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Premier League Predictions! What do you predict the top 6 will look like?
legends16 10 months ago
Chelsea, England 38 762

So with the Premier League starting imminently, I thought now would be the time to start a thread where everyone could predict how the final premier league table will turn out.

Thought I'd do the whole hog because why not, but if you like just put your top 6 and bottom 3.

  1. Man City
  2. Liverpool
  3. Manchester United
  4. Chelsea
  5. Arsenal
  6. Spurs
  7. Everton
  8. West Ham
  9. Leicester
  10. Wolves
  11. Fulham
  12. Bournemouth
  13. Crystal Palace
  14. Huddersfield
  15. Newcastle
  16. Southampton
  17. Burnley
  18. Brighton
  19. Watford
  20. Cardiff
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JaapStam 10 months ago
Manchester United, Australia 2 268

Tiki - Tuchel is is France bro!

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tiki_taka 10 months ago
Barcelona, France 353 9439

I mean Unai Emery :D

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Emobot7 10 months ago
391 9632

@Tiki We knew, we're just kidding you. And setting thing right. :P

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nandaYNWA 10 months ago
Liverpool, Australia 87 928

1 liverpool
2 city
3 united
4 chelsea
5 tottenham
6 arsenal

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Eden17Hazard17 8 months ago
Chelsea FC 156 4214

Well, this is interesting...

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Emobot7 8 months ago
391 9632

Chelsea are doing better than I expected, they need to keep this up. :) And United are doing a lot worse than expected, they need to fix this somehow or this season will be one to forget. :(

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Croatian 8 months ago
Bayern Munich, Croatia 23 1323

I am very impressed with Chelsea too. I thought it would take more than one season for players to fully fit Sarri's system, but it turns out they are doing it quite well. With Hazard in great form and hopefully Kovačić fitting in, they should keep high level. There's still problem with rotations, that was his biggest mistake in Napoli, but now he has better bench, and I think he understands that rotations are much needed in his system.

Arsenal is getting those wins and it honestly makes me happy, Unai is doing good job, if it was still Wenger, Arsenal would probably be a lot behind Liverpool/City/Chelsea now. And I watched them yesterday, seems like Ramsey really doesn't fit his role and that Ozil should be shifted into middle, while someone fills the right wing spot (Iwobi?).

Shame to see Mourinho and United in general going into this rough patch. I think it's best for all that Mourinho leaves. He should maybe take a break, and carefully decide which team to manage this time. Also, I feel sorry for Martial who hasn't progressed much in last few years, I would actually love if he comes to Bayern one day.

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Eden17Hazard17 8 months ago
Chelsea FC 156 4214

Apart from United fans who are naturally right to back their team, how come many of you non-United fans put them in the top four. With the negativity around preseason, Mou's consistent third season syndrome and the lack of quality transfers, surely it was clear that they'd finish below City, Liv, Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs.

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the_bald_genius 8 months ago Edited
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I was thinking that spurs will fall apart with their thin squad, but you're right 3rd season mou's worst. it's amazing spurs can still keep their players with the wages and without winning trophy.

example, at spurs eriksen earns 1/4 of what alexis sanchez earns at united per week and look at the performances, just wow. eriksen has been staying for 5 season under spurs trophyless. I clap his loyalty to the club.

as things stands, 4th is for arsenal vs spurs.

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I was thinking that spurs will fall apart with their thin squad, but you're right 3rd season mou's worst. it's amazing spurs can still keep their players with the wages and without winning trophy.
example, at spurs eriksen earns 1/4 of what alexis sanchez earns at united and look at the performances, just wow.
as it stands 4th is for arsenal vs spurs.

I was thinking that spurs will fall apart with their thin squad, but you're right 3rd season mou's worst. it's amazing spurs can still keep their players with the wages and without winning trophy.
example, at spurs eriksen earns 1/4 of what alexis sanchez earns at united per week and look at the performances, just wow.
as it stands 4th is for arsenal vs spurs.

amir_keal 8 months ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2752

I put Liverpool outside the top 4 because I thought AFCON was still in winter, well I'd probably swap them with Spurs. I put Watford too low lol, excellent season they are having.

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Emobot7 8 months ago
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@Eden17 They finished second last season, they signed Fred which a lot said would fix a lots of Pogba's problem. I thought they would at very least make it top 4. :( On the other hand Tottenham who also barely signed anyone new are doing good so I don't think its a good argument. If your team already good and filled with talented player, you shouldn't need a lots of signing.

as things stands, 4th is for arsenal vs spurs.

Yep, pretty much whats it going to be.

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Ledley 8 months ago
Celtic, Australia 25 937

I don’t think City will win it. The rest idk 😐

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tiki_taka 5 months ago
Barcelona, France 353 9439

Liverpool are matching the expectations...

