Premier League’s 2018/19 season started from 10 August, 2018 and will finish on the 12 May, 2019. There are 20 teams playing each other twice, that amounts to 380 games of great football spectacle. Top four teams will qualify directly for Champions League and last three teams will be relegated to the Championship.
PL 2018/19 season started Friday night with an awesome opening game between Man United Vs Leicester 2-1. Today 12th August 5pm CET, Arsenal will face champions Man City. See full details from Premier League Match Day 1 HERE
It announces to be an exciting season following some great transfers and changes from last season.
See here all news and transfers for TOP 6 PL teams.
West Ham, with Manuel Pellegrini as manager lost their opening game against Liverpool. The Chilean has brought in a lot of talent, with Felipe Anderson joining from Lazio and Jack Wilshere arriving on a free transfer.
Also West Ham finalised the signing of Lucas Perez from Arsenal
Everton strengthened their attacking options with Brazil international Bernard from Shakhtar Donetsk and also paid Watford £50 million for Brazilian forward Richarlison de Andrade.
Brighton broke their transfer record to sign in Iran international Alireza Jahanbakhsh from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar.
Crystal Palace transferred Germany international Max Meyer on a free transfer from Schalke.
Burnley signed Joe Hart following for £3.5m from Manchester City.
Southampton bought from Borussia Monchengladbach Danish defender Jannik Vestergaard for £18m.
Leicester transferred Rachid Ghezzal from Monaco for £12.5m.
Bournemouth transferred Colombian international Jefferson Lerma for a record amount of £25m deal from Levante.
Newcomer team Wolves have signed veteran Portugal midfielder Joao Moutinho and Adama Traore for £18m release clause at Middlesbrough.
Fulham is back in premier league. They’ve transferred young midfielder Jean Michael Seri for £18m from Nice and Aleksandar Mitrovic from Newcastle.
Furthermore, they have skillful young defender Alfie Mawson and experienced goalkeeper Fabri that will certainly help the team not to concede many goals.
They also signed former Chelsea winger Andre Schurrle on a two-year loan from Dortmund.
Cardiff City signed Harry Arter on season-long loan from Bournemouth
Man City are odds on favourite to keep its PL title with Betzest valuing Pep Guardiola’s team at 1,70 to win the Premier League 2018/19 season title.
Liverpool are valued at odds 5 to win the title, which would be their first ever Premier League one. Jurgen Klopp’s teams last won the league when it was still structured as the First Division, back in the 1989/90 season.
Man United with ambitious Jose Mourinho as a manager have odds 8 to win the league.
Chelsea have odds 13 to win the title with new manager Maurizio Sarri, while Tottenham are 17 and
Arsenal will be eager to win its first title since the supreme season and Betzest has the London club down at 21 to win the league.