He’s only played 120 minutes of Premier League football, but already Richarlison is on his way to becoming a fan favourite at Vicarage Road.
Bournemouth v Watford
Bournemouth host Watford at Dean Court on Saturday, in a game that both Eddie Howe and Marco Silva will be keen to kick-start their respective Premier League campaigns.
So, the Premier League really is good isn’t it? The last time Liverpool went to Vicarage Road only one goal was scored. That goal from Emre Can may have won goal of the season, but it didn’t stop the game from being a muted affair. This game however, was very different.
After a dramatic, exciting, and most importantly, expensive pre-season the Premier League returns on Friday. Liverpool and Watford commence their respective seasons on Saturday at Vicarage Road, anxious to make their mark and throw down the gauntlet to other clubs for the coming season.
The main headlines throughout the transfer window are all about the big money signings made by the top teams competing for the title, but the signings of those labouring to stay in the league for at least one more season can also catch the eye.
Premier League clubs have been on a colossal spending spree already this Summer as we move into July and officially commence the Premier League transfer window.
Leicester City guaranteed their place in next year’s Premier League season with a well-deserved 3-0 win over Watford. Goals from Wilfred Ndidi, Riyad Mahrez, and Marc Albrighton put the Foxes on track to record only their second top ten finish in the English topflight in 17 seasons.