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English Premier League 2020

The 2019–20 Premier League is the 28th period of the Premier League, the top English expert football association, since its foundation in 1992. Manchester City are the safeguarding champions for the second progressive year, in the wake of getting the local treble the past season.

The season was ended for more than a quarter of a year, following a choice on 13 March 2020 by the Premier League to suspend the group after various players and other club staff turned out to be sick because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The underlying suspension; until 4 April, was then reached out to mid June. The season recommenced on 17 June, with a full round of apparatuses played throughout the few days of 19–21 June.

It was the main Premier League season to have a mid-season break in February. Three rounds of a typical round of ten were played toward the end of the week 8–9 February 2020, six games on the next end of the week 14–17 February 2020 and the tenth game, Manchester City versus West Ham United, was rescheduled from 9 February 2020 to 19 February 2020 because of Storm Ciara. Games played around the same time had separate time allotments to such an extent that the games didn’t cover.

In 2019–20 the video aide official (VAR) audit framework was presented. Changes to the standards influencing backpasses, punishments, handballs and replacements were likewise presented in 2019–20.

The Premier League season denotes the beginning of another three-year TV bargain. A key change is that eight matches will be appeared on TV at 19:45 on Saturdays over the season, communicate by Sky Sports. Further, Amazon communicate two rounds of apparatuses in December, including the Merseyside derby, denoting the first run through a whole round of live matches has been communicated locally.

On 25 October 2019, Leicester City broke the Premier League record – just as the unequaled English top-flight record – for the biggest away class win and equalled the greatest ever Premier League win when they crushed Southampton 9–0 at St Mary’s Stadium.

On 12 January 2020, in a 6–1 triumph over Aston Villa, Manchester City’s Sergio Agüero broke Thierry Henry’s Premier League record for most objectives scored by an abroad player. In a similar match, he additionally broke the record for most cap stunts scored by a solitary player (12), recently held by Alan Shearer.

During this season, Liverpool broke or tied a few Premier League record-breaking records, accomplishing a record-equalling 18 back to back successes before being crushed by Watford on 29 February. They have a progressing record of 22 back to back home wins,[15] and a record important lead in the table after a similar number of matches played (all records continuous, starting at 7 March 2020).

As a motion of solidarity following the demise of George Floyd, players’ names on the rear of their shirts will be supplanted with ‘People of color Matter’ for the initial 12 matches of the restarted season. The Premier League likewise gave their help for any player who decides to ‘take a knee’ previously or during matches.

Dates9 August 2019 – 26 July 2020
Champions LeagueLiverpool
Matches played290
Goals scored787 (2.71 per match)
Top goalscorerJamie Vardy
(19 goals)
Biggest home winManchester City 8–0 Watford
(21 September 2019)
Biggest away winSouthampton 0–9 Leicester City
(25 October 2019)
Highest scoringSouthampton 0–9 Leicester City
(25 October 2019)
Longest winning runLiverpool
(18 matches)
Longest unbeaten runLiverpool
(27 matches)
Longest winless runWatford
(11 matches)
Longest losing runBournemouth
(5 matches)
Highest attendance73,737
Manchester United 1–1 Liverpool
(20 October 2019)
Total attendance13,322,096
Average attendance39,312

Premier League

Founded20 February 1992; 28 years ago
Number of teams20
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toEFL Championship
Domestic cup(s)FA Cup
FA Community Shield
League cup(s)EFL Cup
International cup(s)UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
Current championsManchester City (4th title)
Most championshipsManchester United
(13 titles)
Most appearancesGareth Barry (653)
Top goalscorerAlan Shearer (260)
TV partnersSky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video (live matches)
Sky Sports, BBC Sport (highlights)
List of international broadcasters


Stadiums and locations

ArsenalLondon (Holloway)Emirates Stadium60,704
Aston VillaBirminghamVilla Park42,785
BournemouthBournemouthDean Court11,329
Brighton & Hove AlbionFalmerFalmer Stadium30,750
BurnleyBurnleyTurf Moor21,944
ChelseaLondon (Fulham)Stamford Bridge40,834
Crystal PalaceLondon (Selhurst)Selhurst Park25,486
EvertonLiverpool (Walton)Goodison Park39,414
Leicester CityLeicesterKing Power Stadium32,243
LiverpoolLiverpool (Anfield)Anfield53,394
Manchester CityManchesterCity of Manchester Stadium55,097
Manchester UnitedOld TraffordOld Trafford74,879
Newcastle UnitedNewcastle upon TyneSt James’ Park52,388
Norwich CityNorwichCarrow Road27,244
Sheffield UnitedSheffieldBramall Lane32,125
SouthamptonSouthamptonSt Mary’s Stadium32,505
Tottenham HotspurLondon (Tottenham)Tottenham Hotspur Stadium62,303
WatfordWatfordVicarage Road22,220
West Ham UnitedLondon (Stratford)London Stadium60,000
Wolverhampton WanderersWolverhamptonMolineux Stadium32,050

