Oliseh reveals favourite to win EPL title ahead Manchester City
Sunday Oliseh, former Super Eagles captain, has tipped Chelsea as favourites to overthrow Manchester City as Premier League winners.
This follows their £98million transfer for Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan.
Thomas Tuchel kicked off the new campaign with a 3-0 victory over Crystal Palace on Saturday,
The win came days after they clinched the UEFA Super Cup against Villarreal.sday.
“Chelsea are definitely, in my opinion, clear favourites to dominate this season.
“Manager Thomas Tuchel has definitely won over most skeptics with the conquest of the UEFA Champions League last season, coupled with an authoritative finish to the league season last year, beating defending champions, Pep Guardiola’s Man City, three times along the way, without a dominant fixed point striker.
“With the acquisition of Romelu Lukaku, fresh off a personal best season with Inter Milan, winning the Italian league as the league’s top striker, Chelsea can now further play with more variety that will definitely make them extremely competitive on all fronts. Don’t bet against Chelsea is my advice.
“In Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea have a coach that has German discipline, the hunger to win, a fresh face and tactical soundness.
“By winning the season opener European Super Cup over giant killers, Villarreal of Spain and coupling it up, seemingly effortlessly by a 3-0 victory over Crystal Palace, barely three days later to open their Premier League account for the season, all without Lukaku, it would be financial indiscipline to bet against European champions, Chelsea.”
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