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2013/2014 Final PL Table Predictions


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It's always amusing to do this and then look back at what a fool you are at the end of the season. Last year in particular I was absolutely miles off. In the spirit that things can only get better...

 

1. Chelsea

2. Man City

3. Man Utd

4. Spurs

5. Arsenal

6. Liverpool

7. Swansea

8. Everton

9. Aston Villa

10. Southampton

11. West Ham

12. Norwich

13. Fulham

14. Newcastle

15. Sunderland

16. Cardiff

17. West Brom

18. Stoke

19. Hull 

20. Palace

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1- Chelsea

2- United

3- City

4- Spurs

5- Arsenal

6- Liverpool

7- Swansea

8- Norwich

9- Southampton

10-West Ham

11- Aston Villa

12- Everton

13- Cardiff

14- Fulham

15- Stoke

16- West Brom

17- Sunderland

18- Newcastle

19- Hull

20- Palace

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1. Chelsea

2. Man City

3. Man Utd

4. Liverpool

5. Spurs

6. Arsenal

7. Swansea

8. Villa

9. Everton

10. West Ham

11. Southampton

12. Norwich

13. Fulham

14. Newcastle

15. Sunderland

16. Cardiff

17. West Brom

18. Stoke

19. Hull 

20. Palace

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1. Chelsea

2. Man City

3. Man Utd

4. Spurs

5. Arsenal

6. Liverpool

7. Everton

8. Swansea

9. West Ham

10. Villa

11. Norwich

12. Newcastle

13. West Brom

14. Sunderland

15. Fulham

16. Cardiff

17. Southampton

18. Hull

19.  Stoke

20. Palace

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Chelsea

Citeh

Utd

Spurs

Arse

Liv

Aston Villa Football Club

Swan

Wham

Ev

Nor

Ful

Stn

WBA

Sun

Crdf

Stoke

Newc

Hull

Cpal

You're right about looking back at your (as in my own) foolishness. I look forward to it.

Edited by ArteSuave
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Teams within the tiers pretty interchangeable. 

 

1. Chelsea

2. Man City

 

3. Man Utd

 

4. Arsenal

5. Spurs

6. Liverpool

 

7. Everton

 

8. AVFC

9. Swansea

10. West Ham

11. Southampton

12. Norwich

 

13. West Brom

14. Newcastle

15. Sunderland

16. Fulham

 

17. Cardiff

18. Hull

19. Stoke

20. Crystal Palace

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Chelsea

Man Utd

Man City

Arsenal

Spurs

Liverpool

Everton

Then in no particular order safely mid table

Villa

West ham

Fulham

Stoke

Struggling but will be safe

Newcastle

Swansea

Sunderland

Norwich

Southampton

West Brom

Cardiff

Hull

Crystal Palace

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1.Chelsea

2.Man city

3.Arsenal

4.Man united

5.Spurs

6.Liverpool

7.Southampton

8.Swansea

9.Everton

10.Villa

11.Fulham

12.west ham

13.Sunderland

14.norwich

15.Newcastle

16.Westbrom

17.Cardiff

18.Stoke

19.Crystal palace

20.Hull

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01 Chelsea

02 Manchester City

03 Manchester United

04 Arsenal

 

05 Tottenham Hotspur

06 Liverpool

07 West Ham United 

08 Everton

 

09 Swansea City

10 Norwich City

11 Aston Villa

12 Southampton

13 Stoke City

14 Cardiff City

15 West Bromwich Albion

16 Newcastle United

17 Sunderland

 

18 Fulham

19 Hull City

20 Crystal Palace

 

 

Promoted: 

 

Wigan

QPR 

Forest

 

 

Premier League is difficult to call once you get down below about 8th.  There will probably be a bigger points gap between 3rd & 5th than there will between 9th and 18th.  

I think West Ham will have a good season, I don't think Everton will slip that much despite losing Moyes (though as I write this they still have Baines and Fellaini)  I think Hull and Palace are certs to go down but I fancy Cardiff to stay up. I think Norwich and Southampton will have good seasons.  I think Mark Hughes will do better at Stoke than everybody expects, they will flirt with relegation but probably stay up by a good 6-8 points.  I agree with everybody who thinks Sunderland will start well and fall away badly after Xmas, Di Canio might not last the season but I think they will stay up.  Newcastle could implode, but probably wont.  West Brom might get dragged into it without Lukaku's goals. I really do fear for Fulham, they had an excellent run from December to about February last season but they had huge slumps either side of that. Maybe Bent will score the goals to keep them up but maybe he will be stuck in a team who just don't create that many chances. 

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OK, before it's too late and without looking at anyone else's yet:

  1. Man City
  2. Chelsea
  3. Spurs (they keep Bale)
  4. United (they keep Rooney)
  5. Arsenal (they don't sign any big names)
  6. Swansea
  7. Liverpool (they keep Suarez)
  8. Everton
  9. Norwich (think Norwich will surprise some people, Van Wolfswinkle was a great signing)
  10. West Ham
  11. Aston Villa (REALLY hope I'm wrong about this, hope we get 9th or 10th)
  12. Fulham
  13. Newcastle
  14. Cardiff
  15. West Brom
  16. Southampton
  17. Sunderland
  18. Stoke City
  19. Hull
  20. Crystal Palace

Hope we can crack the top ten, but I think we'll just fall short. I think there will be a gap, though, between the bottom 5 or 6 and the rest of the middle pack -- a sizeable gap, 10 points or more. I think it will be tight between the top 2, and tight between 3, 4, and 5, then a drop-off. 6 -12 or 13 will be close, then another drop to the relegation battlers.

 

Of course if Arsenal get Suarez and Chelsea get Rooney and United get Bale, the whole top 5 could change.

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