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2012-13 Premier League Table Predictions

crystal ball 2012 13 Premier League Table Predictions

What’s your prediction for how the 2012-13 Premier League table will finish? Which clubs will fill positions one through 20?

It’s the million dollar question for this, the 21st season of the English Premier League. The bounty for the clubs who stay up this season will be a massive rise in revenue from global TV rights beginning in the 2013-14 season. Therefore, there’s so much riding on the line. And this, I truly believe, will be the most competitive Premier League season in the history of the league — from top to bottom. That doesn’t mean there’ll be a new club on top of the table at the end of the season, but what it does mean is that quality of soccer on display will be the best it’s ever been.

For the past six years, I’ve posted my predictions for what the Premier League table would look like if the season ended (2011-12, 2010-11, 2009-10, 2008-09, 2007-08, 2006-07). And now, here are my predictions for how the 2012-13 Premier League table will finish:

  1. Manchester City (C)
  2. Manchester United
  3. Chelsea
  4. Newcastle United
  5. Arsenal
  6. Liverpool
  7. Tottenham Hotspur
  8. Swansea City
  9. Fulham
  10. Everton
  11. Aston Villa
  12. Reading
  13. West Bromwich Albion
  14. Southampton
  15. Norwich City
  16. Sunderland
  17. Wigan Athletic
  18. Stoke City (R)
  19. Queens Park Rangers (R)
  20. West Ham United (R)

FA Cup: Manchester United
League Cup: Manchester City

Even with Manchester United signing Robin van Persie, who will be a goalscoring machine for Manchester United, there are still too many weaknesses in this team especially in defense. Patrice Evra and Rio Ferdinand are not the defenders they once were, and over the course of the season, they will make mistakes.

Manchester City, meanwhile, is going to go from strength to strength. The only obstacle in their path is themselves. As long as Roberto Mancini can keep order within the ranks of City by giving his footballers enough playing time, City will be unstoppable.

Elsewhere, Chelsea will wobble but they have enough depth (and money) to stabilize the club into a third place finish. Arsenal still has a lot of room to improve, and the departure of van Persie will have a serious impact on their aim of qualifying for the Champions League.

Newcastle United has made wise choices in the transfer market, which has only strengthened an already versatile Newcastle squad. Tottenham, despite their abundance of talent, are going to suffer at the hands of Andre Villas-Boas. I predict that the pressure will get to him, just as it did at Chelsea, and it’ll be detrimental to the team’s performances on the pitch.

At the bottom of the table, Stoke City will bid adieu to life in the Premier League after their tired and older squad will come undone against younger and more skillful opponents. Likewise, Queens Park Rangers will continue to struggle to play as a team, and will be relegated, where they’ll join West Ham United in going down.

Post your predictions (positions 1-20 below, including FA Cup and League Cup winners). Plus, if you agree or disagree with any of the above predictions, please be constructive in your criticism and tell us why you agree or disagree.

I look forward to reading your predictions and analysis.

Note that these predictions were made before the 2012-13 Premier League season started, and before the summer transfer window concluded, so a flurry of transfer activity could have a profound effect on how the table will shift.

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102 Responses to 2012-13 Premier League Table Predictions

  1. Zabraski says:

    Qpr relegated??!?! Not a chance…they’ve made some decent signings added to mark Hughes being a decent manager and lots of funds to purchase if they are struggling in Jan …can’t see them going down.

    • Soot says:

      1 – Man United
      2 – Man City
      3 – Chelsea
      4 – Tottenham
      5 – Arsenal
      6 – Liverpool
      7 – Everton
      8 – Sunderland
      9 – Aston Villa
      10 – Reading
      11- Newcastle United
      12 – Fulham
      13 – Stoke City
      14 – West Ham United
      15 – West Bromwich Albion
      16 – Swansea City
      17 – Wigan Athletic
      18 – Norwich City
      19 – QPR
      20 – Southampton

      FA Cup – Tottenham
      League Cup – Everton

      Agree with Gaffer, QPR going down, they keep buying pieces that don’t fit.

      • Swanjoe says:

        6/7 games left for teams, predict:
        1)man u
        2)man city
        3)arsenal
        4)spurs
        5)Chelsea
        6)Liverpool
        7)everton
        8)west brom
        9)swans
        10)saints
        11)fulham
        12)Newcastle
        13)west ham
        14)villa
        15)stoke
        16)Norwich
        17)Wigan
        18)Sunderland
        19)qpr
        20)reading

  2. ogi says:

    1. Manchester City
    2. Chelsea
    3. Manchester United
    4. Tottenham
    5. Newcastle United
    6. Arsenal
    7. Liverpool
    8. QPR
    9. Stoke City
    10. West Bromich Albion
    11. Fulham
    12. Everton
    13. Swansea
    14. Sunderland
    15. West Ham
    16. Aston Villa
    17. Southampton
    18. Reading
    19. Norwich
    20. Wigan

  3. Yespage says:

    A late injury time goal by Stoke’s Ryan Shotton sees City stay up and Swansea head back to the Championship. :^P

  4. Daniel says:

    I think between 3rd and 7th as you list them are a complete guess right now.
    As a Spurs fan I want to protest them coming in so low — but it could happen. I don’t think it’ll be AVB so much as a lack of strikers, though. I’m hoping Levy makes some (multiple) last minute acquisitions, but if he doesn’t I can’t see Kane/Defoe doing near enough to keep them above the 7th you’re showing.

