Premier League Preview
With the Premier League season finally underway, there has never been a more exciting time to be a football fan. Whether you are interested in Premier League betting or just want to follow your favourite team throughout the season, itís clear that there is excitement in the air Ė and with it, anticipation over which teams will take the top positions.
In the 25th season of the Premier League, top English teams have plenty to live up to. Last seasonís historic title win for Leicester City is proof that anything is possible. Burnley, Middlesbrough and Hull City all join as promoted teams, and so from now until May, itís time to sit back and enjoy...
Whatís changing with the Premier League?
This season, itís goodbye Barclays, hello lion! The Premier League has rebranded, complete with a new website and app to ensure you're always up to date with the latest fixtures. To encourage fans to visit stadiums, the Premier League has also announced that 2016/17 away tickets will be capped at £30, so there is no excuse not to head down to a game or two and get involved in the action.
As usual, 20 teams will compete in the league Ė the top 17 from last year, and three new teams promoted from the Championship. Burnley was promoted in May, and will be joined by Middlesbrough and Hull City.
Fans of Newcastle United, Norwich and Aston Villa will be disappointed, as they wonít be taking part in this seasonís competition.
Whoíll be flying high this season?
As reigning champs, Leicester are true contenders. All eyes will be on the Foxes, but whether they can repeat the unlikely success of last year remains to be seen.
Last season, Chelsea struggled. They reached the last 16 of the Champions League and came 10th in the Premier League, just one year after winning the title under now-departed manager - and new Manchester United boss - Jose Mourinho. However, the new man at the helm at Stamford Bridge, Antonio Conte, has already made some serious changes this season, adding Michy Batshuayi and Nya Kirby to the Blues' roster of top talent.
Manchester City finished fourth in the Premier League last season, but with Josep Guardiola replacing Mauricio Pellegrini as coach, the Citizens are seriously fancied for title glory this term. They can, of course, count on such players as David Silva, Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and Bacary Sagna Ė but will their squad even be good enough to shade that of their neighbours at Old Trafford, to say nothing of the rest of the league?
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