Supercomputer predicts the 2019/20 Premier League table after fixtures release

Carrie Guzman
June 13, 2019

They report that Nuno Santo is keen on the 26-year-old England global, who has impressed in the Premier League over the last two seasons.

The Hammers have not played a Boxing Day home game in the three years since moving to Stratford.

Pep Guardiola's back-to-back Premier League champions renew their rivalry with Jurgen Klopp's European champions in their first meeting since landing their latest respective silverware.

The Reds kick off their campaign in the Community Shield against Man City on August 4, but their season proper begins at home in the league.

According to the leaked fixtures, Tottenham will curtain raise the campaign with a home tie against newly-promoted side, Norwich City on Saturday, August 10.

Having the Reds visit Tyneside on the final day of the season means we also continue our run of only having one road game on the last day since the 2013/14 term.

India set to launch second lunar mission; land rover on the moon
Desi message on the moon Science apart, Chandrayaan 2 will leave an imprint of the Asoka Chakra and ISRO symbol on the moon. The mission costs ₹603 crore for the spacecraft system and ₹375 crore for the launcher, a GSLV-MKIII.

VAR technology will also be introduced into the Premier League for the first time next season, with the refereeing aide certain to play a pivotal role in the narrative in the opening weeks as officials get to grips with the new system.

Ahead of the new season, Goal brings you everything you need to know about Amazon Prime's Premier League offering.

The 2019/20 season's first Manchester derby between City and United will take place at the Etihad on December 7, with the corresponding Old Trafford tie coming on 7 March, 2020.

And if that is the case, the fact Norwich are away at Chelsea on May 2 means the Blues are set to be at home in their final game of the regular season.

Having picked up just four points from their final five matches last campaign, Arsenal will be hoping they can fare considerably better from this season's run-in - against Leicester, Tottenham, Liverpool, Villa and Watford.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article