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After two consecutive eighth-place finishes, Arsenal is looking to rejoin the top six of the Premier League in 2021-22, where it resided over the previous 24 campaigns.

Premier League odds, picks: Predicting who will win England’s top domestic soccer league in 2021-22 season

Widely considered the most competitive domestic league in the world, the Premier League returns to action with Manchester City looking for a fourth title in five seasons. Liverpool looks to get back to the top of the league after a historic 2019-20 campaign, while Chelsea and Manchester United appear poised to challenge for the crown as well.

Predicting Premier League, LaLiga, Bundesliga trends based on last season: Will Man City, Bayern repeat?

The European soccer season gets underway this weekend, with three of Europe’s big five leagues — the English Premier LeagueSpanish LaLiga and German Bundesliga — all beginning their 2021-22 campaigns. (The French Ligue 1 began last weekend, and Italy‘s own Serie A kicks off on Aug. 21.)

Before last season, I put together a big preview that involved different statistical factors: efficiency, ball control, field factors and regression-to-the-mean factors. The transfer window doesn’t close for a few more weeks, so the rosters aren’t all sorted out just yet, but as we prepare to dive into the marathon that is a European club season, let’s see what some of those stats — particularly that last category — can tell us about the season ahead.

Premier League odds, Prince-Wright’s picks

Premier League odds for the opening games of the season have been released, and we all know the bookies don’t always get it right and there is plenty of cash to be made.

Here are the latest Prince-Wright’s Premier League score predictions as the Premier League 2021-22 season is about to kick off and the EPL betting odds are all over the place with big signings galore and plenty of teams coping with players coming back late from international duty.

2021-22 Premier League Opening Weekend: Who’s playing, why it matters, and team info

The English Premier League is the largest sporting entity on earth, but for new fans of the sport the “soccerazzi” can be an intimidating bunch to try and learn the game from.

We take a look at some of those that will be amongst the favorites this season, and give a touch of background on what makes the teams in the EPL special.

Cartilage Free Captain predicts the 2021-22 Premier League table

It’s almost here! The 2021-22 Premier League season starts TODAY when Arsenal visits Brentford for a 3 pm ET / 8 pm UK kick-off. So now is the perfect time to reveal the Cartilage Free Captain table predictions for this coming season.

Each year the writers at Cartilage Free Captain put their heads together to come up with the best, most sensible, and perfect Premier League table predictions known to humankind. Actually, we don’t do any of that — we all put our predictions into a spreadsheet and let it average everything out, but don’t let that distract you from the mystique of our 100% correct predictions. A few days ago we also asked the community for your predictions on that handy dandy online poll. Over 650 of you responded, and the results are in.

2021 English Premier League odds, August 13 picks: Proven expert reveals best bets for Arsenal vs. Brentford

After two consecutive eighth-place finishes, Arsenal is looking to rejoin the top six of the Premier League in 2021-22, where it resided over the previous 24 campaigns. The Gunners are hoping the five-game winning streak with which they ended last season is a sign that they’re on the right track toward achieving their goal. Arsenal begins the quest Friday, when it visits Brentford for the 2021-22 Premier League season opener. The clubs haven’t met in league play since Arsenal posted a 1-0 victory in 1947 over the Bees, who will be making their Premier League debut.

$138m Jack Grealish transfer shows it’s business as usual for English Premier League’s elite

(CNN)It wasn’t that long ago that six of the English Premier League’s biggest teams — Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham — sparked outrage for signing up to the proposed European Super League (ESL).The closed shop for the continent’s biggest clubs was partly born from the desire to earn a larger slice of football’s mammoth pie and to create a more stable income during such uncertain times.

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