Here in this article, we discuss few things to look forward to in the first game week. We will discuss about Leicester City, Tottenham, And much more.
The pre-season games are finally over, and now it’s the time for the big stage, the Premier League. Almost every single fan is waiting to see their team kicking off the new campaign with a bright start, and even the teams will be looking forward to set a positive tempo for the rest of the season. Well, it is fair to say that this term, the teams will have to train harder than ever because the competition in the league has reached its limit.
The league is no longer is fought between 4-5 clubs, now it is a competition where every single team is capable of giving your team a run for their money. Some top class manager with some top class players have arrived and therefore, the expectations from the fans have heightened to a sky level. Just like last year, where Leicester clinched the title, we might witness some extraordinary players performing out of their skins and this is what makes Premier League beautiful.
The League will officially kick off on 13th of August and the very first game will be played between the Champions Leicester City and the newly promoted side Hull City, followed by the game between Tottenham Hotspur and Everton, the same day. A big clash on the very next day will be awaiting the spectators as Jurgen Klopp’s men will travel to the Emirates to face Arsenal.
This is no secret that the very first game will play a big-big role for all the teams, hence, we give you five things to look forward to this weekend’s Premier League encounters:
The man for the big occasions. The man, who has won it all. The 34-year-old, never aging Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has arrived at the Theatre of dreams with a lot of expectations, and every single spectator wants him replicate the same performance he gave with PSG. The big Swede made his mark in the United t-shirt without wasting any time, as he scored with an overhead kick on his debut, and soon after that, he scored the winning goal against Leicester City by overpowering Wes Morgan to clinch his first ever title of the club. Many footballing experts are putting their experiences over his move as some say that he might struggle in the League, while some are expecting him to play a great role in their title Pursuit. Well, unlike Ligue 1, he has many competitors in the Premier League for the golden boot, hence, we can assure that it won’t be a walk in the park for him in the toughest league in the world. Premier League demands more strength and it would be an interesting sight to see, how he adopt the game.