It feels like we just got off the wild ride that was the previous season – and here we are at it again, except this time everyone‘s watching Leicester. Back then they crushed Arsenal‘s dreams of triumphing in the League, and now they‘re going to go heads out to see who‘s better this time around. It‘s safe to assume that this should be nothing short of brilliant.
If sometimes the match week can look a bit dull, there’s none of that this time around. Leicester City vs Man United clash is going to have everyone’s attention, because the Foxes only need three points to secure the title. Another important game is the Tottenham v Chelsea, considering that the Spurs are the only team that can still – mathematically – catch up.
The last time that Tottenham won the Premier League was a while back – in fact, it was pretty much ages ago, in the season of 60/61. With just four games left to play, the Spurs are excruciatingly close to the title once again, and they have been the second-in-line for 10 consecutive weeks now. But can they top Leicester City? Let‘s take a look at their chances.
It‘s a brilliant time to be a football fan – there‘s so many exciting matches to watch! Man City and Liverpool proved that English teams can do really well internationally, too, and this excitement that they inspired may just seep through to the Premier League. This week, the Sky Blues are playing against Chelsea, and the Foxes will take on the Hammers – so let’s take a look!
Right, so it’s Week 32 at the Premier League, and there’s a proper exciting battle going on! While Leicester and Tottenham aren’t set to play this week and have already had their two fixtures, their fight is the title chase. The Foxes have been #1 for 10 consecutive weeks, and they are guaranteed to stay there for another week, and the Spurs have been in the second place for seven weeks. So let’s look what challenges lie ahead for them!
Even though the English teams are mostly miserable internationally this season, Premier League did retain four UEFA Champions League slots for 17/18. That means there are still three places in the group stage and one in the qualifiers to fight for, and fight the teams will. Let‘s take a look at our potential Top 4!
With less and less time left to win the title, the matches at the Premier League are definitely intensifying. The favourites to triumph are pretty clear, and this weekend, we get to see them all clash in exciting duels, as the League leading Leicester City is meeting Arsenal, who is now third, and #2 Tottenham is meeting #4 Man City.
With 25 weeks of the Barclay‘s Premier League finished, the title contenders are pretty clear, and Leicester City is definitely one of them. Even one of their main opponents Man City admitted that in the official report after losing their match last week: “The Foxes were arguably the best team to have visited the Etihad Stadium this season and it’s no exaggeration to say that their winning margin could have been even wider.”
Brilliant football weekend alert! This Saturday Leicester City is playing against Manchester City, and considering they are only three points apart with the Foxes occupying the first place this should certainly be a hot match. Both teams are in it to triumph this season – and they both have good chances to take home the Premier League title. Their first game ended in a goalless draw, but maybe it will be different this time around?
The Week 24 of the Barclays Premier League is upon us, and Leicester city are sitting in the top position with 47 points. Arsenal had occupied the #1 spot for a few weeks, but they fell to Chelsea once again – despite them having a notoriously terrible season – and this gave the Foxes a brilliant shot to take back the throne, which they promptly did. Now this week, however, will be tough, as their contenders have pretty easy games ahead and Leicester is set for a meet against Liverpool.