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  • Updated: July 18, 2020

Official: Leeds United Promoted To EPL Ahead Of Next Season

Leeds United has been promoted to EPL ahead of next season after leading the EFL Championship table for the 2019/2020 season in the English Football. It has been 16-years long that played last in the English top tier football.

Leeds United was officially qualified for the biggest stage in English football when Huddersfield defeated West Brom 2-1, mathematically they are qualified for the competition and they were so happy to return to EPL. 

Watch out for this team........

After football restarted in June, Leeds United were outstanding winning 6 games out of 7 and drew just one.

Patrick James Bamford has been their highest-scoring player with 16 goals with 2 assists in the competition. EPL teams should watch out for him next season. The left-foot player is not new to the EPL having played at Chelsea, Burnley, and Middlesbrough. He was part of the team that won the UEFA Champions League and FA Cup with Chelsea in 2011/2012

He likes to cut, play short passes, counter-attack threat, and often shoots from a distance, all these qualities are those of a player from EPL teams.

Others likely to qualify for EPL also include West Brom, Brentford while Norwich has been relegated. Bournemouth, Aston Villa, and Watford are at the threshold of relegation and the next two fixtures for these teams would be crucial.


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