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Premier League 2019-20: What's new this season?

Image result for Manchester City earned a combined 198 points in the last two seasons
Manchester City earned a combined 198 points in the last two seasons

The Premier League commences this end of the week as Manchester City offer to win the title for a third back to back year. 

Liverpool, last season's other participants, open the crusade on Friday against Norwich (20:00 BST), with City at West Ham on Saturday (12:30 BST). 

A few new laws, in addition to video right hand refs, have been acquainted with England's top flight this season. 

Eleven of the 20 clubs broke their exchange record, while there have been three new administrative appointments.Domestic treble victors City, who have gotten 198 points in the previous two seasons, are offering to turn into the primary group to win three Premier League titles in succession since Manchester United's cap stunt of titles from 2007 to 2009. 

European victors Liverpool, who earned 97 last season - a record high for sprinters up in any of Europe's best five associations - are tipped to be their fundamental opponents once more. 

Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal are different groups expected to fight for Champions League places. 

There has been the standard high turnover of players, groups and administrators this late spring. 

Britain protector Harry Maguire's £80m change from Leicester to Manchester United was the greatest Premier League marking of the late spring, while they sold striker Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan for £74m. 

Arms stockpile burned through £72m to sign Lille winger Nicolas Pepe, while Manchester City purchased Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodri for £62.8m and Juventus appropriate back Joao Cancelo for £60m. Goads burned through £53.8m on Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. That was their first-group marking since January 2018. 

The other greatest exchanges are Manchester United ideal back Aaron Wan-Bissaka (£50m from Crystal Palace), West Ham striker Sebastien Haller (£45m from Eintracht Frankfurt), Newcastle striker Joelinton (£40m from Hoffenheim) and Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans (revealed £40m). 

Chelsea additionally burned through £40m on Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic regardless of having an exchange ban. He was at that point enlisted with the club from last season's advance arrangement. 

Advanced Sheffield United broke their exchange record multiple times, while Aston Villa spent over £100m. The third advanced group, Norwich, have gotten 11 players, yet for the most part for littler charges, advances or free transfers.Chelsea, Newcastle and Brighton all have new administrators. Maurizio Sarri left Chelsea for Juventus and was supplanted by their record-breaking top scorer Frank Lampard, who was Derby administrator last season. 

Rafael Benitez left the Magpies toward the finish of his agreement and was supplanted by Sheffield Wednesday supervisor Steve Bruce, while the Seagulls sacked Chris Hughton and procured Swansea's Graham Potter. 

Potter, Lampard, Aston Villa supervisor Dean Smith, Sheffield United's Chris Wilder and Daniel Farke of Norwich are on the whole overseeing in the Premier League for the first time.The video associate ref framework which has turned out to be typical somewhere else in football is being utilized in the Premier League this season just because. 

The Premier League's core value is that it be utilized for "clear and evident blunders" and "genuine missed occurrences" in four kinds of match-evolving episodes: objectives, punishments, straight red cards and mixed up personality. 

It plans to utilize VAR less every now and again that some different rivalries to accomplish "least impedance" to the game. 


Twelve new football laws came in this mid year so will make their presentation in the Premier League from Friday. 

Among them are a change to the wording of the handball law. Unplanned handball is currently an offense on the off chance that it prompts an objective, if a player's arm or hand is over their shoulder, or in the event that it makes their body "unnaturally greater". 

Drop balls will currently be uncontested, objective kicks can be taken to a partner in the crate, assaulting groups can't put their players in a protective free-kick divider and mentors can be reserved - as Manchester City supervisor Pep Guardiola was in the Community Shield. 


There will be a winter break just because, despite the fact that there will in any case be Premier League games on its two days. Five games will be played on the few days of 8 February, with the other five on the next week. Every one of the games will be appeared on TV. 

That implies every one of the 20 clubs will get two weeks off between Premier League games, in spite of the fact that groups won't find which end of the week they will play on until December. 

A minor change - and one that has never been required - sees the Premier League factor in no holds barred outcomes to separate groups level on focuses, objective distinction and objectives scored.

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