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This Week: Back down to earth

This Week: Back down to earth

Welcome to This Week from Premier Skills English, a weekly review of football action for learners of English from across the globe. In This Week, Rich, Laura and Jack talk about the latest action from the Premier League and have lots of football English for you to learn.

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This Week: Back down to earth

Rich: Hello my name’s Rich and welcome to our weekly round-up section called ‘This Week’ on Premier Skills English. 

Jack: Hi there. I’m Jack. We’ve got lots of interesting words and phrases to help you talk about football in English.

Laura: My name’s Laura. If you want to listen and read at the same time we have a transcript of this podcast on the Premier Skills English website.

Rich: In Matchweek 6, Everton and Aston Villa’s unbeaten starts to the season came to an end, and there was a fantastic goal from West Ham’s Michail Antonio and a wonderful performance from Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha.

Jack: We’re going to look at three headlines from this weekend’s action and after each, we’ll look at a couple of useful phrases. 

Laura: We want you to use and practise these words and phrases by interacting with Premier League fans from around the world in our comments section.

Rich: If you listen to us on Apple Podcasts, you can leave your comments in the review section. We do read all the reviews and would love to hear from you.

Jack: You can find all of our latest content on the Premier Skills English homepage or the Premier Skills-British Council Facebook page. 

Laura: The words and phrases we are looking at this week are: to be brought back down to earth, in tatters, a spectacular acrobatic overhead volley, to pile on the pressure, to be rooted to the bottom and a reverse pass.

Rich: Later on we’ll also have a language challenge for you to have a go at so you need to be ready for that.

Headline 1

Jack: Everton and Villa brought back down to earth.

Rich: Everton and Aston VIlla’s unbeaten starts to the season came to an end in Matchweek six with defeats against Southampton and Leeds United. Everton lost 2-0 to the Saints with goals from James Ward-Prowse and Che Adams. Villa’s 100% record was left in tatters after a Patrick Bamford hat-trick gave Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United all three points.

Laura: Everton are still top of the Premier League - on goal difference.

Rich: Liverpool are just behind them after a come from behind 2-1 win against Sheffield United - it was a tough match though.

Jack: All good things have to come to an end I suppose and Everton and Villa will be very happy with their starts to the season.

Laura: Yes, the weekend results probably brought them back down to earth and back down to earth is the first bit of language we’re going to look at this week.

Rich: To come back down to earth means to start behaving in a normal way again after being very excited about something - to be brought back to reality.

Jack: Aston Villa and Everton fans and players were probably very excited about winning their first few matches but they have been brought back to reality by those defeats - they were never going ot win every match.

Laura: You can also be brought back to earth with a bump - this means coming back to reality with a shock. 

Rich: Villa fans were brought back to earth with a bump - a 3-0 home defeat is not what they were expecting.

Jack: The next phrase is in tatters.. We said that Villa’s 100% record was in tatters.

Laura: If something is in tatters it means it’s been so badly damaged that it cannot be saved.

Rich: Villa’s 100% record is in tatters - it is torn - broken. They can’t have it back.

Jack: We often talk about a person’s reputation being in tatters. This is especially the case with politicians or famous people.

Laura: A politician’s reputation will be in tatters if they are caught not telling the truth or breaking the law. Let’s move on to our second headline.

Headline 2

Laura: Antonio wonder goal earns point for Hammers.

Jack: Michail Antonio’s spectacular acrobatic overhead volley was enough to earn West Ham a point against Manchester City at the London Stadium. City equalised through Phil Foden in the second half and despite piling on the pressure couldn’t break through a strong West Ham defence.

Rich: A great point for West Ham but City will be very disappointed - City are down in 13th place.

Laura: Let’s talk about that goal from Michail Antonio because it was spectacular.

Jack: Yes, spectacular and acrobatic.

Rich: Overhead volleys are always good.

Laura: And that’s how we described it: a spectacular acrobatic overhead volley.

Jack: So, we’re using three adjectives here to describe a noun - a volley - which is a shot that is hit before the ball touches the ground.

Rich: Let’s think about adjective order. We say spectacular first because that is our opinion. When we have more than one adjective opinion adjectives usually go first.

Laura: We then use acrobatic. This could also be opinion but also describes the physical quality so goes after opinion - a spectacular, overhead volley not an overhead spectacular volley.

Jack: We then have overhead - an overhead volley. This describes the type of volley so goes closer to the noun and after the other two types of adjective that are used for opinion and physical quality.

