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What are our Premier League Predictions for 19/20?
The Premier League 19/20 is shaping up for another fantastic season, and we’ll be here to deliver your tips for every matchday in the league recognised as the best in the world by many.
After utter domination from the top two teams last season, Manchester City (98 points) and Liverpool (97), you’ll be hard-pressed to present a valid case for any team breaking that top two. We’re tipping last year’s runners-up, Liverpool, to come out on top with Manchester City in second after keeping a keener interest on the big trophy that they’re yet to win, the Champions League.
The remaining European spots are likely to be contested between usual suspects Tottenham, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United – but we’re tipping Leicester City to break the party under the tutelage of Brendan Rodgers and some great acquisitions over the summer.
It promises to be a big season of pressure for the managers in the top jobs with United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still yet to convince despite last year’s heroics away at PSG, Pochettino impressively lead Tottenham Hotspur to their first-ever Champions League Final – but did that paper over the cracks of a season where the team lost 19 times? This season will be a big test. Unai Emery is still trying to stamp his style-of-play on the Arsenal dressing room, but inconsistency and a leaky defence will likely cost the team to miss out on Champions League for a third season in a row.
The inexperienced Lampard has significantly less pressure to succeed and will need to rely on the players he already has at his disposal, with the club currently in the midst of a transfer ban, but they have enough quality in that squad to finish in the top four – despite the departure of their best player Eden Hazard, it’s time for their talented young players to step up to the plate. As harsh as it sounds in spite of his talented squad and the astronomical £80 million fee spent on Harry Maguire, the longer the United keep Solskjaer at the helm this season, the less likely their chances of playing European football next season.
The three promoted sides won’t be coming up to be the Premier League whipping-boys, all bringing an attacking style of football with ambitious managers and fresh squads. Aston Villa have recruited heavily this season, drawing a comparison to the Fulham team that struggled last season, but we’re not tipping them to drop back down like the Whites did last term. Although they won the Championship last season, Norwich didn’t make significant investments in their squad and their reliance on their Championship squad and goalscorer Teemu Pukki will likely see them drop back down for us. Sheffield United are the great mystery for many this season, but we’re tipping them to join Villa in the mid-to-low table places in the League.
We’re tipping the relegated teams at the end of this season to be Newcastle, Norwich and Southampton, with Watford, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth, Burnley and Brighton beating the drop. Mid-table beckons for Wolves while balancing their first European campaign for a long while, Everton’s Marco Silva may struggle to keep his job if he struggles to challenge that top 6 once again and West Ham are the team that has the most promise, other than Leicester, to break that top 6 monopoly. What a season we have in store!
Predicted Premier League 19/20 table:
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If you’re a fan of putting your bets on for the Saturday 3 pm games and watching the scores, we’ve got you covered. We’ll offer you Premier League tips for 3 pm fixtures throughout the season, keeping things interesting whether you’re ticking your bets off with Jeff Stelling & the boys.
Perhaps you fancy a rollercoaster Saturday afternoon watching the scores and crossing your fingers they match your acca results. With our accumulator betting tips you’ve a sound place to go for help you make your picks from the Premier League and more.
All of our Premier League predictions and tips are posted at least 48 hours before the fixtures have commenced, giving punters the best chance to stake with the best odds possible or the ability to make their bets once those all-important team sheets are announced at 2 pm.
Where to Watch Premier League Fixtures?
Sky Sports and BT Sport have both retained their rights to show the majority of the Premier League 19/20 fixtures, however Amazon represent a newcomer in the market with a host of fixtures over the festive period.
UK punters subscribing to Sky Sports can find the fixtures on the Sky Sports Premier League channel, as well as their online streaming services Sky Go & Now TV, available on web browsers and mobile applications.
Likewise, BT Sport will show Premier League games on their main channels BT Sport 1 & BT Sport 2, as well as the BT Sport App and BT Sport Web Player.
Amazon Prime subscribers will be in for a treat this Christmas with all of the Boxing Day fixtures shown live, as well as the midweek December games (including fixtures such as Manchester United vs. Tottenham and the Merseyside Derby at Anfield). Premier League fans will be happy with this as Amazon will be showing every team live at least once over the festive period.
Find a full list of Premier League fixtures and broadcasting here.
What Are the Best Premier League Betting Sites & Bookmakers?
The Premier League is the most supported and popular league in world football, so there is no surprise that Premier League betting is popular for punters and bookmakers alike. Bookmakers regularly create new promotions for the big Premier League fixtures with significantly enhanced odds, betting offers and free bets to attract new customers to their sports betting site.
Premier League History
The Premier League was founded in 1992 as a rebrand of the Football League First Division that had been running since 1888. Manchester United are by far the most successful Premier League club with 13 title wins, 8 more than Chelsea who sit in second with 5 titles.
Despite winning the England Division One on more occasions than any other team prior to the rebrand to the, Liverpool have famously never won the top-flight domestic league since the change of name, with Blackburn, Leicester, Arsenal and Manchester City being the only other clubs to have one at least one Premier League Title.
Here are some of the key Premier League team statistics:
Team with most titles – Manchester United (13)
Team with most consecutive titles – Manchester United (3)
Team with most wins – Manchester United (652)
Team with most losses – Everton (371)
Team with most goals – Manchester United (2,005)
Team with most goals conceded – Everton (1,329)
Player with most appearances – Gareth Barry (653)
Player with most goals – Alan Shearer (260)
Player with most assists – Ryan Giggs (162)
Player with most red cards – Patrick Vieira, Richard Dunne & Duncan Ferguson (8)
Player with most own goals – Richard Dunne (10)
Player with the most clean sheets – Petr Cech (161)