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English Premier League 2017/18 preview

ENGLISH Premier League 2017/18 preview

Everyone is already expecting the start of the 2017/18 Premier League and there is really a lot to look forward to. The Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City will try to replace Chelsea as the reign Champion and there may be also one or two other teams, which are going to surprise. Manchester United will try for sure to be better than last season, with a disappointing 6th place in the league table. As for the league newcomers, Brighton & Hove Albion, New Castles United and Huddersfield Town have replaced Hull City, Sunderland and Middlesbrough, which were relegated to the EFL Championship.

The full list of Premier League 2017/18 teams

AFC Bournemouth
Arsenal
Brighton & Hove Albion
Burnley
Chelsea
Crystal Palace
Everton
Huddersfield Town
Leicester City
Liverpool
Manchester City
Manchester United
Newcastle United
Southampton
Stoke City
Swansea City
Tottenham Hotspur
Watford
West Bromwich
West Ham United

 

Transfers activity from the 20 Premier League clubs for 2017/18

The summer transfer window is open until 11pm BST 31 August 2017.

We summarized below most important signings made by the 2017/18 season’s clubs which were know as of 10.30am BST, Thursday 27 July. ( Source: Premier League. Click here to see full list of transfers)

Arsenal (In)
Sead Kolasinac (Schalke) Free
Alexandre Lacazette (Lyon)

Chelsea (In)
Willy Caballero Free
Antonio Rudiger (Roma)
Tiemoue Bakayoko (Monaco)
Alvaro Morata (Real Madrid)

Everton (In)
Jordan Pickford (Sunderland) £25m
Davy Klaassen (Ajax) €27m
Michael Keane (Burnley) Rising to £30m

Liverpool (In)
Mohamed Salah (Roma)
Dominic Solanke (Chelsea) Free
Andrew Robertson (Hull City)

Manchester City (In)
Bernardo Silva (AS Monaco)
Ederson (Benfica)
Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur)
Douglas Luiz (Vasco De Gama)
Danilo (Real Madrid)
Benjamin Mendy (AS Monaco)

Manchester United (In)
Victor Lindelof (Benfica)
Romelu Lukaku (Everton)

West Ham United (In)
Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City) Free
Joe Hart (Manchester City) Loan
Marko Arnautovic (Stoke)
Javier Hernandez (Bayer Leverkusen) £16m

 

Interesting facts & statistics before the start of the English Premier League 2017/18

A look back on the previous season can reveal some interesting insights, which can be helpful for punters.

Top 5 teams with the highest ratio of home wins in the previous season

1. Chelsea; Tottenham Hotspur 89,47%
2. Arsenal 73,68%
3. Everton 68.42%
4. Liverpool 63.16%
5. Manchester City 57.89%

Top 5 teams with the highest ratio of home losses in the previous season

1. Crystal Palace, Sunderland 57.89%
2. Middlesbrough 47.37%
3. Swansea City; West Bromwich Albion; West Ham United 42.11%
4. Hull City; Southampton; Watford 36.84%
5. AFC Bournemouth; Burnley; Stoke City 31.58%

Top 5 teams with the highest ROI in home matches (all bets placed on home wins over the course of the last season) in %
1. Burnley 57.11%
2. Hull City 47.37%
3. Tottenham Hotspur 43.95%
4. Everton 35.32%
5. Chelsea 34.89%

Top 5 teams with the highest ratio of away wins in the season 2016/17
1. Chelsea 68.42%
2. Manchester City 63.16%
3. Liverpool; Manchester United 52.63%
4. Arsenal; Tottenham Hotspur 47.37%
5. Crystal Palace; Southampton 31.58%

Top 5 teams with the highest ratio of away losses in the season 2016/17
1. Hull City; Sunderland 78.95%
2. Burnley 73.68%
3. Leicester City; Swansea City; Watford 68.42%
4. Middlesbrough 57.89%
5. AFC Bournemouth; Crystal Palace; Stoke City 52.63%

Top 5 teams with the highest ROI in away matches (all bets placed on away wins over the course of the last season) in %
1. Crystal Palace 79.21%
2. Chelsea 20.42%
3. Watford 17.11%
4. Swansea City 13.42%
5. Liverpool 11.00%

Top 5 teams with the highest ratio of draws (all matches) in the past season
1. Manchester United 39.47%
2. Middlesbrough 34.21%
3. Stoke City 28.95%
4. AFC Bournemouth; Everton; Liverpool; Southampton 26.32%
5. Manchester City; West Bromwich Albion; West Ham United 23.68%

Top 5 teams with the highest ROI in draws (all bets placed on draws over the course of the last season) in %
1. Manchester United 74.87%
2. Middlesbrough 27.50%
3. West Bromwich Albion 16.97%
4. Stoke City 6.21%
5. AFC Bournemouth 3.32%

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