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Here comes Mourinho v Conte round three

Three things to watch out for this weekend

Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte are not the best of mates
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1 The battle of the bosses

Most football fans seem to love a war of words between managers but the vast majority of Premier League gaffers are annoyingly nice and it has been left to baddie Jose Mourinho to pick a battle with Antonio Conte.

Mourinho is upset with Conte's touchline antics and it's nothing to do with Chelsea winning both matches against Manchester United this season or the fact that the Italian is about to claim the title with the same players who got Jose the sack from Stamford Bridge. Honest.

Round three takes place at Old Trafford with United unbeaten in the Premier League since October 23 - when they were stuffed 4-0 by Chelsea.

2 Set-piece specialists take aim at Liverpool
West Brom have scored 18 goals from set-pieces this season and that spells trouble for Liverpool, who are notoriously dodgy at defending dead-ball situations.

The Reds have conceded six goals from corners this season - that's more than Chelsea, Tottenham and United combined - and Albion pair Craig Dawson and Gareth McAuley must go into your goalscorer notebooks at big prices.

McAuley notched in the reverse fixture at Anfield and Dawson was on target against Liverpool last season.

3 Derby storm in Milan
Saturday's San Siro showdown between Milan and Inter will be unlike any of the other 217 Derby della Madonnina fixtures.

An 11.30am start time is perfect for TV viewers and will appeal to the Asian audience of these two-Chinese owned clubs but has caused controversy in Italy for breaking with tradition.

Mourinho is upset with Conte's touchline antics and it's nothing to do with Chelsea winning both matches against Manchester United this season
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