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5 Premier League teams that could face the drop

After surpassing 10 matches in the current Premier League season and looking at the odds after comparing the best football betting sites, the relegation contenders are becoming a little more obvious. We have decided to take a look into the five most likely teams to be in the drop zone come May. Crystal Palace Palace had already plummeted to heavy odds-on favourites following a remarkably bad start to the season, failing to score a single goal in SEVEN matches. Frank…
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Chelsea start the weekend’s Premier League action – anything other than a win not acceptable

Chelsea’s season sits at a crossroads ahead of this weekend’s Premier League clash with Watford, as the English champions need to start to show the menacing form of last term or risk being left behind in the race for silverware. The Stamford Bridge outfit were unplayable at times in 2016-17 and worthy winners of the title, but the start of this campaign has sparked questions over whether Antonio Conte’s men have the required quality to retain their crown. Both of…
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Sports betting moguls: are Premier League football club owners in an offside position?

The world was running on high stakes in 2014. Among the main headlines, such as “Russia Annexes Crimea” and “Ebola Strikes West Africa”, a governmental clampdown on the gambling sector in the UK was sending a ripple of discontent through the ranks of the top eight tiers of the football English league. (more…)
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The most expensive 11 Premier League transfers in summer 2017

English Premier League clubs finished their transfer spending on August 31st, resulting in the end of another hectic summer transfer window that saw top flight clubs shelling out almost £1.4bn on new talent. Some £210m of which was spent on deadline day, smashing the previous record for transfer fees spent on deadline day by £55m. (more…)
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Will Everton’s signings spring them into top four?

Everton have made a number of significant moves in the transfer market this summer in their bid to break into the top four of the Premier League. The Toffees have invested almost £100 million over the course of the summer to land some of the most talented young players in England. Source: GoldenVision90 via Twitter Romelu Lukaku is poised to leave the club, with his sale to Manchester United expected to cover the vast expenditure of the Merseysiders. Ronald Koeman's…
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Six contenders, one trophy: who will win the Premier League title next season?

Chelsea were the strongest team in England’s top flight by some way last season and nobody can argue with that. Antonio Conte’s men deserved to lift the Premier League title after a very impressive campaign and the Blues will be quietly confident of defending their crown in the 2017/18 season. Source: Premier League via Facebook However, it could be very different this time around. England’s elite clubs, including both Manchester sides, are likely to spend big in the transfer window…
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Will the heroes of England under 20 World Cup success get Premier League game time this season?

There was celebration and elation in Suwon on the 11th of June as Paul Simpson led England 20s to a historic World Cup triumph. Dominic Calvert Lewin's strike was enough to secure the title in a competitively fought game and each and every one of the players deserves enormous credit for their part in the success. But will we see this exciting generation feature in the Premier League next season?  (more…)
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Premier League Week 38 in review

Welcome to our review of some of the leading stats and facts from the final round of Premier League games in 2016-17. Arsenal game out on the wrong end of this season’s subdued final day drama as they finished outside the top four in the Premier League for the first time since 1995-96, so for the first time under manager Arsène Wenger. It meant they failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League for the first time since the 1999-2000…
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