PHOTOS: Take a tour through the 20 venues of the Premier League

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With the Premier League season beginning in just two days, we’ve been having a little fun over at ProSoccerTalk.

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Over the last few weeks we have been churning out season previews — you can find them all here at PST Preview central — and we took some time to predict how the PL standings will look on May 15, 2016 after the final games of the 2015-16 season have been played.

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But where will the matches be played? Here.

Take a tour through the 20 venues which will host the critical matches of the 2015-16 Premier League

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Arsenal
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Name: Emirates Stadium
Capacity: 60,432
Year built: 2006
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Aston Villa
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Name: Villa Park
Capacity: 42,785
Year built: 1897
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Bournemouth
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(Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)
Name: Vitality Stadium
Capacity: 12,000
Year built: 1910
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Chelsea
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Name: Stamford Bridge
Capacity: 41,623
Year built: 1905
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Crystal Palace
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Name: Selhurst Park
Capacity: 26,309
Year built: 1924
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Everton
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(Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)
Name: Goodison Park
Capacity: 40,569
Year built: 1892
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Leicester City
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Name: King Power Stadium
Capacity: 32,500
Year built: 2002
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Liverpool
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Name: Anfield
Capacity: 45,362
Year built: 1884
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Manchester City
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Name: Etihad Stadium
Capacity: 48,000
Year built: 2002
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Manchester United
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Name: Old Trafford
Capacity: 76,100
Year built: 1910
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Newcastle United
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Name: St. James Park
Capacity: 52,401
Year built: 1892
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Norwich City
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Name: Carrow Road
Capacity: 27,220
Year built: 1935
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Southampton
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Name: St Mary’s
Capacity: 32,521
Year built: 2001
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Stoke City
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Name: Britannia Stadium
Capacity: 28,383
Year built: 1997
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Sunderland
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Name: Stadium of Light
Capacity: 49,000
Year built: 1997
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Swansea City
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Name: Liberty Stadium
Capacity: 20,814
Year built: 2005
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Tottenham Hotspur
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Name: White Hart Lane
Capacity: 36,274
Year built: 1900
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Watford
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Name: Vicarage Road
Capacity: 20,877
Year built: 1922
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West Bromwich Albion
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Name: The Hawthorns
Capacity: 26,500
Year built: 1900
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West Ham United
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Name: Boleyn Ground
Capacity: 35,333
Year built: 1904