With the 2017/18 Premier league season coming to an end for another year, excitement is now building ahead of the World Cup in Russia. England will be hoping for the likes of Kane and Sterling to continue their impressive league form on the biggest of stages. Sterling has been playing for one of the most dominating sides in Premier league history as Manchester City have been untouchable all year. They have broken several records in the process such as the most points in a Premier league season and most goals scored. There free flowing attacking football has been a joy to watch and is a clear indicator of the impressive performances that Pep has managed to get from his players throughout the year.
If they bring similar form in to next season then there is no doubt they are going to take all the beating again. The latest premier league betting at Betfair for next season has them in as 4/6 favourites which is a fair price considering the record breaking season they have had. So who could challenge them next season? The key challenge according to the betting looks to be Liverpool who following a PFA player of the year season from Salah are set to face Real Madrid in the final of the Champions league in Kiev. If they can continue to perform at this level in the league then there is no doubt they could be future league winners in waiting. Another threat will come from local rivals Manchester United who are gradually improving under Mourinho and will likely be strengthening the squad further this summer.
The Premier league is continuing to grow in popularity around the world and is now the most watched sports league in the world. With a potential TV audience of 4.7 billion and it being broadcast in over 640 million homes further backs up just how big the top tier in English football has become. With this being the case the TV deals mean that clubs are now generating vast sums of money and are able to invest in some of the top players from around the world and in their football stadiums. A clear example of this being the development of Wembley or the new white hart lane for example. So which stadiums make the select list of some of the top recent modern stadiums in the world? Check out the infographic below to find out.