Rich: If you want to learn more about adjective order Google ‘learn English vocabulary describing people adjective order’ and you will find more detailed information about this.

Laura: Our second phrase we want to take from the West Hm - Manchester City match is to pile on the pressure.

Jack: TO pile o is an informal phrasal verb that means to increase by a large amount.

Rich: We might say that a large company is piling on the pressure to make a smaller company agree to a business deal.

Laura: Or a country is piling on the pressure to force other countries to come to the negotiating table.

Jack: In football we’re talking about one team having all of the ball and putting pressure on the other tam’s goal. Manchester City were piling on the pressure in the second half but West Ham managed to get a draw.

Rich: They did very well. Let’s look at our third and final headline.

Headline 3

Rich: Zaha keeps Fulham rooted to the bottom.

Laura: A wonderful performance from Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha gave Palace all three points and kept Fulham rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table without a win after six matches. Zaha played a superb reverse pass to set up Jairo Riedewald for the first and scored the second himself as Place moved up to fifth.

Jack: A great win for Palace but Fulham can’t buy a win at the moment. They were piling on the pressure in the second half, too.

Rich: I like this phrase can’t buy a win - I hear it a lot.

Jack: Yes, it’s a phrase that emphasises that whatever you do or however you play you just can’t win or succeed.

Laura: There were a couple of other phrases in the headline we want to take a look at. The first is to be rooted to the bottom of the table.

Rich: Laura said Fulham are rooted to the bottom of the table. This means they are last and have been there for a long time. Fulham have been there all season.

Jack: It is used to emphasise the length of time they are at the bottom because roots are what trees have under the ground. When something is rooted it will be there for a long time.

Laura: There is still time for Fulham though. The season is only six matches old.

Rich: Our final phrase this week is a reverse pass. We said that Wilfried Zaha played a reverse pass to set up the opening goal.

Jack: A reverse pass is when a player runs in the opposite direction to where they pass the ball. It often tricks defenders, especially if they are watching the player rather than the ball.

Laura: OK. We’ve looked at three stories and six bits of vocabulary in our headlines. The words and phrases we’ve looked at are: to be brought back down to earth, in tatters, a spectacular acrobatic overhead volley, to pile on the pressure, to be rooted to the bottom and a reverse pass.

Prediction

Rich: It’s time for this week’s Premier League prediction. Last time Laura predicted a Manchester United win in a high-scoring match against Chelsea. How did it finish?

Laura: A goalless draw. I think we have a prediction curse.

Jack: Or maybe we’re just not that good at it. Let’s see if our prediction curse continues on Halloween weekend. Rich - which match are you going to look at.

Rich: Matchweek seven sees Manchester United take on Arsenal. Neither team scored a goal last weekend. United against Chelsea finished nil-nil and Arsenal lost1-0 to Leicester so at least one team should bounce back this weekend. I actually think it will be Arsenal. Arsenal seem to have a stronger defence and midfield this season and Aubameyang is due a goal. United are still having problems so I’m going for an Arsenal win in this mid-table clash. Final score: Manchester United 1-2 Arsenal.

Laura: Mid-table clash? Some fans won’t like that.

Jack: It is at the moment but it’s early days in the season.

Rich: We want all of you to make your predictions for Matchweek 7 on the Premier Skills English website.

Language Challenge

Laura: To finish up the show we’ve got a quick language challenge connected to this week’s vocabulary.

Jack: Earlier we looked at the phrase a spectacular acrobatic overhead volley.  

Rich: We used three adjectives: spectacular, acrobatic and overhead to describe the noun: volley.

Laura: We are going to give you three different nouns to describe and we want you to use three adjectives to complete the sentence.

Jack: Pele was ______________ goalscorer.

Rich: Manchester United played in a _____________ kit against Paris St.Germain last week.

Laura: Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was __________ match.

Jack: We want you to write your adjectives on the Premier Skills English website where we have some more questions and activities connected to this week’s show.

Rich: Or write your answer on Apple Podcasts if that’s where you listen to us. Just write the answers in the review section and say hi.

Laura: Before we finish we just wanted to say that we hope you found this lesson useful and we hope that all of you stay fit and healthy.

Jack: Bye for now and enjoy your football.

Headlines

Everton and Villa brought back down to earth

Patrick Bamford got a hat-trick as Leeds beat Villa 3-0.

