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Ranking Thomas Tuchel and Mikel Arteta’s teams

The Premier League truly starts to kick-start with the start of the second week.

The main event for the weekend is the meeting between London competitors, Chelsea and Arsenal.

It’s an opportunity for Chelsea to send a message to the League about its title ambitions, while Arsenal would be anxious to arrest what was an alarming beginning of their season.

Chelsea made some solid changes in the transfer market whilst at best the outlay of the Gunners was questionable.

In this respect, the two teams we believed would be classified into a handy Tiermaker in front of their decisive Premier League meeting – a warning to Arsenal fans that it’s rather hefty.

It should be noted that with 10 days left on the transfer market, the teams listed can be modified.

Truly World Class

In fact, only two players can legitimately claim to be world class and neither comes from Arsenal.

Kante Jorginho’s N’Golo

Top Tower

The first appearance of Arsenal is in the form of Bukayo Saka, but Chelsea blue again dominates this particular class.

Saka Bukayo
Lukaku Romelu
Mendy Edouard
Silva Thiago
Ziyech Hakim

Rudiger Antonio
Azpilicueta Mason Mount Timo Werner Cesar

Potential bags

This is where the Arsenal team comes in. Potential does not win points, however, but if Mikel Arteta can unlock it, the Gunners may pose a real threat.

Reece Emile Smith-Rowe Ben White James
Havertz Kai
Partey Thomas
Pulisic Christian

Ben Balogun Chilwell
Martinelli Gabriel
Chalobah Trebor
Hudson-Odoi Kierna Tierney Callum
Lokonga Albert
Tavares Nuno
Ampadu Ethan

Center of the road

If anything, some of these stars are not a minor n in the middle of the road category. They’re handy guys to have, just not as good as they could be higher.

Alonso Marcos
Elneny Mohamed
Kovacic Mateo
Leno Bernd
Zouma Kurt
Xhaka Granite
Loftus-Cheek reefs.


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