With the international break over and most of the national teams now certain of their Euro 2016 chances, all eyes are back on the Premier League. After England finished their qualifying campaign with a perfect 10 wins out of 10, they are only the fifth team to ever do so, with only one other team to actually go on to win the tournament, which was Spain in 2012. The Netherlands on the other hand, are the biggest shock so far in qualifying, after failing to qualify for the Euros for the first time since 2002 when they failed to qualify for the World Cup in South Korea, and the last time they were absent from the European Championships were back in 1984.
With Jürgen Klopp being presented as the new manager at Liverpool, after replacing Brendan Rodgers, all attention will be on his new side as they hope to regain the form of last season. After almost closing in on the first title in 25 years, Liverpool lost two of their best players in Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard, Rodgers couldn’t repeat the same and fell woefully short on expectations. Klopp, who led Borussia Dortmund to back to back Bundesliga titles, is hoping to return Liverpool to its former glory.
Elsewhere in the Premier League, struggling Chelsea host Aston Villa, in the hope of regaining some of the form that saw them cruise to the title last season. After being humiliated in London by Arsenal two weeks ago, Manchester United are travelling to Goodison Park to take on Everton, in a match that could see Wayne Rooney return from injury, and a return to his boyhood club. League leaders Manchester City host Premier League new boys Bournemouth without reigning Golden Boot winner Sergio Aguero, as he is still recovering from injury.
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