Personnel and kits

TeamManagerCaptainKit manufacturerShirt sponsor (chest)Shirt sponsor (sleeve)
ArsenalMikel ArtetaPierre-Emerick AubameyangAdidasFly EmiratesVisit Rwanda
Aston VillaDean SmithJack GrealishKappaW88BR88
BournemouthEddie HoweSimon FrancisUmbroM88
Brighton & Hove AlbionGraham PotterLewis DunkNikeAmerican ExpressJD
BurnleySean DycheBen MeeUmbroLoveBet
ChelseaFrank LampardCésar AzpilicuetaNikeYokohama TyresHyundai
Crystal PalaceRoy HodgsonLuka MilivojevicPumaManBetXDongqiudi
EvertonCarlo AncelottiSéamus ColemanUmbroSportPesaAngry Birds
Leicester CityBrendan RodgersWes MorganAdidasKing PowerBia Saigon
LiverpoolJürgen KloppJordan HendersonNew BalanceStandard CharteredWestern Union
Manchester CityPep GuardiolaDavid SilvaPumaEtihad AirwaysNexen Tire
Manchester UnitedOle Gunnar SolskjærHarry MaguireAdidasChevroletKohler
Newcastle UnitedSteve BruceJamaal LascellesPumaFun88StormGain
Norwich CityDaniel FarkeGrant HanleyErreàDafabetBest Fiends
Sheffield UnitedChris WilderBilly SharpAdidasUnion Standard Group
SouthamptonRalph HasenhüttlJames Ward-ProwseUnder ArmourLD SportsVirgin Media
Tottenham HotspurJosé MourinhoHugo LlorisNikeAIANone
WatfordNigel PearsonTroy DeeneyAdidasSportsbet.ioBitcoin
West Ham UnitedDavid MoyesMark NobleUmbroBetwayScope Markets
Wolverhampton WanderersNuno Espírito SantoConor CoadyAdidasManBetXCoinDeal

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Brighton & Hove AlbionChris HughtonSacked13 May 2019Pre-seasonGraham Potter20 May 2019
ChelseaMaurizio SarriSigned by Juventus16 June 2019Frank Lampard4 July 2019
Newcastle UnitedRafael BenítezEnd of contract30 June 2019Steve Bruce17 July 2019
WatfordJavi GraciaSacked7 September 201920thQuique Sánchez Flores7 September 2019
Tottenham HotspurMauricio Pochettino19 November 201914thJosé Mourinho20 November 2019
ArsenalUnai Emery29 November 20198thMikel Arteta20 December 2019
WatfordQuique Sánchez Flores1 December 201920thNigel Pearson6 December 2019
EvertonMarco Silva5 December 201918thCarlo Ancelotti21 December 2019
West Ham UnitedManuel Pellegrini[125]28 December 201917thDavid Moyes29 December 2019

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1Liverpool (C)3832338533+5299Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2Manchester City38263910235+6781
3Manchester United38181286636+3066
5Leicester City38188126741+2662Qualification for the Europa League group stage
6Tottenham Hotspur381611116147+1459Qualification for the Europa League second qualifying round
7Wolverhampton Wanderers38151495140+1159
9Sheffield United381412123939054
13Newcastle United381111163858−2044
14Crystal Palace381110173150−1943
15Brighton & Hove Albion38914153954−1541
16West Ham United38109194962−1339
17Aston Villa3898214167−2635
18Bournemouth (R)3897224065−2534Relegation to the EFL Championship
19Watford (R)38810203664−2834
20Norwich City (R)3856272675−4921


Aston Villa1–01–22–12–21–22–02–01–41–21–60–32–01–00–01–32–32–10–00–1
Brighton & Hove Albion2–11–12–01–11–10–13–20–21–30–50–30–02–00–10–23–01–11–12–2
Crystal Palace1–11–01–01–10–12–30–00–21–20–20–21–02–00–10–21–11–02–11–1
Leicester City2–04–03–10–02–12–23–02–10–40–10–25–01–12–01–22–12–04–10–0
Manchester City3–03–02–14–05–02–12–22–13–14–01–25–05–02–02–12–28–02–00–2
Manchester United1–12–25–23–10–24–01–21–11–01–12–04–14–03–02–22–13–01–10–0
Newcastle United0–11–12–10–00–01–01–01–20–31–32–21–00–03–02–11–31–12–21–1
Norwich City2–21–51–00–10–22–31–10–11–00–13–21–33–11–20–32–20–20–41–2
Sheffield United1–02–02–11–13–03–01–00–11–20–10–13–30–21–00–13–11–11–01–0
Tottenham Hotspur2–13–13–22–15–00–24–01–03–00–12–01–10–12–11–12–11–12–02–3
West Ham United1–31–14–03–30–13–21–21–11–20–20–52–02–32–01–13–12–33–10–2
Wolverhampton Wanderers0–22–11–00–01–12–52–03–00–01–23–21–11–13–01–11–11–22–02–0

