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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby HalfTimePie on Fri Aug 04, 2017 3:38 pm

1. Man Utd
2. Man City
3. Chelsea
4. Liverpool
5. Arsenal
6. Everton
7. Tottenham
8. Leicester
9. Southampton
10. Newcastle
11. West Brom
12. Bournemouth
13. West Ham
14. Stoke
15. Huddersfield
16. Palace
17. Watford
18. Burnley
19. Brighton
20. Swansea
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby Johnnyboy on Fri Aug 04, 2017 4:10 pm

Think the two Manchester clubs will be the teams to beat this season. They've spent big and their managers will be bedded in now. Cant see arsenal missing out again on top 4. Spurs to struggle at new stadium and teams around them strengthening. Newcastle my dark horses to do well. The other two promoted clubs, and then one of Burnley/Swansea/Watford/Bournemouth to go down. Think we'll do ok this season - steady in the league and maybe push hard in one if the cups.

1. Man Utd
2. Man City
3. Chelsea
4. Arsenal
5. Liverpool
6. Everton
7. Spurs
8. Newcastle
9. West Ham
10. Crystal Palace
11. Southampton
12. Leicester
13. West Brom
14. Stoke
15. Swansea
16. Watford
17. Bournemouth
18. Burnley
19. Brighton
20. Huddersfield


Be interesting to revisit this thread 10 games in and see if people stick to their preedos!
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby RayleighHammer23 on Fri Aug 04, 2017 5:20 pm

1) Man United
2) Chelsea
3) Man City
4) Arsenal

10) West Ham

18) Huddersfield
19) Burnley
20) Brighton
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby SullySpecial on Fri Aug 04, 2017 5:33 pm

1. Manchester City
2. Manchester United
3. Arsenal
4. Chelsea
5. Everton
6. Liverpool
7. Tottenham
8. Southampton
9. Crystal Palace
10. West Brom
11. Bournemouth
12. Stoke
13. Leicester
14. West Ham
15. Watford
16. Newcastle
17. Burnley
18. Swansea
19. Brighton
20. Huddersfield
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby bubbles1966 on Fri Aug 04, 2017 5:44 pm

Top 6

Top 3 - Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea
Next 3 - Arsenal, Spurs, Liverpool

The midtable lot: - 7th to 15th

Better this year: Bournemouth, West Ham, Leicester
Worse this year: Everton, Stoke, Southampton
Same as last year: Palace, WBA,

Relegation battlers:

Burnley, Huddersfield, Brighton, Newcastle, Watford

Us

Need to see the rest of the window but I think we'll finish 7th-9th. As it stands, I think we're perhaps the biggest improver in the middle group in terms of players. It's up to Mr B.
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby Puff Daddy on Fri Aug 04, 2017 5:54 pm

1) Man City
2) Liverpool
3) Man Utd
4) Everton
5) Chelsea
6) Tottenham
7) Arsenal
8) West Ham
9) West Brom
10) Leicester
11) Newcastle
12)Bournemouth
13) Crystal Palace
14) Southampton
15) Swansea
16) Burnley
17) Stoke
18) Watford
19) Huddersfield
20) Brighton
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby Longaz on Fri Aug 04, 2017 6:36 pm

1. Man City
2. Man Utd
3. Chelsea
4. Liverpool
5. Arsenal
6. Tottenham
7. Everton
8. West Ham
9. Leicester
10. West Brom
11. Newcastle
12. Crystal Palace
13. Bournemouth
14. Southampton
15. Watford
16. Swansea
17. Stoke
18. Brighton
19. Burnley
20. Huddesfield

Think Tottenham will struggle in comparison to their last couple of years due to playing at Wembley and not improving their first eleven.
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby Kev59 on Sat Aug 05, 2017 7:07 pm

Loving the positivity in this thread, seeing us in the top 10.

Shows you don't spend too much time on the transfer thread :D

Top 4

1) Man C
2) Chelsea
3) Man U
4) Liverpool

Us in 9th

Relegated - Stoke, Huddersfield, Watford
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby wizzo_66 on Sat Aug 05, 2017 7:22 pm

We've not got much better imo.

Hernandez and Arnie good signings.

Zabeletta semi retired and Hart a clown.

About the same again I reckon. Unless we bring in more at the back and somehow Adrian gets his chance ahead of Hart.

Keeping Hernandez fit is crucial. And getting Antonio back sharpish
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby GALF on Sun Aug 06, 2017 11:24 am

Top 6
1. Chelsea
2. City
3. Manchester United
4. L'pool
5. Spurs
6. Arsenal

City, for me, will still leak goals. Some games they will win by 4+ but lose the following week 3-2. I think they're going to be too inconsistent to win the league, although I've got them down to win the UCL.

Conte was a revelation last year and I can't see past his team again this year. The only question would be management of the team with the added European games.

I think Man United will lose few games but also fail to turn draws into wins on occasions.

Liverpool could finish anywhere, seem like an inferior version on City on many fronts.

Spur, as someone said, brilliant first XI but don't look to be strengthening at all. Would make top 4 if some depth is added. Wembley to consider too.

Arsenal only make top 4 if Wenger leaves.

We could finish anywhere from 7th to 20th really and I think this is a huge year for Bilic. We rode the crest of the Payet wave the year before last but came unstuck in many areas last year, finishing where we did by virtue of the fact that many teams were poor. The off-field issues wouldn't have helped, no doubt. I love his passion but as a Manager he still has a lot to prove I feel.

