Premier League return and The International Break

Premier League return and The International Break

The Premier League returned this week after the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Matches between Brighton vs Crystal Palace, Man United vs Leeds United and Chelsea vs Liverpool were postponed due to lack of police security due to the planned funeral. 

Aston Villa vs Southampton ended in a 1- 0 win for the home team after a first half goal from Jacob Ramsey. 

Nottingham Forest lost the battle of the newly promoted teams, Fulham coming out the victors 3-2. 

Man City won 3-0 vs a Wolves side that are struggling for goals. Erling Haaland with another, that gives him 11 goals for the season and is in stellar form.

Newcastle drew 1-1 with Bournemouth. Isak scoring on his home debut to clinch a point for the toon army. 

Spurs ran away 6-2 winners against struggling Leicester City. The foxes are rooted to the bottom of the table and will be using the International break as a welcome regrouping of the team. Spurs are in good form and with the Son Heung Min scoring a hat-trick they are going to be hard to stop in the coming games. 

Arsenal stay top of the table with a 3-0 win over Brentford, goals from William Saliba, Gabriel Jesus and Fabio Viera secured the dominant win for the gunners. 

Everton got their first win of the season in their game vs West Ham. New signing Neal Maupay with the clinching goal for the toffies. A win that leave the hammers in the relegation positions. 


The International break will occupy the next week, with England and Wales focusing on their last warm up games before the World Cup this Winter. The world cup takes place in Qatar and with England and Wales in the same qualifying group, it's almost guaranteed to get the Nation rocking. 

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