6 things to look forward to in the new Premier League season 2

6 things to look forward to in the new Premier League season 2

The top scorer race, the reign of Erik ten Hag or the impact of the 2022 World Cup... can be considered big highlights in the Premier League 2022-2023 season.

More than 80 days after the end of the 2021-2022 season, the Premier League returns from August 5 with the opening match between hosts Crystal Palace and Arsenal.

Champion Man City is aiming for its fifth title in the last six seasons, facing fierce competition from Liverpool.

Haaland (left) and Nunez promise to heat up both the race for the championship and the Premier League’s top scorer in the new season.

Haaland, Nunez and the race for top scorer.

At the same time, Haaland and Nunez will make the race for top scorer more attractive.

Ten Hag’s reign at Man Utd.

The Dutch coach wants to bring his own brand of football, meticulously planned – something that Man Utd has lacked in recent years, and is expected to revive the club, after the worst season in foreign history.

Ten Hag made a strong impression when he helped Ajax win the Dutch championship three times in the last four seasons, as well as reach the semi-finals of the Champions League in 2019 – the first time since 1997. However, taking power at one of the clubs

Impact of the 2022 World Cup. The Premier League will have an extended break at the end of the year to make way for the 2022 World Cup. Because summer temperatures in Qatar are often over 40°C, FIFA decided to postpone the organization’s time.

The Premier League will pause after round 16 on November 13 to make way for the 2022 World Cup. After the world’s largest football festival in Qatar ends, the tournament will continue from December 26, with matches

It will be fascinating to see the impact of a six-week break on the player as well as the parent club.

Championship racing prospects of Arsenal and Tottenham.

Similarly, Arsenal also poured more than 100 million USD into the transfer floor to sign Oleksandr Zinchenko, Gabriel Jesus, Marquinhos, Fabio Vieira and Matt Turner.

6 things to look forward to in the new Premier League season

Tottenham’s Son Heung-min competes for the ball with Takehiro Tomiyasu during Tottenham’s 1-3 loss to Arsenal in the first leg of this season’s Premier League at Emirates Stadium on September 26, 2021.

This massive recruitment helps Arsenal and Tottenham be expected to be able to compete for the championship, or at least make it difficult for the two leading candidates Man City and Liverpool.

The battle for the top 4. In the Premier League era, the race for the top 4 to qualify for the Champions League is sometimes more fierce and stressful than the championship race, largely for financial reasons.

At least six teams, Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Man Utd, Arsenal and Tottenham, will compete for the top four spots.

The return of Nottingham Forest.

Despite being relegated in 1999, Nottingham Forest is still considered one of the traditional `big` clubs thanks to its historical achievements in Europe.

6 things to look forward to in the new Premier League season

Forest with rookies like Lingard (red shirt in the photo) and Dean Henderson promise to add spice to the new Premier League season.

Nottingham Forest had a big summer shopping spree, borrowing goalkeeper Dean Henderson and breaking the salary floor to sign Jesse Lingard to a one-year contract.

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