After a week of World Cup Qualifiers across the globe, the Premier League returns to regular programming and it kicks off with an absolute cracker between longtime foes Manchester United and northern rivals Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday night (AEST).
This weekend’s action begins on Saturday night (AEST) with ladder leaders Manchester United taking on Swansea. The Red Devils look to be in tip top form with new recruit Romelu Lukaku snaring a double in the opening round against West Ham United.
Last weekend of the Premier League saw a bunch of surprise results with the biggest shock coming in Liverpool’s 4-3 loss to serial straggler Bournemouth after the Reds shot out to a seemingly winnable 3-1 lead.
The return of the Barclays Premier League last weekend was a welcome relief for soccer fans across the globe and the action got underway with a classic between Arsenal and Manchester United that ended in a thrilling 1-1 draw.
Last weekend of the Premier League dished up a mix of predictability and unpredictability with all five of the ‘big’ teams earning points; only Manchester United managed just one in their draw with the lowly Burnley FC. The only other draw across the weekend was between last year’s late-season title contenders Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur.
Last weekend of the Premier League produced a few surprise results as Arsenal could only manage a scoreless draw with the lowly Middlesbrough and Manchester United crumbled at manager Jose Mourinho’s former home at Stamford Bridge. The Red Devils’ 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Chelsea was a bitter pill to swallow for United fans and puts them in the dreaded position of possibly not challenging for the title yet again this season.
Week eight of the new Premier League season ended in what was one of the most disappointing results and performances between two powerhouse clubs; Liverpool and Manchester United.
After a week of World Cup Qualifiers interrupted another weekend of Premier League action, the soccer return on Saturday night with a primetime match between Chelsea and defending champions Leicester City at Stamford Bridge. The Blues are coming off a dominant 2-0 win over strugglers Hull City while the Foxes fluffed their way to a 0-0 draw with Southampton a fortnight ago.
Last weekend of the Barclays Premier League finally saw the powerhouse Red Devils of Manchester United return to the winner’s circle in a 4-1 thrashing of defending champions Leicester City.
Week six of the Premier League competition begins with a Manchester United side in the midst of a worrying losing streak. Jose Mourinho’s men need to turn their form around and things aren’t made any easier this weekend against the defending champion Foxes.
The fifth week of the Barclays Premier League kicks off with a massive match between old rivals Chelsea and the inconsistent Liverpool in the early hours of Saturday morning (AEST). The following day, soccer fans are in for a real treat with eight matches scheduled to take place throughout the day and night.
After an early season weekend off, the Barclays Premier League resumes with the fourth week of action.
New life was breathed into the race for England’s 2015-16 Barclays Premier League title, after Leicester City’s draw with West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur’s clinical disposal 4-0 thrashing of Stoke City last week.
The rise and rise of Leicester has not ceased to amaze football fans around the world. Now at $2.10 to win this year’s championship, the men from Leicester can almost taste sweet victory … not to mention all the UBET punters who jumped on board early in the season!
As the English Premier League season has moved forward, more and more people are beginning to take Leicester very very seriously as title contenders. However, last week’s 3-1 victory at Etihad Stadium has truly awoken everybody and has brought to light just how good this team is. This week, they’re up against fellow top 4 rivals Arsenal with another win (or even a draw) likely to see them firm as title favourites.
If at the start of the season someone said to you “I reckon there’ll be a top of the table clash on Day 25 of the English Premier League” you would look straight to Monday morning’s game when Manchester United face the Champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Well, there is a top of the table clash on Day 25, but it will take place in the north when Leicester rolls in to Manchester to take on City. Leicester’s incredible season will face its biggest test over the next 2 weeks as they face City and Arsenal in the space of 7 days. Can they grab a few points to maintain their lead at the top? UBET has a look at that match, plus some other feature games as the EPL continues its run home. READ MORE
Week 23 of the English Premier League gets going this weekend with an early matchup between Norwich City and Liverpool.
Round 22 of the English Premier League will be played after all teams played in a midweek round only a few days ago. We’ve identified 4 key games this weekend.
