The Premier League returns after an early season international break. A number of players are in line to make their club debuts as this is the first set of the fixtures following some transfer deadline day actions.
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Manchester United have been in the news a lot since last weekend – thrashed 4-0 by MK Dons in the League Cup hours after they broke the British transfer fee by signing Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid. They kick off this weekend’s action at Burnley. This is the final weekend of games for a fortnight as we go on an international break next weekend.
After a very profitable World Cup the Premier League finally makes its return this weekend. We hope you’re as excited as we are! We’re looking to continue what we’ve been up to for the past five years and make a living off of our bets.
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England’s untimely yet understandable exit from the World Cup has likely set in by now, with many fans already over the grieving process. The show must go on however and with 16 teams left in the competition, there could be a few more upsets on the cards as the remaining nation’s battle to progress to the last eight.
Chile and Brazil take to the field for the first of the Round of 16 matches and with both sides displaying plenty of creative flair, excitement and innovation, this game is shaping up …