The 2019-2020 Premier League is the 28th season of the tournament, which is the top English professional football league. It was established in 1992 and Manchester City were the defending champions for the second successive year. It was probably the most awaited football tournament this year, but due to the worldwide pandemic, it was halted for over three months. This happened on the 13th of March this year after a number of players and club staff became ill. The initial suspension was extended to mid-June and the season started again with two matches on June 17. A full round of matches was also played over the weekend of 19-22 June.

There are three weeks of matches remaining in the 2019-20 Premier League season, and there is still a lot at stake and the standings are extremely tight.

Liverpool managed to nicely wrap up the season in a stunning fashion over Manchester City, who is the reigning champion and currently is in second place.

Three of the top four should stay at the top unless Leicester City surprises us. The race for the fourth and fifth place should be fierce, especially that we now know that fifth is not a Champions League place. Man City appealed over its European ban successfully, and this makes the whole season and fight for places even tighter.

There are still many teams fighting for the title and action is going to come fast and often. The league has put together a staggering schedule of kickoff times and here are the upcoming matches that can easily be watched online:

Tuesday, 7/21
  • Watford vs Man. City - 7 pm CET
  • Aston Villa vs Arsenal - 9:15 pm CET

Wednesday, 7/22
  • Manchester United vs West Ham - 7 pm CET
  • Liverpool vs Chelsea - 9:15 pm CET

Sunday, 7/26 - 5 pm CET
  • Chelsea vs Wolves
  • Leicester City vs Man United
  • Southampton vs Sheffield United
  • Newcastle vs Liverpool
  • West Ham vs Aston Villa
  • Burnley vs Brighton
  • Arsenal vs Watford
  • Man. City vs Norwich City
  • Crystal Palace vs Tottenham
  • Everton vs Bournemouth

Since the upcoming week is packed with matches, there is still time to make some money on your favourite teams. Many bookmakers are preparing promotions and all you have to do is find your favourite and place your bets. Matches can be watched live, and you can place in-game bets, or simply stick to your market of expertise when it comes to betting on football. Plus, you can take advantage of no deposit bonus, and really make some profit and try out your betting strategy.

The Premier League is almost over and the pandemic crisis hasn’t thrown off the game of players at all. Make sure to follow the matches online and place your bets and simply enjoy the game!