So, who is going to win the Premier League this season? That’s right, you haven’t got a solid answer. It’s okay. Most people haven’t. And that’s incredibly exciting. As Jenna Corrado and I discussed in the latest PST Extra (watch by clicking play, above), it is tough to remember any Premier League season in history being this competitive at the top end of the table. A unique set of circumstances has created what could be described as a “perfect storm” for the 2016-17 campaign. Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City all have new managers and are taking time to settle down. The projects at Tottenham and Liverpool are in full flow. Arsenal’s squad is looking better balanced than ever. Chelsea
Cameron Carter-Vickers attempted a challenge against Liverpool’s Divock Origi. American central defender Cameron Carter-Vickers, the 18-year-old who was born in England but whose father was an American basketball player in Europe, played in his second game for Tottenham Hotspurs’ senior team on Tuesday. Carter-Vickers remains committed to the United States national team program, which he has represented at the under-18, under-20 and under-23 levels, although he could still file for a one-time switch to England.
Oct 25 (Gracenote) - Results from the English League Cup 4th Round matches on Tuesday 4th Round Tuesday, October 25 Arsenal - Reading (II) 2-0 (halftime: 1-0) Bristol City (II) - Hull