All eyes will be on Klopp’s eagerly anticipated bow at White Hart Lane.
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While Klopp is cautious about revealing his own ambitions, he has already identified one key problem that needs to be resolved if Liverpool are to get back on track quickly.While Klopp will steal most of the headlines this weekend, new Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce returns to the Premier League facing arguably the toughest challenge of his career.The second bottom Black Cats turned to Allardyce after Dick Advocaat quit, making him the first man to take charge of bitter north-east rivals Newcastle and Sunderland.Remarkably, Jose Mourinho ranks among the managers most under pressure after Chelsea's woeful start to their Premier League title defence.Young Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek has no doubts Mourinho is the man to get the champions back in the groove, starting against Aston Villa Saturday.Second-placed Arsenal will face Watford for the first time in nine years when they travel to Vicarage Road, while third-placed Manchester United are at Everton.
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