9. West Ham (optimistically).

Relegation (in any order)
- Swansea
- Huddersfield
- Burnley.
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby Korea Hammer on Sun Aug 06, 2017 6:53 pm

1. Man United
2. Man City
3. Chelsea
4. Arsenal
5. Tottenham
6. Liverpool
7. Everton
8. Leicester
9. Southampton
10. West Brom
11. Stoke
12. Watford
13. West Ham
14. Newcastle
15. Bournemouth
16. Swansea
17. Crystal Palace
18. Brighton
19. Burnley
20. Huddesfield
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby TheHandOfDog on Sun Aug 06, 2017 8:21 pm

1. Man Utd
2. Man City
3. Chelsea
4. Arsenal
5. Spurs
6. Liverpool
7. Everton
8. Leicester
9. Southampton
10. West Ham
11. West Brom
12. Bournemouth
13. Palace
14. Stoke
15. Newcastle
16. Huddersfield
17. Watford
18. Burnley
19. Brighton
20. Swansea
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby Pob! on Sun Aug 06, 2017 9:29 pm

1. Man Utd
2. Man City
3. Chelsea
4. Spurs
5. Le'Arse
6. Liverpool
7. Everton
8. Leicester
9. Southampton
10. Palace
11. West Brom
12. Bournemouth
13. Newcastle
14. Watford
15. West Ham
16. Huddersfield
17. Burnley
18. Stoke
19. Brighton
20. Swansea
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby traxop on Mon Aug 07, 2017 4:53 am

I think the top 6 picks itself with Manchester teams occupying the top 2. I expect it will be tight at the bottom, there aren't really any obvious contenders from last year's team now that Sunderland have gone down. As much as people are pointing to Swansea and Wattford, I think odds are that Huddersfield and Brighton will fill two of those spots. My pick for surprise relegation package must be Burnley, they won't replicate their home form and they haven't replaced what they have lost.

Really surprise at the number of people picking Leicester City as high as they are. I really like the Iborra signing as it shows that they are trying to rectify one of their issues from last season when Kante left. However they are now saddled with the Mahrez issue, either Roma(or Arsenal with a last minute swoop) get their man or they will have to deal with an unmotivated Mahrez for another year. I think Leicester are burning bridges regarding Mahrez. They conceived him to resign with them on the basis of "Hey Mahrez, just give us one more year" and now they've gone and slapped a 50M valuation and that pretty much limits his options.
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby Carey on Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:43 am

1. Man U
2. Citeh
3. Chels
4. Spurs
5. Liverpool
6. Everton
7. Arsenal
8. West Ham

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18. Huddersfield
19. WBA
20. Stoke
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby ads78 on Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:53 am

1. Man City
2. Man Utd
3. Chelsea
4. Arsenal
5. Spurs
6. Liverpool
7. Everton
8. West Ham
9. Southampton
10. Newcastle
11. Leicester
12. West Brom
13. Palace
14. Bournemouth
15. Stoke
16. Swansea
17. Watford
18. Burnley
19. Brighton
20. Huddersfield

Top 3 will be clear by some distance.

Good battle between Arsenal, Spurs & Liverpool for 4th, although there is the possibility of Spurs really slipping if the stadium move doesn't go well and Ali gets his head turned by Barcelona as they start throwing the Neymar money around.

We will be comfortable as long as Hernandez stays fit. Could see us getting above Everton if we sign another CF.

Newcastle to surprise a few people and make it into the top half.

Doing this made me realise how poor the bottom 7 teams are. Realistically think anyone from Bournemouth down could get relegated.
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby essexhammer90 on Mon Aug 07, 2017 10:38 am

1. Man City
2. Man Utd
3. Chelsea
4. Liverpool
5. Arsenal
6. Tottenham
7. West Ham
8. Everton
9. Southampton
10. Newcastle
11. Bournemouth
12. Leicester
13. Huddersfield
14. Crystal Palace
15. Watford
16. Stoke
17. Burnley
18. Swansea
19. WBA
20. Brighton

Chelsea benefitted from the lack of European matches last year and I don't think they've strengthened that much. Man City look very strong in pre-season and I think they'll hand out some hammerings this year. Spurs will struggle at Wembley.

At the bottom I think Swansea will finally make the drop but possibly Burnley if they can't replicate last season's home form.

Us a solid 7th, competing with Everton and Southampton but quite far behind Spurs in 6th.
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby TheOrgazoid on Mon Aug 07, 2017 11:54 am

1. Man City
2. Man Utd
3. Arsenal
4. Chelsea
5. Spuds
6. Everton
7. Newcastle
8. Liverpool
9. Southampton
10. WBA
11. Bournemouth
12. Leicester
13. Stoke
14. Watford
15. Palace
16. Huddersfield
17. Brighton
18. Swansea
19. West Ham
20. Burnley
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby Doc H Ball on Mon Aug 07, 2017 11:59 am

It doesn't really matter.

Thrills and spills please.

Somewhere between mid table and the bottom, as ever. The next level is an illusion.
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Re: Predicted Premier league Table

Postby artlin on Mon Aug 07, 2017 12:32 pm

MadMart wrote:West Ham top - couldn't give a flying **** about the rest



:scarfer: yeah!!

Otherwise, what is the point of supporting this club??
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