Updated to match(es) played on 26 July 2020. Source: Premier League
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Season Statistics


Top scorers

1Jamie VardyLeicester City23
2Pierre-Emerick AubameyangArsenal22
Danny IngsSouthampton
4Raheem SterlingManchester City20
5Mohamed SalahLiverpool19
6Harry KaneTottenham Hotspur18
Sadio ManéLiverpool
8Raúl JiménezWolverhampton Wanderers17
Anthony MartialManchester United
Marcus RashfordManchester United


Raheem SterlingManchester CityWest Ham United5–0 (A)10 August 2019
Teemu PukkiNorwich CityNewcastle United3–1 (H)17 August 2019
Tammy AbrahamChelseaWolverhampton Wanderers5–2 (A)14 September 2019
Bernardo SilvaManchester CityWatford8–0 (H)[135]21 September 2019
Ayoze PérezLeicester CitySouthampton9–0 (A)25 October 2019
Jamie Vardy
Christian PulisicChelseaBurnley4–2 (A)26 October 2019
Sergio AgüeroManchester CityAston Villa6–1 (A)12 January 2020
Anthony MartialManchester UnitedSheffield United3–0 (H)24 June 2020
Michail Antonio4West Ham UnitedNorwich City4–0 (A)11 July 2020
Raheem SterlingManchester CityBrighton & Hove Albion5–0 (A)11 July 2020

Most assists

1Kevin De BruyneManchester City19
2Trent Alexander-ArnoldLiverpool13
3Andrew RobertsonLiverpool11
4Mohamed SalahLiverpool10
David SilvaManchester City
Son Heung-minTottenham Hotspur
7Riyad MahrezManchester City9
Adama TraoréWolverhampton Wanderers
9Harvey BarnesLeicester City8
10Emi BuendíaNorwich City7
Lucas DigneEverton
Bruno FernandesManchester United
Roberto FirminoLiverpool
Gabriel JesusManchester City
Sadio ManéLiverpool
Marcus RashfordManchester United
Bernardo SilvaManchester City

Clean sheets

1EdersonManchester City15
Nick PopeBurnley
Dean HendersonSheffield United
Rui PatrícioWolverhampton Wanderers
Kasper SchmeichelLeicester City
7David de GeaManchester United12
8Martin DúbravkaNewcastle United11
9Vicente GuaitaCrystal Palace10
10Ben FosterWatford9
Jordan PickfordEverton
Mathew RyanBrighton & Hove Albion



  • Player

    • Most yellow cards: 12
      • Luka Milivojević (Crystal Palace)
    • Most red cards: 2
      • Fernandinho (Manchester City)
      • Christian Kabasele (Watford)
      • David Luiz (Arsenal)


    • Most yellow cards: 83
      • Arsenal
    • Most red cards: 5
      • Arsenal


Monthly awards

MonthManager of the MonthPlayer of the MonthGoal of the Month
AugustJürgen KloppLiverpoolTeemu PukkiNorwich CityHarvey BarnesLeicester City
SeptemberPierre-Emerick AubameyangArsenalMoussa DjenepoSouthampton
OctoberFrank LampardChelseaJamie VardyLeicester CityMatty LongstaffNewcastle United
NovemberJürgen KloppLiverpoolSadio ManéLiverpoolKevin De BruyneManchester City
DecemberTrent Alexander-ArnoldSon Heung-minTottenham Hotspur
JanuarySergio AgüeroManchester CityAlireza JahanbakhshBrighton & Hove Albion
FebruarySean DycheBurnleyBruno FernandesManchester UnitedMatěj VydraBurnley
JuneNuno Espírito SantoWolverhampton WanderersBruno FernandesManchester United


1992–1993No sponsorFA Premier League
1993–2001CarlingFA Carling Premiership
2001–2004BarclaycardFA Barclaycard Premiership
2004–2007BarclaysFA Barclays Premiership
2007–2016Barclays Premier League
2016–No sponsorPremier League


11992–93Manchester United
21993–94Manchester United
31994–95Blackburn Rovers
41995–96Manchester United
51996–97Manchester United
71998–99Manchester United
81999–2000Manchester United
92000–01Manchester United
112002–03Manchester United
152006–07Manchester United
162007–08Manchester United
172008–09Manchester United
192010–11Manchester United
202011–12Manchester City
212012–13Manchester United
222013–14Manchester City
242015–16Leicester City
262017–18Manchester City
272018–19Manchester City