Fantasy Premier League Preview And Prediction

Introduction

The 2019-20 Premier League season just got kicked off. Very soon, Liverpool will take on Norwich City to commence the battle in what is undoubtedly going to be another wild, frantic season. Manchester City enters as the supreme boss with Liverpool, indeed a contender. Tottenham is coming out a stunning 2018-19 crusade with exclusive requirements. Manchester United and Arsenal are hoping to step forward. Chelsea is attempting to ensure Eden Hazard’s absent doesn’t cause any problem. All of this will go on when three new teams – Aston Villa, Norwich and Sheffield United – battle for survival. Here are four other things to know about the season:

Fantasy Premier League Preview and Prediction
Fantasy Premier League Preview and Prediction

1. Pulisic Among The New Players To Observe.

There are so many new faces to stare on , most importantly the big-name signings. We saw some enormous moves from players in the league, yet there have been some interesting ones from outside. Christian Pulisic to Chelsea is likely one of the most outstanding deal. The rising American star came in from Dortmund in January; however stayed in Germany on loan. Presently he’s all in with the Blues and has truly made surprises in the preseason.

Manchester City additionally made a major move by signing Atletico Madrid focal defender Rodri, who has looked sharp so far for this group and seems to have the number 5 position all to himself.

Liverpool has had a peaceful window and hasn’t signed anyone of signifcance, yet Tottenham made some commotion in the football world. Spurs signed midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, who could be the ideal replacement to Christian Eriksen in the midle of the park. The previous Lyon man is a versatile box-to-box midfielder who can hurt you at the two parts of the pitch while ruling the center.

There are so many new players from the first Ligue, and the most costly is Nicolas Pepe of Lille who joined Arsenal on a reported $87 million exchange fee. Pepe’s addition forms a startling trio for the Gunners together with Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Fantasy Premier League Preview and Prediction
Fantasy Premier League Preview and Prediction

2. Some New Faces On The Sidelines

  • Brighton sacked Chris Hughton in May, and he’s been replaced by Graham Potter.
  • Maurizio Sarri left Chelsea to sign with Juventus, and he’s been replaced by club legend Frank Lampard.
  • Rafa Benitez’s contract expired at Newcastle, with Steve Bruce taking charge of the Magpies. 

3 Fantasy Premier League ; Top-Four Selected Favourites

The secreted teams to complete in the top four surely include Manchester City and Liverpool Fc. After that, it gets complicated between  Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, and Tottenham. Spurs are presumably the favorite for third after their last season achievement, and I suggest fourth place position will get down to either Arsenal or Manchester United. Although, the two teams have defensive issues, despite that fact Man. United indeed discussed those issues.  The Red Devils are the slight most loved team for the fourth favorite, they can discover some consistency under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Armory’s resistance simply has such a large number of openings, and Chelsea doesn’t have a striker of Premier League top-quality to truly a battle for a best four position.

Fantasy Premier League Preview and Prediction

4. One Team That Could Sneak Into Top Six In 2019 Premier League

During this Fantasy Premier League, It’s going to be hard for any team to enter into the top six, but there seems to be one that really could take a crazy leap forward: Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves. This team was advertised last season and was superior to  13 other teams in completing seventh. Also, This club got some truly strong outcomes against the leading teams. With another year following Nuno and the emergence of Raul Jimenez, do not be surprised if Wolves get into the top six over, assuming, Chelsea. It will not be easy at all, and it will take them getting consistency toward some of the weaker teams. Wolves had 47 goals in 38 matches last season, placing them the 13th in goals scored. Merging Jimenez with newly signed Patrick Cutrone, we should see the improvement in those digits. 

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