In this episode, UK betting expert Charlie Mullan preview Saturday's Premier League clash between Man City and Chelsea. Man City's last Premier League with Southampton ended in a 0-0 draw while Chelsea beat Spurs 3-0 in Sunday's London Derby. First, we relive the past matches between City and Chelsea. Charlie also brings up how Chelsea has scored first in all five PL fixtures this season and only allowed one goal, which was a penalty away at Liverpool. We also look at the impact Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku has made in his second stint with Chelsea after a club-record signing from Inter Milan. Charlie reminds me how and why Chelsea let Lukaku leave before he reached his full potential. With both teams having depth, we try and predict which lineups Tuchel and Pep will use on Saturday. For City, I ask Charlie whether current City and former Villa star Jack Grealish will start against the reigning European champs. We also look at whether City might have been better off signing Spurs and England striker Harry Kane over Grealish. In less than a year in charge of Chelsea, Thomas Tuchel has won the Champions League, made the FA Cup Final, and led Chelsea to the top spot in the PL after five games. City has recorded four straight PL clean sheets. For Chelsea, I am intrigued whether Chelsea captain César Azpilicueta will be the third central defender or used as a right wing-back as he was in Sunday's Premier League win over Spurs. I also predict Kai Havertz, who scored the only goal against City twice last season, will start. Charlie is predicting both teams to not score while I agree this game will likely provide few goals but plenty of feisty battles between two of England's top clubs. With this weekend being big for sports, we also look at the Champions League encounter between Man City-Paris St. Germain and the Ryder Cup.