The Premier League schedule for the coming season has been published and we have lots of great matches to look forward to. Here are some of the highlights and dates you should add to your calendar!
If you have added the dates to your calendar and now wonder how you are going to watch them, then you can check the following guide with information on how you can watch the Premier League online. Among the highlights we can find one already in round one and that is the match that will be the opening match for the entire new Premier League season and that will be at Emirates Stadium in London between Arsenal and Liverpool.
Arsenal will not have an easy start on the upcoming season because already in round two they will play against last years champions Leicester.
In week three Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool will travel to White Hart Lane in London to play against Tottenham and after a little break when people go to play World Cup qualification matches for their national teams it is ready for one of the big season highlights on September 10th as Manchester City will play against Manchester United. One week later Liverpool will play against Chelsea and we could probably keep on going because there are so many fantastic Premier League teams playing so there will be reasons for you to be stuck to your screen every single weekend as long as the Premier League season is running.
The opening day for the Premier League season is August 13th while the last matches are to be played on May 21st. Visit watch.sports.org for a full Premier League schedule.
Which team will win Premier League?
It is impossible to say, but we believe for sure that Leicester will not be able to repeat their success from last year. They might get in among the top 10, but we do not expect them to perform much better than that. It will probably be more interesting to see how far Jose Mourinho can take Manchester United and Pep Guaridola take Manchester City. And, can Liverpool with Jurgen Klopp behind the wheel from the start of the season make it all the way to the top?