It’s been a year of big changes for England football and it’s time for the Premier and Scottish Premiership to go head to head in the last game of the season.
There’s been plenty to love and hate, but for many of us it’s also been a time to get a bit nostalgic and see what the new Premier League looked like.
Watch our Premier League preview for the latest on Sunday’s match between England and Scotland at Wembley Stadium.
The season began with a bang, and for many, the most surprising development of the campaign came in the form of the Premier league’s first ever Champions League final, which saw Liverpool beat Real Madrid 3-2 in extra time.
Weighing in at a staggering 4.7 million, the game will be remembered for both Liverpool’s thrilling comeback win over a Madrid side that were on the brink of their first Champions League elimination in more than a decade, and the subsequent run of form for the reigning champions.
While there was little surprise to see Liverpool secure a spot in the final against a Real Madrid side who were struggling for form, the Reds were given the green light to take the title with a 3-1 win.
Watch our Premier league preview for a look at how England fared in the Champions League this season.
England’s first Premier League final Since 2005, there have been just five finals between the two countries – but they have been the highlight of the year so far.
It has been an exciting, entertaining and competitive campaign and it’ll be interesting to see how things go in the second leg of the final.
It’s going to be tough, but I hope we can take the lead with our form and it will be the perfect way to end the season for us.
There was a lot of talk about a change of coach when Roy Hodgson took over in November but the players have remained united behind their manager and he is certainly in his first year in charge.
It’s a very good opportunity to start the season on the right foot and get some momentum back and I am looking forward to playing against Real Madrid.
A lot of things went right this season and there’s no doubt that we’ll need to do a lot better next season, but we’re still going to do the job, win the games, and get back to the top.
I think we can be proud of what we achieved this season, which is why I’m excited to see what happens on Sunday.
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How to watch England’s final match against Real on Sunday The first game of England’s season has come and gone, and so have many of the expectations for the club and its fans.
While there was plenty of hype surrounding the England side, there’s been no shortage of criticism from the English media about how the team’s performance has been far below the standard expected of the country.
It is no secret that many supporters feel the club needs to improve their performance at this time of the calendar year and it has been the subject of plenty of criticism by the English press.
This game has been a huge boost to my football career.
It means I can get back into the team and hopefully I’ll be able to take them to the final in front of a massive crowd and show everyone what it’s like to be part of the English national team.
However, with the Premier competition already under the spotlight, the expectations are high for the team as well as for the players.
The expectation for England at the moment is that they will win the Premier title and that’s where I think they will do well.
They are definitely capable of challenging for the trophy and hopefully the results will reflect that.
I feel like the squad is a bit lacking for a change.
We’ll just have to see if we can get our game together, but that’s a big game.
We have a good team and we have the quality, but it’s going back to basics for me and my team-mates.
We’re still very young, but there’s a lot to be excited about and I’m sure it will go well.
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