Again, apologies to those aficionados waiting on this, but we’re nearly there – of course, for the final two rounds of games we have to deal with teams previewing their 2019-20 kits.
Nevertheless, we’ll survive. Here is the catch-up since the beginning of April:
Liverpool wore their purple change kit for only the second time in the league as they continued to battle for the title.
Having worn mainly green and sometimes orange during the season, Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga wore grey at Anfield – the last ‘new’ kit of the season, excluding the premiering of those for next year.
One stand-alone game during April was Cardiff City’s 2-0 win at Brighton & Hove Albion, achieved in the same combination as they had worn at Manchester City.
As they had in the Champions League three days previously, Tottenham wore their third kit with change socks at Manchester City.
City’s neighbours United wore a change kit away to Everton for the first time since the 1963 Charity Shield and the game finished in the same scoreline as the match 56 years previously – 4-0 to Everton. United had worn an away kit at Goodison in 1979, but that was in an FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool.
Another mix of gameweeks as games in hand were made up.
Southampton wore their third shirt with the matching home alternative socks for the first time, while Manchester City wore white socks in the derby – United had used their default set against City’s navy at the Etihad Stadium.
A rare outing for Newcastle United’s beautiful away kit, while Kepa donned the grey kit again. Not for the first time, Manchester City wore their navy away kit with the match officials in light blue.