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Premier League 2020/21 season: predictions

Premier League clubs across England are set for a hectic spell as they prepare for the 2020/21 season to get underway on September 12. With the previous campaign finishing on the final weekend of July, the close season will be an unusually short affair this year. That factor could lead to surprise results, particularly for any clubs who fail to get their business done early during the summer transfer window. Read on as we preview the upcoming season and offer…
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Why Liverpool still need more quality to retain title

Liverpool’s first Premier League title has been confirmed in extravagant fashion following an unbelievable season. But, it’s imperative for title-winning sides not to believe that the same will happen the year after if the squad hasn’t been improved. Bookmakers and online casino sites are already placing Manchester City as the favourites at 11/10 whilst the Reds come in second with quite favourable odds of 9/5. For Liverpool, this upcoming transfer window could be more important than last year’s and head…
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The numbers behind Liverpool’s recent Premier League triumph

Following the arrival of Jurgen Klopp on Merseyside back in October 2015, Liverpool have gone on to establish themselves as English football’s top club after decades of near misses. In clinching their 19th league title, the Reds have done so in record-breaking fashion, bettering numerous achievements by prior champions. So, let’s take a look at the statistics behind their long-awaited triumph.  Record Breakers  Although Klopp’s side didn’t seal the 2019-20 Premier League title on the field, Chelsea’s 2-1 victory at Stamford…
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Premier League football underway as the UK prepares for a festival of football

The Premier League has resumed following its extended delay after coronavirus (Covid-19) safety regulations forced professional football leagues worldwide to a halt. The Premier League will play its remaining games behind closed doors in what many pundits have described as a ‘festival of football’. The football resumed on Wednesday 17June with Man City vs Arsenal and Aston Villa kicking off against Sheffield United. With empty stadiums galore in the first weekend, the fixtures that followed felt more like pre-season friendlies…
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Project Restart: Premier League edges closer to return

Fans across the world can brace themselves for a summer festival of football after the Premier League confirmed a restart date of June 17. Conditional on safety requirements being met, the remaining 92 matches will take place behind closed doors but will be screened live by the league’s existing broadcast partners. With important issues still to be resolved at both ends of the table there are plenty of exciting fixtures to look forward to over the coming weeks. Read on…
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Premier League in talks Over fanless return

The Premier League has begun talks with the UK government over how they can return to football action that has been shut down as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. It isn't just the matches themselves that are being missed, but also related industries such as sports betting. As the world is making the transition to do more over the World Wide Web, however, we can expect to see such industries as sports betting grow in popularity online. One big…
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How the Premier League plans to restart in June

Stage one of ‘Project Restart’ is underway after Premier League clubs returned to small group training this week following an agreement between clubs and league officials on Monday. The English football league has been suspended for more than two months following the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Premier League are keen to get the 2019-20 campaign complete this summer, with each club still having 9-10 games to play. Germany are leading by example as the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga returned this…
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Summer festival on the cards as Premier League plots return to action

The Premier League’s plan to resume the 2019/20 season in mid-June sets up the intriguing prospect of a seven-week extravaganza of summer football. The ultimate aim is to get all the fixtures completed by the end of July to allow UEFA the opportunity to finish the Champions League and Europa League. All the games would be played behind closed doors, with fans able to watch the action via live streaming services or through the usual broadcast channels. Read on as…
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Planning on catching a live EPL game when the action resumes? These are the best grounds to visit

One thing the current world circumstances have taught us is that sitting around the house all day watching TV is not the paradise we thought it was. When the world returns to normality, you can be sure that many people will be consulting their bucket lists and eagerly getting out and about in the world. Attending a Premier League game is likely to be near the top of the agenda, so let’s look ahead to better times with this run…
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The Premier League’s American heroes

The UK and USA are close allies off the field, but even on it, a number of American and English footballers have crossed the Atlantic in a bid to further their careers. And, despite that number being quite small, those Americans that have graced the Premier League have left a mark on the game. Christian Pulisic and DeAndre Yedlin are the only two Americans left in the top flight at present, but both are firing on all cylinders for their…
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