The international break is over! What many football fans see as a nuisance during domestic seasons, due to its disruptive nature and risk of injury to players is now behind us and we can once again relish the best that the Premier League has to offer. A break from club
Manchester United have had many a crunch game in their history. Some have won them titles, others have featured stellar comebacks. This was a much more sober occasion, when United had to win. Both to alleviate pressure on their beleaguered boss and to do justice to the undoubted talent in
The Premier League is back and truly underway. With three rounds of matches completed, fans have gotten a small indication of what to expect over the coming 8 months in the 2018/19 season.
HERE IS EADF’S AUGUST RECAP OF ALL 20 TEAMS IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE!
Written by Veer Badani
1. Liverpool -
Joe Hart’s future had been up in the air for some time before eventually joining Burnley on a two-year deal from Manchester City. The former England number one has drifted around for the last two years without any club making any serious effort to buy him, but a goalkeeping injury
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The Premier League was taken by storm by Manchester City, who didn’t crack under pressure, and had a plan in place since Pep took over. Liverpool found a new hero in Mohamed Salah; who looks set to win the Golden Boot ahead
Football is a funny game, they say. Going into the season, Burnley had lost two of their key players from last season (who contributed majorly to them avoiding relegation) in Michael Keane and Andre Gray to Everton and Watford, respectively. They were installed as the second most favourites to be
Ah, the top 6. How they hog the limelight! At times, it is almost as if there are two completely different leagues going on. One being the top 6, and the other one right below it . This does not mean that the ones below aren’t quality teams. The Premier
Liverpool’s frustrating week continued as Burnley battled hard for a well-deserved 1-1 draw at Anfield on Saturday despite the return of Philippe Coutinho to the starting XI.
Sean Dyche’s side took the lead against the run of play in the 27th minute through Scott Arfield but the hosts responded three minutes
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Burnley have accumulated 33 points from a potential 54 at home, 2 points better of than Manchester United and sitting pretty in 8th on the home league table, letting in only 18 goals at home along the way.
Burnley away has been a tough fixture for