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legends16 14 days ago Edited
Chelsea, England 38 762

PREDICTIONS VERSUS ACTUAL FINISHES

  1. Man City - Actually finished 1st - difference of 0
  2. Liverpool - Actually finished 2nd - difference of 0
  3. Manchester United - Actually finished 6th - difference of 3
  4. Chelsea - Actually finished 3rd - difference of 1
  5. Arsenal - Actually finished 5th - difference of 0
  6. Spurs - Actually finished 4th - difference of 2
  7. Everton - Actually finished 8th - difference of 1
  8. West Ham - Actually finished 10th - difference of 2
  9. Leicester - Actually finished 9th - difference of 0
  10. Wolves - Actually finished 7th - difference of 3
  11. Fulham - Actually finished 19th - difference of 8
  12. Bournemouth - Actually finished 14th - difference of 2
  13. Crystal Palace - Actually finished 12th - difference of 1
  14. Huddersfield - Actually finished 20th - difference of 6
  15. Newcastle - Actually finished 13th - difference of 2
  16. Southampton - Actually finished 16th - difference of 0
  17. Burnley - Actually finished 15th - difference of 2
  18. Brighton - Actually finished 17th - difference of 1
  19. Watford - Actually finished 11th - difference of 8
  20. Cardiff - Actually finished 18th - difference of 2

Overall difference: 44 (average difference of 2.2 per team)

Not too ashamed of that; the big surprises were Fulham and Huddersfield doing much worse than I expected, and Watford doing a lot better than I thought they would. Other than that the only anomalies were Manchester United falling so far and Wolves doing a bit better than I thought they would.

Comment your overall difference if you predicted the whole league

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Emobot7 14 days ago Edited
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  1. Man City (difference of 0)
  2. Liverpool (difference of 0)
  3. Man United (difference of 3)
  4. Arsenal (difference of 1)
  5. Chelsea (difference of 2
  6. Tottenham (difference of 2)
  7. Everton (difference of 1)
  8. West Ham (difference of 2)
  9. Leicester (difference of 0)
  10. Burnley (difference of 5)
  11. Crystal Palace (difference of 1)
  12. Wolverhampton (difference of 5)
  13. Bournermouth (difference of 1)
  14. Newcastle (difference of 1)
  15. Fulham (difference of 4)
  16. Brighton (difference of 1)
  17. Wartord (difference of 6)
  18. Southampton (difference of 2)
  19. Huddersfield (difference of 1)
  20. Cardiff (difference of 2)

Overall difference: 40 (average difference of 2 per team)

Watford was really hard to predict to be fair. :U But yeah, I didn't get a lot of them right. Most of my prediction were close at least. My worse were difference of 6 and 5.

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  1. Man City (difference of 0)
  2. Liverpool (difference of 0)
  3. Man United (difference of 3)
  4. Arsenal (difference of 1)
  5. Chelsea (difference of 2
  6. Tottenham (difference of 2)
  7. Everton (difference of 1)
  8. West Ham (difference of 2)
  9. Leicester (difference of 0)
  10. Burnley (difference of 5)
  11. Crystal Palace (difference of 1)
  12. Wolverhampton (difference of 5)
  13. Bournermouth (difference of 1)
  14. Newcastle (difference of 1)
  15. Fulham (difference of 4)
  16. Brighton (difference of 1)
  17. Wartord (difference of 6)
  18. Southampton (difference of 2)
  19. Huddersfield (difference of 1)
  20. Cardiff (difference of 2)

Watford was really hard to predict to be fair. :U But yeah, I didn't get a lot of them right. Most of my prediction were close at least. My worse were difference of 6 and 5.

SunFlash 14 days ago
Manchester United, USA 16 3003

Man United 1-6
Man City 2-1
Spurs 3-4
Chelsea 4-3
Arsenal 5-5
Liverpool 6-2
Leicester 7-9
Wolves 8-7
Everton 9-8
Newcastle 10 -13
West Ham 11-10
Burnley 12 - 15
Bournemouth 13 -14
Southampton 14 -16
Watford 15 - 11
Fulham 16 19
Crystal Palace 17 - 12
Brighton 18 - 17
Huddersfield 19 -20
Cardiff 20 -18

41 difference. Big misses were on United (5), Palace (5), Watford (4), and Liverpool (4). Oh well, the United pick was more hope than expectation anyway, but not expect this shitty of a season.

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Ledley 14 days ago
Celtic, Australia 25 937

All (we) Manchestr United had to do, to finish top 4 was beat Cardiff and Huddersfield - Both already relegated.

P.s I love this thread. We all started off looking like geniuses ... 😂😂😂

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SarriBall 12 days ago
Chelsea, Italy 8 204

1- City
2- Chelsea
3- Liverpool
4- Arsenal
5- Spurs
6- Everton
7- Man Utd

lol at least I was right with a couple of things:

1- City to win.
2- Chelsea & Liverpool to make it top 4. I thought Arsenal would do better but I was wrong. (They could have, but bottled it).
3- Man Utd actually didn't disappoint here, from 7th and 6th not a big difference.

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amir_keal 12 days ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2752

City - 1
Liverpool - 2
Chelsea - 3
Arsenal - 5
Tottenham - 4
United - 6
Everton - 8
Wolves - 7
Burnley - 15
Newcastle -13
West Ham -10
Leicester - 9
Fulham - 19
Southampton - 16
Bournemouth - 14
Palace - 12
Brighton - 17
Watford - 11
Hudderfield - 20
Cardiff - 18

Total difference is 40

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