What to look forward to once the Premier League is back

By on June 17, 2020


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Having been away for three months, the Premier League is set to make it’s come back on the 17th of June 2020. Things will not be the same. The stadiums will be empty due to social distancing restrictions. However, there will be artificial noise and atmosphere to keep the players motivated. Since going to the game is not an option, you can tune in to enjoy matches on football live stream today.


  • Jose Mourinho denting his old club’s top-four aspirations


On the first weekend, Tottenham will play Manchester United, a fixture that will become all about Jose Mourinho. Since he replaced Mauricio Pochettino in November, Spurs have continued to stutter but they are only four points off fifth spot. The break has given time to players from both teams to get their fitness back. Harry Kane from Tottenham has recovered from a hamstring injury while Hueng-min Son is also back, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can now again call on Paul Pogba or Marcus Rashford after they overcome injury issues.


  • What’s the future for Leicester and Wolves?


These two teams have enjoyed great seasons so far, and we’re curious to see whether they will continue on this streak. Brendan Rodgers seems confident to lead Leicester into the Champions League. Jamie Vardy is the top scorer with 19 goals and is just one away from scoring a century of top flight goals. Wolves, on the other hand, have done an incredible job to sit in sixth position highly probable to get into the Europa League. If Wolves are still in that competition to the end of August, their marathon season may span for a whole year.


  • Looking out for Arsenal’s season


It’s been a series of disappointments with Arsenal’s managerial changes. There is an urgent need to rebuild from top to bottom. We are looking forward to seeing how their season plays out. Wins have been hard to come by for Arsenal all season and they sit ninth in the table but there have been signs of improvement under Mikel Arteta. A late run for the Champions League spots can’t be ruled out so it’s going to be interesting to see how things pan out.  Tune in from football live stream today to find out where their fate lies.


  • Norwich escapades


We are in for an exciting relegation fight with 9 rounds of the season to go. However, if we glance at the bottom of the table, it seems like Norwich has no chance of getting out of the red zone. Daniel Farke’s side has six-pointers against Brighton Watford, and West Ham comes in close after they resume their home game with Southampton. It is still possible for Norwich to avoid an immediate return to the Championship if they can put a run together during the closing games.


  • The Golden Boot


Something else that we’re all waiting for is the striker to claim the golden boot. Salah, Aubameyang, and Sadio Mane tied in the last season, all scoring 22 league goals. All three are still in the running for the golden boot this year, but Leicester’s Vardy leads the way on 19 goals. Aubameyang is on 17 goals, while Salah and Sergio Aguero are on 16 goals. 

The reopening of the season also coincides with plenty of transfer speculation so stock up on your snacks and beer and enjoy the games from the comfort of your home from football live stream today.