unlikely of leads soon afterwards.

This match looks like a foregone conclusion before it even starts, so neither side is likely to take this as a major indicator for the season unless a major surprise happens. Brighton will receive an additional boost from Chelsea's Izzy Brown, who recently joined on loan. These days the propensity for gaffes and pratfalls has diminished at a club where professional rigour has taken the place of the old slapstick routines. That was actually their only loss of the summer, which does show they are in good form.

In the last of his previews of the new Premier League season, Crystal Palace fan Scott Colvin has given his opinion on who will win the title and which three teams will be relegated.

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"It is disappointing but that is the quality Manchester City have got and we know that", he told BBC Sport.

Usually a top club tends to have more than two attackers in their squad but when those two attackers are Sergio Aguero and young starlet Gabriel Jesus, it should be more than enough.

"Congratulations to the team for the first victory".

Having released Pablo Zabaleta, Gael Clichy, Aleksandar Kolarov and Bacary Sagna as well as spending over £20om on replacements, all eyes were on the full-back/wing-back positions for City today and understandably so. "If Guardiola doesn't win the league it will be his fault and his fault alone".

Manchester City has spent £200 million so far in the window and Guardiola admits it is not sustainable.

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In fact, it was a good 15 minutes before Brighton got anywhere near the city penalty area, and that was only because Pascal Gross was at least five yards offside!

City were then gifted a second goal a few minutes later as Lewis Dunk headed into his own net and all but finished the game off. The pressure it's never a big problem. But the solution is not changing players every season.

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City's only concern has been the quality of their finishing in the pre-season games, but besides that, they have nothing to worry about.

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