Premier League kit-tracker, gameweeks 32-34

This is overdue, so apologies for the delay. The final four rounds of fixtures will be posted early next week.

The big kit occurrence of gameweek 32 was Chelsea wearing their new kit, which featured the logo of new sponsors 3.

Southampton wore their third kit – trimmed in navy – with the home socks, which have black accents, but otherwise things were straightforward.

The double-green goalkeeper match-up in the Villa-Wolves games was pleasing.

Matt Smith’s ratings for the away-kit choices were as folows – nearly a full house:

Wolves 3
Southampton 1
Burnley 3
Manchester United 3
Norwich 3
Leicester 3
Newcastle 3
Chelsea 3
Tottenham 3
Liverpool 3


For gameweek 33, Bournemouth premiered their new change kit at Old Trafford, while West Ham United wore blue socks against Newcastle United.

Matt’s ratings:

Brighton 3
Arsenal 3
Crystal Palace 1
Bournemouth 3
Watford 3
Sheffield United 3
Aston Villa 0
West Ham 3
Man City 3
Everton 3


Chelsea unveiled their new change kit at Crystal Palace in gameweek 34, though it’s intended to have navy socks as first-choice.

Burnley had to wear a one-off white fourth shirt with their home shorts and socks at West Ham as the Premier League felt that both their sky-blue away and dark green third would be troublesome.

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris wore his green European kit in the Premier League for the first time.

And another goalkeeping observation – Tim Krul wore a dark grey baselayer with his kit at Watford, though if you look at gameweek 32, he wore a light grey one away to Arsenal.

Matt judged the away teams’ choices as follows:

Chelsea 3
Norwich 3
Leicester 3
Newcastle 0
Wolves 1
Liverpool 3
Burnley 1
Southampton 0
Tottenham 1
Manchester United 3

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