Everton and Aston VIlla’s unbeaten starts to the season came to an end in Matchweek six with defeats against Southampton and Leeds United. Everton lost 2-0 to the Saints with goals from James Ward-Prowse and Che Adams. Villa’s 100% record was left in tatters after a Patrick Bamford hat-trick gave Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United all three points.

Headlines

Antonio wonder goal earns point for Hammers

Michail Antonio scored a fantastic goal against Manchester City.

Michail Antonio’s spectacular acrobatic overhead volley was enough to earn West Ham a point against Manchester City at the London Stadium. City equalised through Phil Foden in the second half and despite piling on the pressure couldn’t break through a strong West Ham defence.

Headlines

Zaha keeps Fulham rooted to the bottom

Crystal Palace fans love Wifried Zaha.

A wonderful performance from Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha gave Palace all three points and kept Fulham rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table without a win after six matches. Zaha played a superb reverse pass to set up Jairo Riedewald for the first and scored the second himself as Place moved up to fifth.

Vocabulary Alert

Language in the headlines

Jamie Vardy got Leicester's winner against Arsenal with a diving header.

We looked at six words and phrases in our headlines that you can learn to improve your English. Take a look at the phrases in bold. Do you understand what they mean?

Everton and Villa brought back down to earth after losing unbeaten starts to the season.

Villa’s 100% record was left in tatters after a Patrick Bamford hat-trick.

Michail Antonio’s spectacular acrobatic overhead volley was enough to earn West Ham a point against Manchester City.

City piled on the pressure but couldn’t break through a strong West Ham defence.

Wilfried Zaha gave Palace all three points and kept Fulham rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table.

Zaha played a superb reverse pass to set up Jairo Riedewald for the first goal.

Prediction

Premier League Predictions: Manchester United v Arsenal

Manchester United take on Arsenal this weekend. Who will win?

Manchester United host Arsenal in Matchweek 7 and Rich has made this week's prediction Here are the other Premier League fixtures for Matchweek 7:

Fixtures

Wolves v Crystal Palace

Sheffield United v Manchester City

Burnley v Chelsea

Liverpool v West Ham

Aston Villa v Southampton

Newcastle United v Everton

Manchester United v Arsenal

Tottenham v Brighton

Fulham v West Brom

Leeds United v Leicester City

Talk about the matches and make your predictions in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Language Challenge

Liverpool got back to winning ways with a 2-1 win against Sheffield United.

Jack, Laura and Rich set you a language challenge. We describe Michail Antonio's goal as a spectacular acrobatic overhead volley earlier in the podcast and we want you to complete three more sentences with multiple adjectives. Can you use three adjectives in each gap?

Pele was ______________ goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a _____________ kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was __________ match.

Write the correct answer in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Discuss

Talk about the headlines

Che Adams was on the scoresheet as Southampton beat Everton 2-0.

Jack, Laura and Rich looked at three stories in the news and some vocabulary that might be new to you. Now it's your turn! Have a look at the questions and write your answers in the comments section below.

  1. Have Everton and Villa fans been brought back to earth after the weekend results?
  2. Will Fulham remain rooted to the bottom all season?
  3. Talk about this week's Premier League matches and make your predictions.
  4. Can you do our language challenge?

Write your comments and answers in the section below.

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hsn's picture
hsn
03/02/2021
TR
5541
points

PHRASES;
• He was on the moon when his new shop sales for first five months was very high. In the end, he was brought back down to earth by economic crisis. His temporary success was in tatters.

• C.Ronaldo made a spectacular acrobatic overhead volley by jumping up more than two meters.,

• He is piling on the pressure to make her agree to divorce..

• This player rooted to the bottom of performance rank of the squad. He must be sent on loan to a lower division team..


hsn's picture
hsn
03/02/2021 18:55
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
5541

PHRASES;
• He was on the moon when his new shop sales for first five months was very high. In the end, he was brought back down to earth by economic crisis. His temporary success was in tatters.

• C.Ronaldo made a spectacular acrobatic overhead volley by jumping up more than two meters.,

• He is piling on the pressure to make her agree to divorce..

• This player rooted to the bottom of performance rank of the squad. He must be sent on loan to a lower division team..

