Today it is only one week left before the start of the Rugby World Cup 2016. This has nothing really to do with the Premier League, but it still has something to do with the Premier League as the country hosting the Rugby World Cup is England, and several Premier League stadiums will be used during the tournament.
The opening match in the Rugby World Cup will be played between England and Fiji on September 18th. The opening match will be played on the Twickenham stadium, a venue made for Rugby matches, but from time to time also used for big outdoor concerts.
Later during the tournament there are lots of matches that will be played, and some matches will be played on for example the Manchester City Stadium, the home of Manchester City, at the Leicester City Stadium, home of Leicester City, at St James Park, the home of Newcastle and at Villa Park, the home of Aston Villa.
If you are interested in Rugby and want to watch a cricket match online, then you can read more about how you can watch the Rugby World Cup online at www.watchworldcup.net.
If you would rather watch Premier League matches online then you can read more about that here on www.watchpremierleague.org.
And, do not forget that even though football is an incredibly popular sport, Rugby is as well, so if you want to get into the lives of the English people, you will need to understand and follow rugby in addition to the Premier League. Have fun!