There are a couple of derbys in the world that are notorious. Inter Milan vs AC Milan, Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid, and Lazio Roma vs AS Roma. But none of these have the tension, rivalry, and the excitement of the derby that is the pick of this weekend: Manchester United versus Manchester City.
Boxing Day is one of those British traditions that resonates around the globe. Football fans from around the world rejoice in the fact they get to watch Premier League action the same time they’re celebrating Christmas with loved ones. Which pretty much feels like the best present they could get, without even having to ask for it!
In sorting the catwalk from the sale rail, rating or slating, we’ve devised a smart new way of crowning the all-conquering club kits.
While some of the Premier League kits continue to fly off the shelves with perfect patterning and colour combinations, others have fallen flat and are making an instant beeline for the winter sales.
A fight for glory… and records! Although Liverpool has been officially recognized as the new Premier League Title holder, they will want to be officially crowned by the last title holder as well. Like a beauty pageant. What is more, Liverpool will be seeking to make the world forget about Manchester City’s outstanding performance.
This week’s most anticipated match is that of Chelsea and Manchester City. Both teams have started post-lockdown where they left in march; winning! Chelsea has beaten Aston Villa last Sunday, while the blue side of Manchester is already two out of two.
You are expected from us to see a ‘Match of the Week’, but since the corona-sports-summer calendar is so packed we are increasing our pace as well! So instead of weekly updates, we are handing out daily betting predictions!
An Outright Winner Premier League Bet on Liverpool at the start of the season would have been worth gold by now. Unfortunately, it’s a bit late to place a bet on the Premier League winner for this season. The only interesting bet prospect is with how many points Liverpool will end this season.
Just a few years ago, this match would have been nothing less than a duel of giants. Manchester City still is a giant, though it’s aura of invincibility has faded. Arsenal on the other hand has fallen and has fallen deep.
According to Italian Press Agency AGI #Guardiola has agreed on a 4 year contract with #Juventus – earning him roughly £21 million/year.
With Pep just winning the domestic treble with #ManCity and knowing both he & Juve are YEARNING for a new CL Win…#FootballTransferFees #Guardiolajuve
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