Sportsnet is proud to present its comprehensive and in-depth preview package of the 2018-19 Premier League season.
Sportsnet convened a special panel of soccer pundits and asked them to give their picks and predictions for the season.
Sportsnet chief soccer reporter John Molinaro offers his take on the 10 newsmakers who will define the season.
The Premier League’s transfer window has slammed shut, and Peter Galindo looks at the five biggest winners and losers of the Premier League’s summer transfer period.
A new season means new uniforms! Donnovan Bennett ranks the five best new kits for the upcoming season.
There is always one breakout player in every Premier League season. But which youngster will announce himself this year? Peter Galindo looks at the seven players under the age of 23 to watch this season.
Play-by-play commentator Peter Drury chatted with Sportsnet 590 the FAN about the new Premier League season, including the state of affairs at Manchester United, if Liverpool can be a major threat to Manchester City, which team will be first to make a managerial change, and expectations for the Wolverhampton Wanderers.
When the Premier League season kicks off, you may notice a certain Portuguese flair at newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers. Peter Galindo writes that this is all down to super-agent Jorge Mendes.
Vivek Jacob writes that it feels like the beginning of the end for Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, which may also be why it could be wise to expect quite the opposite.
ITV’s Mark Pougatch joined Sportsnet 590 The FAN to look ahead to the Premier League season, and discuss why he doesn’t think a World Cup hangover will impact interest in the league, and the biggest stumbling block that would prevent Manchester City from repeating as champions.
With Maurizio Sarri set to implement his 4-3-3 system he used at Napoli, Peter Galindo offers this detailed explainer on what Chelsea could look like under the Italian manager.
Forbes.com pundit Bobby McMahon joined Sportsnet 590 The FAN to provide his views on the issues surrounding Manchester United heading into the season and the expectations for Jose Mourinho’s side.
Vivek Jacob takes a look at Wolverhampton Wanders, Cardiff City and Fulham, the three sides that were promoted from the Championship to the Premier League.