2019 was a rollercoaster season of emotions in Formula Two but from amongst the highs and lows, we have picked out our top three drivers from this season.
Arsenal welcome Manchester United to the Emirates Stadium in a blockbuster conclusion to New Year Day.
2020 kicks off with one almighty bang in the Sky Bet Championship as West Bromwich Albion meet Leeds United at The Hawthorns in a top of table showdown.
West Ham once again prepare to begin life under David Moyes as they welcome Bournemouth to the London Stadium.
Norwich look to build on a promising draw against Tottenham from the weekend as they welcome Crystal Palace to Carrow Road.
Carlo Ancelotti face his first major test as Everton manager as the Toffees visit Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.
Watford look to continue to their ‘Great Escape’ attempt as they welcome Wolves to Vicarage Road.
Southampton look to finish a solid festive fortnight on a high as they welcome Tottenham Hotspur to St Mary’s Stadium.
Newcastle United look to bounce back from two consecutive defeats as they take on Leicester City at St James’ Park.
Burnley look to start 2020 in style as they welcome Aston Villa to Turf Moor, as the Villains continue to scrap for survival.
Brighton & Hove Albion kick off 2020 and a new decade of Premier League football as they welcome Chelsea to the Amex Stadium.
Leeds United head into 2020 at the Championship summit after 2019 drew to a close with plenty of thrilling action throughout the table.
With 2019 drawing to a close, there has been plenty of highs and lows throughout English Football this year but just who has made our 2019 English Football XI?
Liverpool continue to lead the way from Leicester as teams faced the tough grind of the mid festive season, with several teams playing within 48 hours of their previous games.
Derby County welcome Charlton to Pride Park in Monday Night Football from the Sky Bet Championship.