All set and ready to go for a new Premier League season

For many football fans from around the world, the English Premier League is the best, and most exciting league on the planet. There is no question about the fact that this league is, in fact, one of the most balanced, where there are more teams each season which can actually fight for a chance to win the championship, and where every single game gives fans the biggest emotions and excitement.

Now that all major international tournaments are over, all the Premier League biggest stars are back in training, and ready to kick off the new season, which will start on Friday, August 13th. This will be the Premier League’s 30th season, let’s remember that this has been the league’s name only since 1991, and the biggest winner so far is Manchester United, with 13 titles.

However, the current EPL champion is Manchester City, while United hasn’t been able to win a title since a few years back, when Sir Alex Ferguson left the team and decided to retire. Liverpool was the league’s champion the year before.

Manchester City had a great run last season, under the leadership and management of the great Pep Guardiola, one of the best coaches in the world nowadays. The Citizens got a total of 86 points in 38 games played during the season, and a +51 goal difference, being also the team that, by far, scored the most goals in the season, a total of 83.

2020-2021 Premier League season recap


Behind Manchester City, Manchester United was the team which had the best season, finally showing some good assets, and giving an actual fight for the championship, after a few disappointing years. The team closed the season with 74 points. Liverpool was third, with 69 points, and Chelsea finished fourth, with 67 points. These four teams are the ones that will play in the UEFA Champions League this season, while Leicester City, West Ham United, and Tottenham will play in the UEFA Europa League tournament. Arsenal, one of the league’s big teams, usually finished 8th in the table, and was left out of European tournaments this time.


Premier League 2021-2022 season, Matchday 1 recap


A Premier League debutant will be the one to kick off the season on Friday, August 13th, at home and facing Arsenal. A total of seven games will be played on Saturday, Manchester United vs. Leeds United, Burnley vs. Brighton & Hove Albion, Chelsea vs. Crystal Palace, Everton vs. Southampton, Leicester City vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers, Watford vs. Aston Villa, and Norwich City vs Liverpool. Two more games will be played on Sunday, Newcastle United vs West Ham United, and Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester City.


What do you think will happen this season in the Premier League? Will Manchester City win another league title, or will any other team be able to take the trophy from them? Will this be finally Manchester United’s year? Will we see any big surprises this season? Things are about to get interesting in England, and we’re in for a treat!


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