Premier League fixtures are out for the 2019/2020 premier league seasons. Once again, the big teams and others are ready to slug it out through 38 games, where one team lifts the crown at the end.
While everything seems jolly for all with hopes, newly promoted side, Norwich City seems to be out of luck. When you’re just promoted, the last thing you want is poor morale for your teams. You want to start strong and build up gradually, to ensure you understand the league and plan for progress.
However, with Norwich face five of the best top teams in the league, it seems they need to do more to prepare.
— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) June 13, 2019
Seasons start with Liverpool
Without any arguments, Liverpool is one of the best teams in the world right now, if not the best. They lifted the champions league and came second in the premier league with only one point short of Man City.
When asked about the Premier League Fixtures, Norwich City’s German club manager Daniel Farke said –
“We are not scared. We want to play against the best teams. We’ve worked extremely hard for his opportunity”
It is easy to say this but when you get to the field of play, you find out the story is not the same anymore. These teams ain’t here to joke at all.
Norwich City did well in the championship
Norwich City themselves have done well and Farke is right. They finished at the top of the championship very strong.
One player to watch out for in the Norwich City team is the Finnish player, Teemu Pukki. He finished with 29 goals, making him the highest goal scorer, both for his team and the entire league.
Fellow Scandinavian Striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has already tipped Pukki to shine in the premier league this season. Other players to look out for are Mario Vrancic, Marco Stiepermann, and Cuban-German player, Onel Hernández.