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No one is entitled to start - Bailly relishing Man Utd competition

Montrelle Montesinos | 08 Octubre, 2017, 03:55

The former footballer was on Sky Sports News and believes the Red Devils have the best midfielder in the division in Nemanja Matic.

Eric Bailly is relishing the competition for places in Manchester United's defence and believes it is bringing the best out of the squad as they battle for Premier League glory.

Their partnership has been a strong reason for the club's great start in Mourinho's second season in charge.

It was the third successive game that Chelsea had failed to beat Arsenal and when you consider that Arsene Wenger is viewed unfavourably in terms of his tactical approach compared to his managerial rivals, Conte and his coaching staff must be wondering if the Blues had become predictable.

"He's allowing everybody to do their jobs and do their jobs a lot better".

"It's fine in my view because there are four of us defenders and everyone is ready to make the most of the opportunities the manager gives us".

But Chelsea were so far off the pace compared to the energy, dynamism and sheer class displayed by Pep Guardiola's men. Facebook reportedly tried to acquire Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket streaming rights through 2022 for a whopping $600 million.

While Facebook wouldn't comment directly on its interest in Premier League streaming rights, a spokesman called the league an "important" partner.

His transfer was met with excitement from Manchester United fans and groans from Chelsea fans as they knew just what they were losing in the Serbian.

As a result, City have recorded impressive wins over Liverpool as well as Chelsea and Neville admits he's been impressed with the former Bayern Munich and Barcelona boss.

"(I'm not missing it) at all at the moment", he said.

Sweden face Luxembourg and a trip to the Netherlands in the coming days as they look to secure a place at the 2018 World Cup, sitting one point behind group leaders France and three points ahead of the Netherlands - who are hunting them down for the group's playoff place.