With the 19/20 Premier League season only just finishing a couple weeks ago due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the players only have four weeks off until the next season gets underway again on 12th September. Today we look into a little bit more detail who has the easiest and hardest starts to the up and coming season.

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Firstly we look at the toughest starts to the new season – Sheffield United will be hoping to avoid the second season curse in which many have survived the drop with their first season in the Premier League but then struggled and find themselves in a relegation battle in the second season. They face Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea consecutively in a row within the first eight games, alongside Arsenal and Wolves; it’s a tough start to the season for Chris Wilder and his men.

West Ham also will be looking to improve on last season’s battle in which they found themselves in a relegation battle right up until the final day of the season. In their first seven games of the season, they face Arsenal, Wolves, Leicester, Manchester City and Liverpool – a very sticky start also and something we believe they’ll struggle with.

Looking to the more favourable fixtures, Wolves seem to start the season with lovely fixtures in their first eight; in fact in a run of fixtures that is West Ham, Fulham, Leeds, Newcastle and Palace, they’ll be looking to build confidence before facing European competitors Southampton and Leicester later on.

Finally, Manchester United start the season with a favourable trio of Burnley, Palace and Brighton which you’ve expect the Red Devils to claim 9 points as the competition then hots up as they face Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal in three out of the next four game so will want to get off to a flyer.