Mon
01/11/2020
EG
2243
points

Manchester United 2-0 Arsenal


Mon
01/11/2020 15:53
Egypt
Chelsea
2243

Manchester United 2-0 Arsenal

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
31/10/2020
TR
6511
points

Language Challenge :
Pele was a ( gifted marvellous record breaker ) goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a ( new white and black zebra ) kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was a ( fully unexpected massive ) match.


mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
31/10/2020 14:40
Turkey
Manchester United
6511

Language Challenge :
Pele was a ( gifted marvellous record breaker ) goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a ( new white and black zebra ) kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was a ( fully unexpected massive ) match.

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
31/10/2020
TR
6511
points

Matchweek 7 Predictions :

Wolves 2-0 Crystal Palace
Sheffield United 0-1 Manchester City
Burnley 2-2 Chelsea
Liverpool 3-0 West Ham
Aston Villa 2-1 Southampton
Newcastle United 1-3 Everton
Manchester United 2-0 Arsenal
Tottenham 3-1 Brighton
Fulham 1-1 West Brom
Leeds United 2-2 Leicester City


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mobeckham
31/10/2020 14:34
Turkey
Manchester United
6511

Matchweek 7 Predictions :

Wolves 2-0 Crystal Palace
Sheffield United 0-1 Manchester City
Burnley 2-2 Chelsea
Liverpool 3-0 West Ham
Aston Villa 2-1 Southampton
Newcastle United 1-3 Everton
Manchester United 2-0 Arsenal
Tottenham 3-1 Brighton
Fulham 1-1 West Brom
Leeds United 2-2 Leicester City

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
31/10/2020
TR
6511
points

1. They have been brought back to earth after they were over the moon.

2. Fulham will be rooted to the bottom because of their lack of confidence and creativity.


mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
31/10/2020 14:30
Turkey
Manchester United
6511

1. They have been brought back to earth after they were over the moon.

2. Fulham will be rooted to the bottom because of their lack of confidence and creativity.

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elghoul
29/10/2020
DZ
3988
points

1. Soon or later they both would have been brought back to earth. It is better to know it just at the beginning of the road.

2. Fulham don't seem ready for any out rooting from the bottom. Clearly if there are not any change they should be relegated.

3. The newly promoted Leeds might be able to draw against Leicester.


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elghoul
29/10/2020 14:14
Algeria
Manchester City
3988

1. Soon or later they both would have been brought back to earth. It is better to know it just at the beginning of the road.

2. Fulham don't seem ready for any out rooting from the bottom. Clearly if there are not any change they should be relegated.

3. The newly promoted Leeds might be able to draw against Leicester.

elghoul's picture
elghoul
29/10/2020
DZ
3988
points

Pele was _the best historical multi-talented_____________ goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a ___beautiful new colourful__________ kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was __an outstanding unexpected __thumping______ match.


elghoul's picture
elghoul
29/10/2020 12:00
Algeria
Manchester City
3988

Pele was _the best historical multi-talented_____________ goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a ___beautiful new colourful__________ kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was __an outstanding unexpected __thumping______ match.

KUBA PL
28/10/2020
PL
1
points

Hi. I've just joined the community.

Wolves 2:1 Crystal Palace
Sheffield United 1:2 Manchester City
Burnley 0:2 Chelsea
Liverpool 3:0 West Ham
Aston Villa 0:0 Southampton
Newcastle United 0:3 Everton
Manchester United 1:1 Arsenal
Tottenham 4:0 Brighton
Fulham 0:1 West Brom
Leeds United 1:1 Leicester City


KUBA PL
28/10/2020 18:27
Poland
Liverpool
1

Hi. I've just joined the community.

Wolves 2:1 Crystal Palace
Sheffield United 1:2 Manchester City
Burnley 0:2 Chelsea
Liverpool 3:0 West Ham
Aston Villa 0:0 Southampton
Newcastle United 0:3 Everton
Manchester United 1:1 Arsenal
Tottenham 4:0 Brighton
Fulham 0:1 West Brom
Leeds United 1:1 Leicester City

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Rich
28/10/2020
ES
594
points

Welcome, Kuba!

Some good predictions although I'm not sure about the Everton and Tottenham ones. They may win but not so easily.

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team


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Rich
28/10/2020 22:57
Spain
Liverpool
594

Welcome, Kuba!

Some good predictions although I'm not sure about the Everton and Tottenham ones. They may win but not so easily.

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

erickpgd
28/10/2020
MX
21
points

Pele was spectacular goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a beautifull kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was unbelievable match.


erickpgd
28/10/2020 00:38
Mexico
Manchester City
21

Pele was spectacular goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a beautifull kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was unbelievable match.

