Premier League new season, less than a month away

The English Premier League is set to restart on Friday, 13 August 2021, and fans could not be any more excited. Clubs are making major moves, and the whole of England is on a high after a big Euro tournament campaign, which ended in disappointment but was a mirror of how much potential English football holds for the future. Coupled with the evergrowing Fantasy season will be unmissable virgin bet offers to take advantage of and spice up the upcoming campaign for fans.

Manchester City goes into the season as the team to beat and one of few teams to not have a new signing yet. Guardiola's team is still the best in the league in terms of chemistry and individual talent, with Kevin Debruyne leading the team. Torres and Foden have enough bright light in them to sure up the offence, with Dias and Stones holding the back with Ederson. But it is the other Manchester team that is looking like all the talent is wearing red. Ole signed a new deal, and the Red Devils finally have Sancho on their payroll, in addition to World Cup winner Raphael Varane.

Raphaël Varane 2018 vs Argentina

Liverpool stumbled last season and will be looking to reclaim their crown. Klopp's men will get a boost right off the bat with Virgil Van Dijk returning after season-ending injury very early last year. The Reds have added young defender Ibrahim Konate to their ranks, and his potential should be exciting to watch. Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain is changing and could be a more potent offensive threat to pair with Jota, Mane, and Salah. The Blue side of Merseyside has Liverpool legend Rafa Benitez as their manager now, and he seems ready to make Blue the new colour of the town. The Everton fans are still warming up to the idea, and Benitez may be on a short leash, but three signings already, while still holding on to Real Madrid interest, Richarlison, should be a good start.

The new season kicks off with new boys Brentford taking on Arteta's Arsenal. Nicholas Pepe, Emile Smith-Rowe, and Martinelli will be the ones to watch for the Gunners this season. Manchester United will kick off their campaign against Leeds United. Bielsa will once again look to Bamford in attack and Meslier in goal to be key men. Chelsea will take on Crystal Palace, as they look to mount a title challenge, while Everton opens against Southampton. Aston Villa showed some promise last season, and if they can keep Jack Grealish, it should be an improvement. The surprise team of last season, West Ham United, will no longer have one of the men who sparked them, Jesse Lingard, who was on loan, but they still have David Moyes.