English Premier League – The youth’s favourite

English Premier League – The youth’s favourite

January 19, 2015 Off By Sukanya Bora

English Premier League 2014-15

The English Premier League season is here again, with a number of teams champing at the bit to claim (or reclaim) domestic league glory.

Manchester City is the defending champion after pipping a rampant Liverpool late in 2013-14, but it might not be a piece of cake to clinch the title for a second straight year with Chelsea, Arsenal and local rival Manchester United all strengthening.

Chelsea emerges as this season’s favorite with manager Jose Mourinho bringing in Spain’s super striker Diego Costa and former Arsenal midfield magician Cesc Fabregas into an already-strong squad.

Manchester United’s appointment of Louis van Gaal makes things even more interesting this year, after the calamity that was David Moyes’s only season in charge of the Red Devils ended in an ignominious seventh-place finish.

The EPL brings to us some wonderful games of football which is something to die for. The craziness of the game, the injury time equalizers, last minute winners, the thundering screamers, all the long yard goals, the entertaining celebrations, those ultimate skills displayed by the players, and everything else about it makes our love in our hearts grow more and more day by day with each passing season for the English premier league.

No doubt this league is the best and most watched football ball league in the world.


English premier league 2014-15 so far as on 1st January 2015.

  • 525 Goals Scored.
  • 200 Matches Played.
  • 2.6 average goals scored per match.
  • 74 goals scored from outside the box.
  • 367 assists.
  • 42 penalties awarded.
  • 33 scored.
  • 7.1 million fans attended.
  • 112 clean sheets.
  • 136 woodwork hits
  • 3734 shots taken.
  • 1640 shots on target.
  • 749 yellow cards awarded.
  • 40 red cards awarded.

Top Goal Scorers


Top four on the League table


We are just half way through the EPL season 2014-15 and the excitement continues to run in our veins as we move on for the other half of the season.

Keeping calm is what we can never do when it comes ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE .

The energy of the game is so high which you will never want to lose.

Watch EPL and grow your love for football.

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