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Robert Tavares
27/10/2020
BR
399
points

Hi everyone!
I think that the answers to the language challenge must be:

Pele was a brilliant intelligent Brazilian goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a horrible alternative white stripes kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was a wonderful exciting large score match.


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Robert Tavares
27/10/2020 12:59
Brazil
Leeds United
399

Hi everyone!
I think that the answers to the language challenge must be:

Pele was a brilliant intelligent Brazilian goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a horrible alternative white stripes kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was a wonderful exciting large score match.

Robert Tavares's picture
Robert Tavares
27/10/2020
BR
399
points

Hi there!

I'm looking forward to the next Premier League round. Manchester United v Arsenal and Leeds v Leicester will be great matches!
My all predictions are:

Wolves 1v1 Crystal Palace
Sheffield United 1v2 Manchester City
Burnley 0v0 Chelsea
Liverpool 2v2 West Ham
Aston Villa 2v2 Southampton
Newcastle United 1v1 Everton
Manchester United 1v1 Arsenal
Tottenham 2v1 Brighton
Fulham 2v1 West Brom
Leeds United 2v3 Leicester City

Can you see, a lot of drawns. lol
Bye!


Robert Tavares's picture
Robert Tavares
27/10/2020 12:39
Brazil
Leeds United
399

Hi there!

I'm looking forward to the next Premier League round. Manchester United v Arsenal and Leeds v Leicester will be great matches!
My all predictions are:

Wolves 1v1 Crystal Palace
Sheffield United 1v2 Manchester City
Burnley 0v0 Chelsea
Liverpool 2v2 West Ham
Aston Villa 2v2 Southampton
Newcastle United 1v1 Everton
Manchester United 1v1 Arsenal
Tottenham 2v1 Brighton
Fulham 2v1 West Brom
Leeds United 2v3 Leicester City

Can you see, a lot of drawns. lol
Bye!

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020
UA
6313
points

Liverpool 4 : 1 West Ham


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020 06:16
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

Liverpool 4 : 1 West Ham

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020
UA
6313
points

Aston Villa 1 : 1 Southampton

Newcastle United 1 : 4 Everton

Manchester United 2 : 0 Arsenal

Tottenham 3 : 0 Brighton

Fulham 1 : 2 West Brom

Leeds United 3 : 3 Leicester City


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020 06:15
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

Aston Villa 1 : 1 Southampton

Newcastle United 1 : 4 Everton

Manchester United 2 : 0 Arsenal

Tottenham 3 : 0 Brighton

Fulham 1 : 2 West Brom

Leeds United 3 : 3 Leicester City

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020
UA
6313
points

Wolves 2 : 1 Crystal Palace

Sheffield United 1 : 4 Manchester City

Burnley 1 : 2 Chelsea


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020 06:12
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

Wolves 2 : 1 Crystal Palace

Sheffield United 1 : 4 Manchester City

Burnley 1 : 2 Chelsea

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020
UA
6313
points

Manchester United played in an away kit against Paris St.Germain last week.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020 06:11
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

Manchester United played in an away kit against Paris St.Germain last week.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020
UA
6313
points

 Pele was a fantastic goalscorer.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020 06:07
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

 Pele was a fantastic goalscorer.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020
UA
6313
points

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was a high-scoring match.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
27/10/2020 06:05
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was a high-scoring match.

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wsanta
26/10/2020
AR
5086
points

Patrick's hattrick, I like the way that sounds :)


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wsanta
26/10/2020 22:27
Argentina
Leeds United
5086

Patrick's hattrick, I like the way that sounds :)

Vic
26/10/2020
MX
817
points

Pele was spectacular goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a overhead kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was spectacular match.


Vic
26/10/2020 20:37
Mexico
Liverpool
817

Pele was spectacular goalscorer.

Manchester United played in a overhead kit against Paris St. Germain last week.

Aston Villa’s 7-2 win against Liverpool was spectacular match.

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3hsn5541
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Country ranking
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4Serbia27426
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9Macedonia19074
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Club ranking
RankNameScore
1Manchester United143011
2Liverpool110506
3Chelsea89520
4Arsenal85712
5Manchester City58017
6Tottenham Hotspur19196
7Newcastle United10525
8West Ham United7579
9AFC Bournemouth4667
10Crystal Palace4486

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Improve your vocabulary.

Practise your listening skills.

Complete our language challenge and make a Premier League prediction.