Premier League

10 August13 May
29 Jan 2019 1X2
29 Jan 2019 1X2
19:45FulhamBrighton & Hove Albion
2.41
3.25
3.49
19:45ArsenalCardiff City
1.30
6.60
12.50
19:45Huddersfield TownEverton
4.60
3.55
1.98
19:45Wolverhampton WanderersWest Ham
2.09
3.65
3.92
20:00NewcastleManchester City
16.00
7.60
1.24
20:00Manchester UnitedBurnley
1.29
6.60
14.25
30 Jan 2019 1X2
30 Jan 2019 1X2
19:45BournemouthChelsea
5.50
4.20
1.72
19:45SouthamptonCrystal Palace
2.43
3.40
3.31
20:00LiverpoolLeicester City
1.25
7.00
16.00
20:00Tottenham HotspurWatford
1.75
4.00
5.50
02 Feb 2019 1X2
02 Feb 2019 1X2
12:30Tottenham HotspurNewcastle
1.44
4.99
9.20
15:00Crystal PalaceFulham
2.00
3.76
4.20
15:00Brighton & Hove AlbionWatford
2.90
3.40
2.75
15:00BurnleySouthampton
2.95
3.46
2.64
15:00ChelseaHuddersfield Town
1.19
8.67
21.00
15:00EvertonWolverhampton Wanderers
2.39
3.55
3.42
17:30Cardiff CityBournemouth
3.03
3.50
2.53
03 Feb 2019 1X2
03 Feb 2019 1X2
14:05Leicester CityManchester United
4.25
3.81
1.98
16:30Manchester CityArsenal
1.37
6.27
9.00
04 Feb 2019 1X2
04 Feb 2019 1X2
20:00West HamLiverpool
8.00
5.50
1.45

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About Premier League

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The English Premier League was established in 1992 and consists of 20 teams which play against each other 2 times which makes a total of 38 matches per season for a team. Since its establishment, the most successful club in the era is Manchester United, which was led by the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson. On the whole, 5 teams have managed to win the Premier League - Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea and Blackburn Rovers.

At the end of each season 3 teams are relegated to the Championship while the first two from second tier of English football are promoted to the Premier League. The teams from 3rd to 6th place in the Championship participate in play-offs and the team which wins them takes the last spot that gives promotion to the elite.

The most interesting fact about the Premier League and its establishment is that all 20 clubs are shareholders to the TV rights. This is important because that way each team is equal when it comes to money that come from broadcasting the matches. When we add to this the fact that the Premier League is the most watched football league, the finance status of the clubs is almost unreachable by other championships. For example, the team finished on 20th place in England receives almost as much funds from TV rights as the champion of Germany.

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