Premier League 2019-20 Points Table & Team Standings: EPL Fixtures Schedule, Live Scores and Football Match Results of The Current Season
Premier League 2019-20 kicks off on August 10 (Photo Credits: File Image)

Premier League 2019-20 Points Table & Team Standings: The English Premier League (EPL), or simply Premier League is probably the most-watched league around in the world and over the years, it's popularity has only grown. Last season champions Manchester City pipped Liverpool after a fiercely contested title race that went down to wire. In any other season, the Reds had enough points to clinch the title, but such was the quality of display from Pep Guardiola's men that the former finished second. The English league has a brand of football, which is not technically superior but extremely fast-paced and physical. The teams are quite competitive, and anyone can defeat anybody on their day. This makes EPL winners medal one of the most prized trophies for any professional footballer. In terms of Premier League standings, the top two sides qualify automatically for the UEFA Champions League next season while the next two have to go through a play-off stage to play in Europe's tier 1 competition. Premier League 2019-20 Fixtures Schedule in PDF for Free Download Online: Full EPL Time Table With Week-Wise Football Matches, Timings in IST and Venue Details.

Champions Manchester City did not do much business in the transfer window but roped in young midfielder Rodri. The 23-year-old is seen as a long term successor for Brazilian Fernandinho and could be a key man for City this season. They begin their campaign against with a trip to West Ham United, which not always an easy place to visit. Liverpool are involved in Friday night football against Norwich City which marks the first game of the season. The Reds just like Pep Guardiola's side have been inactive in the summer transfer window and seem to be trusting with the quality they have at disposal. In all likelihood, these two clubs will once again clash for the honours in the league.

Next up is the tale of three London clubs – Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspurs and Chelsea. With Chelsea, who play their first game against Manchester United at Old Trafford, struggling with a transfer ban – they did manage to get in Christian Pulisic. Arsenal have a been busy recruiting players with the likes of Nicolas Pepe, David Luiz and Kieran Tierney all moving to Emirates. They have been backed to finish in the top four by experts and begin their campaign against Newcastle United. Tottenham Hotspurs have a powerful midfield after the arrival of Tanguy Ndombele, and his impact can be assessed when Spurs host Aston Villa.

Manchester United have a world-class defence with Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan Bissaka certain to play a majority of the games for the Red Devils this season. Although their midfield and attack looks far from perfect, fans will be hoping Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is able to turn on his magic. The new clubs who are in the fray in league this campaign are Norwich City, Aston Villa and Sheffield United who all have prior experience of playing in top tier of English football. The 2019/20 season will see the presence of VAR, which will make things more interesting. There is also a winter break from this term, which is a departure from past traditions.