Premier League is back: Rivals ready for another thrilling season

Author: Rutayisire Patience
On:9/08/2019 14:47
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After a summer of speculation, pre-season preparation and transfer tugs-of-war, the Premier League is back.

Who will get their hands on the Premier League trophy this season? 

Who will get their hands on the Premier League trophy this season?

All eyes will be on Anfield on Friday night, when Liverpool kick-off the 2019/20 Premier League season against newly-promoted Norwich. 

Liverpool vs Norwich

August 9, 2019, 7:00pm

Jurgen Klopp and his men got a close-up look at defending champions Manchester City last weekend in the Community Shield. They saw a Pep Guardiola side ready to go again. Ready to scale the remarkable heights they have achieved in the past two seasons - and determined to climb even higher.

Take your seat for more live Premier League games than ever before

But Liverpool showed they are ready, too. Their pre-season was far from ideal, but Liverpool's display at Wembley suggested they are set to go toe-to-toe with City once more.

Last season, during the thrilling title battle between those two teams, every match, every point proved critical.

Will Liverpool be celebrating come May?

Will Liverpool be celebrating come May?

That is the message Klopp will be giving his players ahead of kick-off on Friday; start with intensity, win in style, lay down a marker.

City will then have to respond away to West Ham on Saturday lunchtime.

Will Liverpool challenge again?

More Premier League records in Man City's sights 

Tottenham vs A Villa

August 10, 2019, 5:00pm

Tottenham face Aston Villa live on Sky Sports on Saturday evening at 5.30pm, while Arsenal travel to Newcastle on Sunday afternoon at 2pm. Both London clubs will want to show they cannot be discounted. 

Man Utd vs Chelsea

August 11, 2019, 4:00pm

Then comes the mouth-watering Manchester United and Chelsea showdown at Old Trafford at 4.30pm.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer against Frank Lampard. The first 'big-six' head-to-head of the season. Two clubs eager to enter a new era with a win. 

Newcastle vs Arsenal

August 11, 2019, 1:00pm

What can we expect from Man Utd?

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It will be an intriguing, exhilarating ending to this eagerly-anticipated opening weekend. But it is just the start.

There will be 128 Premier League games this season - and there will be twists, turns and tense storylines running through every one of them.

Will Aston Villa and fellow new arrivals Norwich and Sheffield United sink or swim in the top flight?

Will Aston Villa and fellow new arrivals Norwich and Sheffield United sink or swim in the top flight?

Norwich, Sheffield United and Aston Villa arrive with hopes and dreams; the likes of Wolves, West Ham, Leicester and Everton harbour ambitions of breaking into the top six; but supporters of every Premier League side know they will be served up memories to treasure - and moments they would rather forget.

What's new in the Premier League this season?

VAR: The ultimate guide

There will be new faces, new stars to admire. And old ones at new clubs, aiming to prove their worth. Exciting young players will emerge too. Who will be the breakout star this season?

VAR will add tension and no doubt spark debate. But the brilliant skills, passion and power of the players in the world's most exciting league will dominate the headlines.

The Premier League is back. Strap in. It is going to be some ride.

The Premier League is back and you can watch more games than ever before . There will be shown 128 Premier League games exclusively live - and have the first pick of matches every weekend.

Source: Sky Sports


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