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Mack.
post Jun 5 2019, 11:41 PM
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Some decisions that go to the video assistant referee are to be shown on big screens in Premier League grounds.

Graphics will explain any VAR-related delay to a match, and any overturned decision, from next season.
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post Jun 6 2019, 06:25 PM
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Old Trafford doesn't have a screen inside the stadium where replays can be shown so it will be interesting to see how VAR will be implemented there. If you miss something that happened on the pitch then the only way to watch it back is by looking at the TV screens in the area where food and drink is served.
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post Jun 6 2019, 06:31 PM
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QUOTE(Houdini @ Jun 6 2019, 07:25 PM) *
Old Trafford doesn't have a screen inside the stadium where replays can be shown so it will be interesting to see how VAR will be implemented there. If you miss something that happened on the pitch then the only way to watch it back is by looking at the TV screens in the area where food and drink is served.


They've said the stadium announcer will be explaining what is happening over the tannoy. Be interesting to see how it works.
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post Tuesday, 02:35 PM
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Amazing that some people would believe this pile of......

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Opening Fixtures

Liverpool v Norwich City
West Ham v Manchester City
Bournemouth v Sheffield United
Burnley v Southampton
Crystal Palace v Everton
Leicester City v Wolves
Watford v Brighton
Tottenham v Aston Villa
Newcastle United v Arsenal
Manchester United v Chelsea
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post Thursday, 10:47 AM
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At least Brighton's last few fixtures aren't as bad as the last few seasons. For the last two seasons they have needed to go into those fixtures outside the bottom three to be confident of staying up. That isn't quite so essential next season. Obviously they still have to play all other sides twice, but it's always nice to have hope of getting some points out of the last few matches.
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A link to all of the Premier League fixtures for 2019/2020 season:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/premie...ixtures/2019-08

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post Thursday, 06:41 PM
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Wonder if sky make sure super Sunday on the opening weekend is purposefully two decent games!
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Rare you get a top 6 encounter on the first weekend actually. I know there was Arsenal vs. City last year but doesn't seem to happen very often!
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QUOTE(dobbo @ Jun 13 2019, 07:45 PM) *
Rare you get a top 6 encounter on the first weekend actually. I know there was Arsenal vs. City last year but doesn't seem to happen very often!


Liverpool played Arsenal a few years ago too.

Think I read that the Top 4 can't play each other, but they can play the Top 6. e.g. 1st can play 6th but 2nd can't play 3rd.

City could easily go on a 10 game winning run start of their season. Liverpool's run-in is difficult, added to the fact we will be off to Qatar in mid-December.
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A tough start for Manchester United having to face Chelsea in the opening match then playing Wolves away in the 2nd match. We've also got Leicester and Arsenal in the opening weeks of the season as well. Speaking of Arsenal their start is even worse than ours, they've got Liverpool and Tottenham in August then Watford away straight after that. Their April/May doesn't look too great either.
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post Thursday, 08:15 PM
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Yeh I know I'm biased but sky def have some say in the fixtures.

Don't think Liverpool will challenge this year with that bloody world club championship, the price of success eh?!
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There were a few seasons a decade or so ago when there was a strong suspicion that Sky had some influence on the fixture list. A number of the most attractive fixtures seemed to be at convenient stages of the season for a few years in a row. That has been less apparent in recent seasons which means that well-timed fixtures for next season may just be a coincidence.
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QUOTE(Steve201 @ Jun 13 2019, 09:15 PM) *
Yeh I know I'm biased but sky def have some say in the fixtures.

Don't think Liverpool will challenge this year with that bloody world club championship, the price of success eh?!


There is only us and City that will challenge, the other teams are way behind right now. I think the Club World Cup will be a distraction, but it also depends on other factors too. Totally agree though that it's not ideal. On the bright side it could be worse.
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Oh gosh.. this either means with the news Allegri is taking a year out.. enter Frank Lampard!?
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