The Premier League table as it stands:

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1 Liverpool 88002061424
2 Manchester City 85122791816
3 Arsenal 84311311215
4 Leicester City 8422147714
5 Chelsea 84221814414
6 Crystal Palace 842288014
7 Burnley 8332119212
8 West Ham United 83321111012
9 Tottenham Hotspur 83231412211
10 Bournemouth 83231313011
11 Wolverhampton Wanderers 82421111010
12 Manchester United 82339819
13 Sheffield United 82337709
14 Brighton and Hove Albion 8233810-29
15 Aston Villa 8224131218
16 Newcastle United 8224513-88
17 Southampton 8215815-77
18 Everton 8215613-77
19 Norwich City 82061021-116
20 Watford 8035420-163

Manchester United vs Liverpool

Old Trafford: Manchester United vs Liverpool: October 19th 2019.

Anfield: Liverpool vs Manchester United: January 18th 2020.

This fixture at Anfield last season was the sign showing the end of José Mourinho’s time in Manchester, when Xherdan Shaqiri saw Liverpool to a 3-1 win over Manchester United.

However, in the return game at Old Trafford, it finished scoreless as Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side held out for a draw and this cost Liverpool the league.

These two finished 31 points apart in the table last season.

Manchester United vs Arsenal

Old Trafford: Manchester United vs Arsenal: September 30th 2019.

Emirates Stadium: Arsenal vs Manchester United: 1st January 2020.

Between 1998-2004, these meetings would go along way to deciding the destination of the Premier League title, but both have fallen from grace since and this still remains a contested fixture.

In the Old Trafford meeting Arsenal led twice through Shkodran Mustafi and then an own goal only to be pegged back on both occasions by Anthony Martial and then Jesse Lingard.

Granit Xhaka opened the scoring from long range in the first half before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s penalty sealed a 2-0 home win. This season’s meeting at Old Trafford comes on a Monday night in September.

Premier League betting tips.

The new Premier League season kicked off on Friday August 9th with European Champions Liverpool at home to Championship Champions Norwich City.

Manchester City

Who will stop Pep Guardiola’s “Fourmidables”.

Last season, Man City won the Premier League, the FA Cup, the Carabao Cup and the Community Shield and the away goals defeat to Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League quarter-final, blot on their record.

This summer’s big signing is holding-midfielder Rodri who’s joined for a club record fee from Atlético Madrid where as Captain Vincent Kompany departures from the club.

Manchester City odds are at 8/13 to retain their Premier League but will, of course, be targeting more silverware than just that.

The Citizens are also the favorites to win their first Champions League title at 9/2 . Domestically, they’re 7/2 to retain the FA Cup, 3/1 to win a third Carabao Cup in a row and 8/13 to lift a sixth Community Shield.

Liverpool

Can Liverpool finally lift the Premier League title? due to the fact that it’s been a fairly quiet summer on the red side of Merseyside.

There have been no major arrivals after both Alberto Moreno and Daniel Sturridge were released.

The one thing or item that Reds fans want is the Premier League title and they are second favourites at 9/4. Domestically, 6/1 to win the FA Cup, 6/1 to win the League Cup and 6/5 to win the curtain raising Community Shield against Manchester City.

They also met Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup in Istanbul and won it!

In December, they’ll be in Qatar for the FIFA Club World Cup, and lastly they are the defending Champions of Europe.

Chelsea

Despite being under a FIFA registration ban, it’s been a very busy summer for Chelsea. Eden Hazard, Gary Cahill and Gonzalo Higuaín are no longer at the club but Mateo Kovačić made his loan deal from Real Madrid permanent.

With Frank Lampard taking over from Maurizio Sarri.

Christian Pulisic, who joined from Borussia Dortmund, will be a key player for the blues.

Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori, who were both at Derby last season, as well as Tammy Abraham all had strong Championship season’s last year and have great opportunities this year.

Chelsea have 28/1 to win the Premier League but their main target has to be getting into the top four with odds of 5/4, Domestically, Lampard has a 6/1 to deliver the FA Cup and 13/2 to win the Carabao Cup.

Tottenham Hotspur

It appears, the only way is up for Mauricio Pochettino and Tottenham who began their campaign at the new stadium and have broken their transfer record this summer.

Tanguy Ndombele has joined from Olympique Lyonnais for £55 million, and will fill the void left by Mousa Dembélé who joined Guǎngzhōu R&F in January.

Kieran Trippier has joined Atlético Madrid for £20 million and fellow full-back, Danny Rose, might also exit the club soon.

Arsenal

Unai Emery is set to lead Arsenal to the Champions League after a terrible run in April and May which saw Arsenal finish outside the top four before they were humbled 4-1 by Chelsea in Baku.

Petr Čech, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Danny Welbeck, Alex Iwobi, and Aaron Ramsey have all left the club, with

  • Nicolas Pepe (Lille)
  • Gabriel Martinelli (Ituano)
  • Dani Ceballos (Real Madrid, loan)
  • Kieran Tierney (Celtic)
  • David Luiz (Chelsea) joining the club this summer.

Manchester United

Ole Gunnar Solskjær is set to make Manchester United great again, after spendinf £65 million on Dan James from Swansea and Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace.

Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia both left on frees to Paris Saint-Germain and L.D.U. Quito respectively.

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