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31.01.2015 12:45 Hull City - Newcastle Utd
31.01.2015 15:00 Crystal Palace - Everton
31.01.2015 15:00 Liverpool - West Ham
31.01.2015 15:00 Manchester United - Leicester
31.01.2015 15:00 Stoke City - QPR
31.01.2015 15:00 Sunderland - Burnley
31.01.2015 15:00 West Brom - Tottenham
31.01.2015 17:30 Chelsea - Manchester City
01.02.2015 13:30 Arsenal - Aston Villa
01.02.2015 16:00 Southampton - Swansea
The Premier League may have lost some of its stars over the past few seasons but the drama and goals on show every season will certainly not be gone in this year’s campaign.
Drama is always on show during the top league in England and fans watching will get lots of excitement, that is for sure.
The title race looks closer than ever with no clear frontrunner safe and sound ahead of the chasing pack, and the ability for a shock behind every corner.
While Chelsea looked a dead cert for the Premier League title having gone 14 games unbeaten at the start of the season, their recent defeat to Newcastle has cast some doubt over the side that many tipped to be the next “Invincibles”.
And Newcastle themselves have managed to epitomise the Premier League with their crazy campaign, having failed to win in the first 7 games of the season before clawing themselves up the table to the brink of a Champions League place.
The traditional “Top 4” has been disbanded with Manchester United’s horrendous Moyes-fuelled season pushing them down the pecking order, only for the appointment of Louis van Gaal to seemingly rejuvenate the Reds.
Dark horses West Ham and Southampton, who finished 12th and 8th last season, both now challenging for the Top 4 and even the title.
Man City will be desperate to defend their crown while Liverpool’s sale of Luis Suarez looks to have taken the wind out of their sail, making for an intriguing season at Anfield, while across the Park Everton look to beat off the threat of mid-table mediocrity.
As always the North London duo are there, with Spurs looking to assert their authority as a top club under the new philosophy of Mauricio Pochettino, while their neighbours flaunt one of the best players in world football with new signing Alexis Sanchez.
At The Bottom
But the drama doesn’t stop when it comes to the other end of the table, too. Premier League new boys Leicester and Burnley have found goals hard to come by but talismen Leonardo Ulloa and Danny Ings have brought new hope.
Meanwhile, QPR look shaky at the back and Sunderland continue to toy with the drop zone, while Aston Villa have mirror-imaged Newcastle’s rise with an epic decline into the bottom half.
The Premiership is the best league in the world down to its unpredictability and drama – something you shouldn’t miss out on.