This week’s EPL round will be the last before the busy Christmas period kicks off, with plenty of potential for position shuffling (particularly at the top). READ MORE.
Things are tight at the top of the league, with only 9 points separating 1st from 10th. Some key matchups this week may prove vital in the final standings. READ MORE.
A huge weekend of English Premier League football awaits, with all of the top sides involved in key clashes. READ MORE.
After an emotional international break for so many different reasons, normality somewhat returns this weekend as Week 13 of the English Premier League gets underway. Read More.
English Premier League football enters Week 12 this weekend with a few key clashes to keep our eyes on, as well as a mouth-watering North London Derby.
Has there been a more important match this season than this week’s early Premier League game? Liverpool visits struggling Chelsea in what is each manager’s most important match of the season.
As we move in to Week 10 of the Premier League, teams are starting to find their place in the ladder and are beginning to understand who their direct competitors for spots might be.
Premier League football resumes after the international break and it’s shaping up to be a sensational round, highlighted by the much anticipated English managerial debut of Jurgen Klopp. READ MORE.
Round 7 of the English Premier League gets underway this weekend when Manchester City travel to the north of London to take on Tottenham. After their perfect start to the season came undone last week with a loss to West Ham, the Citizens will be hoping to get back to winning ways. READ MORE.
Will this year’s surprise packet, Leicester City, continue their run of form when they travel to the Britannia to take on Stoke? West Ham have surprised a few and currently sit 5th, but will they be able to match it with the big boys when they travel to take on Man City? Here are the key stats to consider before deciding who to back...
The English Premier League returns after the international break this weekend, and there’s plenty to look forward too. UBET has taken a look at two of the key match ups when Chelsea look to get their season back on track at Everton, whilst one of the great rivarlies continues when Manchester United entertain Liverpool in a game both will be desperate to win. Before deciding who to back, check out some key stats.
There are a number of interesting matches this week (22/8 to 25/8) in the English Premier League. It kicks off when the unbeaten Manchester United host Newcastle on Saturday night (9.45pm AEST) at Old Trafford. The Red Devils have won both their matches this season 1-0, while Newcastle are coming off a 2-0 away loss to Swansea. One of the highlights promises to be between undefeated sides Manchester City and Everton. In their two victories, City have slotted six goals, without conceding one. Interestingly, they put three past champions Chelsea last outing. After opening the season with a draw against Watford, the Toffees thumped Southampton 3-0. Chelsea have just one point from their two matches, which is the same for their hosts on Sunday night, West Bromwich Albion. On Tuesday morning, EPL big guns Arsenal and Liverpool clash. The Reds have posted 1-0 victories over Stoke and Bournemouth so far... read more There are a number of interesting matches this week (22/8 to 25/8) in the English Premier League. It kicks off when the unbeaten Manchester United host Newcastle on Saturday night (9.45pm AEST) at Old Trafford. The Red Devils have won both their matches this season 1-0, while Newcastle are coming off a 2-0 away loss to Swansea. One of the highlights promises to be between undefeated sides Manchester City and Everton. In their two victories, City have slotted six goals, without conceding one. Interestingly, they put three past champions Chelsea last outing. After opening the season with a draw against Watford, the Toffees thumped Southampton 3-0. Chelsea have just one point from their two matches, which is the same for their hosts on Sunday night, West Bromwich Albion. On Tuesday morning, EPL big guns Arsenal and Liverpool clash. The Reds have posted 1-0 victories over Stoke and Bournemouth so far in 2015/16, while the Gunners sit mid-table after a win and a loss. read less
The English Premer League (EPL) is the most watched football league in the world, broadcast to more than 200 countries with a potential TV audience of almost 5 billion people. The Premier League was formed in 1992, but the Football League itself was originally founded in 1888. In the 2015/16 season, 20 teams will compete for the honour of becoming Premier League champions, which Manchester United have done 13 times. The other winners are Chelsea (4), Arsenal (3), Manchester City (2) and Blackburn Rovers (1). With the EPL kicking off on August 8, UBET takes a look at the Top 5 title contenders.