Premier League Kit of The Season 2019-20, first round

With the preliminary round done and dusted, it’s time to move into the competition proper.

There were a few one-sided affairs, with Crystal Palace’s third having an 84-16 win over Southampton’s third with white socks, Arsenal home (red socks) beating Manchester United away (black socks) by 83-17 and Liverpool’s home a clear winner against Manchester City’s third on an 82-18 scoreline.

Contrastingly, Crystal Palace’s away needed a replay before beating Arsenal’s third 56-44, following a 50-50 draw. Aston Villa’s away squeezed past Leicester City home (blue short) 51-49 and Burnley’s third beat Southampton’s fourth by the same margin.

Again, we used the Random Number Generator to carry out the draw – the 33 kits that received byes to the first round were numbered 1-33, the winner of the first preliminary round tie number 34 and so on. The pairings were taken by working horizontally, left to right, so the first clash is 57 (West Ham United home (blue shorts/socks)) v 43 (Sheffield United home).

First round

So that leaves the following 32 ties to decide. Voting closes at 7pm GMT on Tuesday, March 17.

727
West Ham United (blue shorts/socks) v Sheffield United home

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725
Chelsea home v Watford away

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719
Everton home (blue shorts/socks) v Watford third

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717
Everton home (blue socks) v West Ham United away

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717
Manchester United third v Brighton & Hove Albion home

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727
Aston Villa away (blue socks) v Tottenham Hotspur third

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714
Bournemouth away v Liverpool home (red socks)

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712
Everton fourth v Manchester United home (black shorts)

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700
West Ham United home v Norwich City third

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702
Tottenham Hotspur away (white socks) v Aston Villa third

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702
Crystal Palace third v Tottenham Hotspur away

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692
Sheffield United third v Aston Villa away

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692
Sheffield United away (black shorts/socks) v Liverpool third

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684
Manchester United home v Wolverhampton Wanderers away

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675
Wolverhampton Wanderers home v Bournemouth home

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683
Aston Villa home (claret shorts) v Arsenal home

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680
Norwich City away v Tottenham Hotspur home

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671
Leicester City home (white socks) v Liverpool home

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669
Manchester City away v Tottenham Hotspur home (navy socks)

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656
Wolverhampton Wanderers away (black socks) v Chelsea away

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663
Arsenal away v Watford away (white socks)

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648
Aston Villa home v Everton third

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649
Crystal Palace away v Manchester United away

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636
Leicester City away v Bournemouth third

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638
Manchester United away (white shorts) v Newcastle United home (white socks)

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629
Burnley third v Newcastle United away

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634
Everton home v Arsenal home (red socks)

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620
Leicester CIty home v Crystal Palace home

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623
Burnley home v Leicester City third

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619
Sheffield United away v Watford home

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613
Chelsea away (white socks) v Manchester United third (white shorts/socks)

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618
Chelsea third v Newcastle United third

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3 comments on “Premier League Kit of The Season 2019-20, first round

  1. Jonathan

    Not one of Southampton’s shirts made the cut. As a fan, that’s a little disappointing, but I’m not surprised. This year’s kits are not great, in my humble opinion.

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  2. Nik Yeomans

    Not too surprised the Chelsea home shirt failed to make the cut, though if the FA Cup kit had entered the competition would be already over.

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