FourFourThree has launched its new Premier League Season Review to highlight the Premier League’s major matches and offer fans an in-depth insight into the competition.
The new season will be available to download on Thursday, December 1, and will also include a comprehensive overview of all of the clubs in the top flight.
FourFourTwo’s new Premier Leagues Season Review gives fans an insight into every Premier League match this season, including the best goals, assists, red cards, goals from corners and more.
It will be accompanied by a number of exclusive articles and features, including a look at the best strikers in the division, who are the most dangerous, and who have the best shots.
“Our Premier League coverage is constantly evolving and we are constantly looking to improve the quality of our coverage, and this is a great opportunity for us to give fans an even better insight into what is happening in the Premier Le League,” said Ben Wood, Chief Executive Officer at FourFourtwo.
“The new Premier leagues season review is a must-read for any football fan who is following the Premier league closely.”
The Premier League has enjoyed its best Premier League campaign since the early days of the competition and is currently second in the table to Arsenal, with the gap narrowing in recent weeks.
It has scored more than 50 goals in each of the last three seasons, while only Tottenham have more than half that number.
The club is currently fifth in the league table, with a 2-0 victory over Swansea in the League Cup on Saturday making it one point behind leaders Leicester.
However, with Leicester losing all four of their matches this season and Swansea only scoring once, they are one point off the top of the table, two points off the play-off places and two points behind Manchester United.
“It’s a very, very challenging season for the Premier league and the best way to understand it is to get a better understanding of what is going on in the game,” said Wood.
“We’ve got to see how the Premier teams play in the second half of the season and we’ll be keeping you up to date with the best of the best in the first half of next season.”
I can’t wait to see what the season is all about and how it all shakes out in the coming months.
“Read moreFourFour2’s Premier League Review covers the last two seasons, from the Premier division to the Championship, and it covers a wide variety of Premier League players including:Defender Luke Shaw, who has made more Premier League appearances (20) than any other player (nine) since the season began, is the only player in the club’s history to have scored more goals (17) than assists (10) and has also scored more penalty shots (12) in a single season.
Defender Steven Gerrard is the last player in Premier League history to score more goals than assists, with five goals in 20 appearances this season.
He scored a goal against Leicester and a penalty against Swansea on Saturday and he has now netted five Premier League goals in his last six Premier League matches, including three against Manchester United on Sunday.
The striker, who had scored seven goals in 18 Premier League games before being loaned out to Swansea, has now scored five goals for the first time in his Premier League career.
Manager Ronald Koeman has made five changes to the team that beat Swansea at Anfield, with centre-back Scott Dann scored twice in his first game back at the Liberty Stadium, while defender Alex McCarthy, who missed his first four Premier League league matches with an injury, returned to the starting XI and scored his first goal for the club.
Midfielder Adam Lallana, who made his Premier league debut against Swansea, was also a late substitute, having missed out on the Premier Division title with a hamstring injury.
Defenders Kyle Walker and Phil Jones, who have both missed two games this season with injury, were also left out.
Defensive midfielder Dejan Lovren, who scored the opening goal against Swansea in his debut for the Swans, is also absent for the game.
New signing Leroy Fer, who joined the club on loan from Everton, was the only defender on the pitch on Saturday, with defender Alex Hleb scoring twice.
Midway through the first period, Liverpool defender Ross Barkley had a challenge on a deflected shot from defender Scott Sinclair, which landed in the net.
Klopp said in his post-match press conference that it was a very rare goal, but that he was happy to see it go in.”
There’s always an opportunity to score a goal when you play at Anfield,” he said.”
On Saturday I thought we did well to stay compact and get a lot of crosses and we did that.
The full match preview can be seen here.”
The goalscoring opportunities were really good, I was really pleased to see.”
The full match preview can be seen here.
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