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Premier League 2012/13 Top 10 Final Table Predictions


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1] Manchester United  1

2] Manchester City  2

3] Chelsea  3

4] Arsenal  4

5] Liverpool 7

6] Tottenham Hotspur 5

7] Everton 6

8] Newcastle United 16

9] Sunderland 17

10] Southampton 14

Villa - 12th 15

Relegated - Reading, Wigan, Stoke 13

 

I'm fairly happy with mine.  I got the top 4 spot on, correctly named the clubs who would finish 5th, 6th and 7th (albeit in the wrong order) and got two of the three relegated clubs.

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1] Manchester United  1

2] Manchester City  2

3] Chelsea  3

4] Arsenal  4

5] Liverpool 7

6] Tottenham Hotspur 5

7] Everton 6

8] Newcastle United 16

9] Sunderland 17

10] Southampton 14

Villa - 12th 15

Relegated - Reading, Wigan, Stoke 13

 

I'm fairly happy with mine.  I got the top 4 spot on, correctly named the clubs who would finish 5th, 6th and 7th (albeit in the wrong order) and got two of the three relegated clubs.

 

 

that's impressive, even Villa's position could have been spot on during the last game of the season

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Mine were absolutely awful, looking back.

 

This post was fairly accurate though:

 

Some mental predictions in here already (imo)

Fulham 6th?
QPR 8th?

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1. Man City

2. Man United

3. Chelsea

4. Arsenal

5. Spurs

6. Liverpool

7. Newcastle

8. Everton

9. Villa

10. Fulham

 

 

Villa 9th????

 

Newcastle 7th????

 

U seem to know jack shit about football Mantis!  ;)

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Don't think many people in england, let alone on villatalk would have tipped qpr to go down, id guess they were 100/1 to go down at the start of the season.

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id guess they were 100/1 to go down at the start of the season.

As a newly-promoted side I can guarantee they'd have been nothing like those odds in the bookies. I agree that most of us expected more from them though.
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id guess they were 100/1 to go down at the start of the season.

As a newly-promoted side I can guarantee they'd have been nothing like those odds in the bookies. I agree that most of us expected more from them though.

It was there second season, spent a wodge on players, signed champions league winners from inter milan and chelsea, park, grenaro etc. 100/1 sounds about right to me

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I doubt they were anywhere close to 100-1 to go down

 

But would be interesting to see those pre-season odds, for everyone.

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Newcastle were 33's so I'd imagine qpr would be much shorter.

 

Edit - found some odds:

 

Southampton 11/8, Reading 11/10, Norwich 6/4, Wigan 6/4, Swansea 9/4, West Ham 2/1, West Brom 7/2, QPR 5/1, Stoke 6/1, Aston Villa 13/2

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I've had a quick Google search, earliest odds for qpr were from November when saggy chops took over, they were 11/1 to stay up.

Id guess wigan, soton, reading, west ham, villa, west brom, mayby swansea too had shorter relegation odds than qpr at the start of the season

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Ladbrokes 2012/13 odds to be relegated.

11/10 Reading

5/4 Southampton

6/4 Norwich

13/8 Wigan

2/1 Swansea

9/4 West Ham

10/3 West Brom

4/1 QPR

11/2 Stoke

7/1 Aston Villa

8/1 Fulham

9/1 Sunderland

20/1 BAR

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There's 3 relegation places so it's a 'place' bet rather that betting on the nose.

 

Most bookies will 1/4 the odds for a top 3 finish in a 20 horse race so if you think in terms of that, you can see why the prices are so short.

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