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Jose Mourinho must bounce back after Chelsea woe, winless City at WBA

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson explains why Jose Mourinho may have lost some confidence after the first month of the season.

Manchester United need to bounce back from last Sunday's 4-0 embarrassment at Chelsea when Burnley come to Old Trafford this Saturday.

Jose Mourinho's men managed to get back on track after beating Manchester City in the EFL Cup in midweek but they have won just once in the league since Aug. 27.

City, meanwhile, are in trouble. Pep Guardiola travels to West Brom having not won in six matches. Elsewhere, last season's two title rivals Leicester and Tottenham face each other, Sunderland host Arsenal...

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Arsenal forward Lucas Perez out for six weeks with ankle injury - reports

Former Arsenal man Stewart Robson says Mesut Ozil's scoring increase is due to him finally playing in his preferred position.

Arsenal forward Lucas Perez is expected to be sidelined for around six weeks with ankle ligament damage, according to multiple reports in England and Spain.

Perez, who joined Arsenal from Deportivo La Coruna in August, had to be substituted on 72 minutes in the 2-0 EFL Cup win over Reading on Tuesday.

Publications including the International Business Times, The Guardian and Marca report that the 27-year-old is likely to be absent for around six weeks, which would see him return in mid-December.

 By Tom Adams

Arsenal without Santi Cazorla is a bad situation given his importance

Lots of opportunities for the big boys to drop points in Week 10. Find out who Craig Burley picks to win this weekend.
If Santi Cazorla misses a significant number of games through injury, Arsenal's fine form could well end.

Of all the encouraging features of Arsenal's season to date, which sees them joint top of the Premier League heading into Saturday's game against Sunderland, perhaps the most impressive has been the generous scattering of goals around Arsene Wenger's team. Alexis Sanchez is taking to his new central role with six goals in all competitions. Meanwhile, with a brace in the midweek 2-0 League Cup win against Reading, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain already has five, his highest-ever season tally. With eight...