Liverpool secured a first top-flight title in 30 years on Thursday night as Manchester City’s reign came to an end with defeat at Chelsea.
Liverpool’s record-breaking season has seen their first top-flight title in 30 years achieved quicker than any other team in history.
Sean Dyche promised to keep fighting for Burnley but stopped short of committing his long-term future to the club after overseeing a 1-0 win over relegation-battling Watford on Thursday night.
Jay Rodriguez gave Burnley cause for cheer after a tough week on and off the pitch as his 50th Clarets goal earned a 1-0 win over Watford.
Watford may be fighting for their Premier League status but in midfielder Will Hughes they have a player capable of becoming an England international – according to assistant head coach Craig Shakespeare.
Watford captain Troy Deeney has thanked the Premier League for giving the Black Lives Matter campaign such a high profile platform.
Burnley remain without Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood and Johann Berg Gudmundsson for Thursday’s visit of Watford but Phil Bardsley is available after agreeing fresh terms with the club.
Sean Dyche wants Burnley’s response to the ‘White Lives Matter’ banner which was flown above their match against Manchester City on Monday night to strengthen the club’s anti-racism message.
Brighton defender Tariq Lamptey believes the club’s efforts in lockdown are the reason behind their fine start since the resumption of Premier League football.
Kasper Schmeichel’s penalty save spared Leicester defeat against Brighton and Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers hailed his “world class” goalkeeper after the goalless draw.
Leicester’s limp towards Champions League qualification continued with a goalless draw against Brighton as Kasper Schmeichel saved a first-half penalty.
Watford assistant coach Craig Shakespeare believes the Premier League restart has had the feel of pre-season friendlies with slow tempo games and no crowd emotion.
Brighton manager Graham Potter has defended Neal Maupay over his role in Bernd Leno’s injury and believes the striker will continue to improve following his match-winning goal against Arsenal on Saturday.
Dennis Praet is available for Leicester ahead of the visit of Brighton on Tuesday.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has urged his players to focus as they chase a Champions League return.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson accepts their return to competitive action after a three-month break lacked cutting edge.
The relegation field in the Premier League is narrowing following big wins for Newcastle and Southampton which should keep them out of harm’s way.
The resumption of the Premier League continued this weekend and here the PA News Agency picks out five talking points.
Leicester midfielder James Maddison admits his joy at returning to Premier League action was short-lived as Watford earned a last-gasp point against the Foxes on Saturday.
The Premier League has not sought to take out pandemic insurance in the event of a fresh public health emergency wreaking further havoc on future seasons.