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Premier League opening weekend match predictions

We have looked at Europe's early summer business but have saved the best for last. It's time to critique the most significant Premier League transfers.

In truth, opening weekend on August 11th can’t come soon enough for fans of the Premier League. Little over a month remains before the EPL kicks off for 2017/2018 and considerably more activity is expected in the transfer window before the first whistle is blown.  Read More »

Chelsea vs Arsenal: A combined XI

Chelsea and Arsenal will meet in this year’s FA Cup final having experienced polar seasons; Chelsea has romped to the league, whereas the Gunners have stuttered and stalled. An FA Cup would ‘save’ Arsenal season – save is used loosely, here, for it has been an overwhelmingly disappointing year for Arsene Wenger’s men. Chelsea, however, is looking to complete a historic ... Read More »

Can Leicester City Erase Their Title Asterisk?

Leicester City’s inability to take a point from Arsenal in their 2016-17 title season lingers as an asterisk needing to be erased when they meet Wednesday.

Leicester City have become purveyors of the feel-good English football story. Win the title from nowhere, do the nation proud in Europe, then (probably) avoid relegation. Still, there is one feat the Foxes haven’t been able to accomplish in a generation. Leicester’s head-to-head record with Arsenal reads miserably, to the point it has placed a tiny asterisk on their title season. Read More »

El Clasico: Team News, Statistics and Predicted Line-ups

Today we will witness greatness. Not only do we get to see the two most famous clubs in the world do battle, Real Madrid and Barcelona, we also get to see the two best players in the world go head to head. In the 233rd annual El Clasico, the two table toppers seek to gain a significant advantage in the ... Read More »

Barcelona vs. Juventus: Match preview

Champions League combined XI

Move over Leo, there’s a new Argentinian maestro in town. Paulo Dybala announced himself as the potential heir to the throne for the international team. Two little Argentinians were on show at the Juventus Stadium and only one star truly shone in the game.  Read More »

The biggest Premier League fixtures in April – part 2

So far this month, the Premier League fixtures have produced some enthralling contests. We now look ahead to the must-watch games taking place over next two weeks. They include Jose Mourinho renewing his rivalry with Antonio Conte, as well as two famed derbies between the finest clubs in Manchester and north London. Read More »

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