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United's big Ronaldo conundrum on huge debut, Brazil ban threatens chaos: PL Set Piece

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United's big Ronaldo conundrum on huge debut, Brazil ban threatens chaos: PL Set Piece
The Premier League is back this weekend after a two-week hiatus for international football and it may be the most eagerly anticipated game week for a long, long time.

Why? Because clubs will be showing off their shiny new signings, including Manchester United welcoming back Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford after he rejoined the club he left 12 years ago.

All eyes will be on that game, which kicks off at midnight (AEST) on Saturday night, but there is still plenty more to keep an eye on during a bumper weekend of football.

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SLOW AND STEADY SPURS

Crystal Palace vs Tottenham, Saturday 9.30pm

After the season Tottenham had last year and a transfer window spent ignoring phone calls from Manchester City, no one expected that they would be sat at the top of the table at the first international break of the season.

Three 1-0 wins in a row built on new boss Nuno Espirito Santo's defensive-minded philosophy and some moments of brilliance from Heung-min Son have got them there and a London derby against Crystal Palace is the perfect moment to show they can also dominate games with possession.

Palace have had a huge turnover of players and coaching staff and will inevitably take time to settle so the time is right for Spurs to strike and take full advantage with a more settled squad.

The 1-0 wins are a great demonstration of how they are capable of grinding out gritty results, but Nuno needs to show the other side of his abilities as a coach now he is at a bigger club than he was with Wolves.

Spurs fans wants to see their team act like a big club and dominate games. This is a great opportunity to prove that they can do that.

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