    Swansea seems generous considering who they’ve lost. I’ll wish them well and think they’ll stay up, but I’m not sure if they’ll do much better than last year.

  5. pete says:

    norwich, reading, and wigan to be relegated, west ham barely surviving the drop

  6. Sam says:

    Man City
    Man United
    Arsenal
    Chelsea
    Tottenham
    Everton
    Liverpool
    Newcastle
    Stoke
    Sunderland
    Fulham
    West Brom
    QPR
    Swansea
    Norwich
    West Ham
    Aston Villa
    Wigan
    Reading
    Southampton

  7. March says:

    1.Manchester City (C)
    2.Manchester United
    3.Chelsea
    4.Arsenal
    5.Newcastle United
    6.Tottenham Hotspur
    7.Everton
    8.Liverpool
    9.Fulham
    10.Southampton
    11.Sunderland
    12.Aston Villa
    13.West Bromwich Albion
    14.Queens Park Rangers
    15.Stoke City
    16.Swansea City
    17.Wigan Athletic
    18.West Ham United (R)
    19.Reading (R)
    20.Norwich City (R)

  8. trickybrkn says:

    Ok I’m not even going to comment on West Ham cause that is a joke… They may be in trouble but look at the line up, look who they picked up… look at the style they play. look at the manager… This isn’t Avram Grant’s clueless squad.

    But QPR???? Park Ji-Sung and Hoilett will more then account for the lose of Barton…. Green is an upgrade, Fabio is a solid loan pick up… What team are you looking at? QPR roll over the Swans week 1.

    come on… but you out yourself with Swansea 8- after selling off some if its best players, Gaffer. There is subjective and there is SUBJECTIVE. De Guzman is an injury waiting to happen and the Rossi of Canada.. Chino is a decent central defender, and Michu a mid but both don’t seem to be PL quality from reports. Hey maybe they can do it again and stay up.. but 8?

    please.

    Thing is, from 20 to 9 it is very very close. West Brom, Norwich and Wigan for me to go down.

    Man City, Man U, Arsenal Chelsea Tottenham Liverpool & Everton for the Europe spots

    • Mufc77 says:

      Hoping west ham stay up this season as I always enjoy our games against them for some reason.

    • Ranger Rob says:

      Agreed. I don’t think QPR does anything too shocking in terms of results, but I think they’re going to catch the casual observer by surprise this season and finish somewhere 10-13 with a decent run in the cups.

    • Joetheswan says:

      Haha! Swansea 5-0. Michu is too beast!!!!

  9. jtm371 says:

    Manchester UTD Stoke City
    Manchester City Sunderland
    Newcastle UTD West Bromich
    Chelsea Swansea City
    Arsenal Aston Villa
    Tottenham Norwich City
    Everton Wigan
    Liverpool Reading
    Southhampton QPR
    Fulham West Ham UTD

    FA Cup Manchester UTD
    League Cup Nottingham Forest pick made with my heart not my head please excuse

  10. Mufc77 says:

    It’s liverpools year of course. The title will stay in Manchester next season. It’s between Utd and city again this season although I dont think either team will be as consistent as last year. Yaya toure is the x-factor for me he takes city from a good to a very good team.

    1. Utd/city

    3. Chelsea
    4. Arsenal

    18. Southampton
    19. Swansea ( sorry gaffer in think they have lost to many pieces in the off season)
    20. Reading

    Fa cup: city or Chelsea
    league cup: spurs

  11. Sam says:

    Don’t get why so many people are sleeping on Everton. They finished 7th last year and have only gotten better, especially if they pull of the Mirallas deal. I think they’ll finish somewhere between 5-7.

    • John Logan says:

      There was a pretty big gap between 7th and 6th last year though. Whilst 7th is a very good finish, they didnt look close to finishing higher at any point. There was a definite gulf in class between the top 6 and the rest and they were really the best of the rest. Who knows though, it could be completely different this year

    • March says:

      Everton are regular overachievers, but the field of competition has been getting stronger every year. I think 7th and a Europa qualification sounds reasonable.

  12. ThompsonLives says:

    1. Man City
    2. Chelsea
    3. Man United
    4. Liverpool
    5. Arsenal
    6. Spurs
    7. Newcastle
    8. Everton
    9. Stoke
    10. Aston Villa
    11. Swansea
    12. West Ham
    13. Sunderland
    14. Fulham
    15. West Brom
    16. QPR
    17. Wigan
    18. Norwich
    19. Reading
    20. Southampton

    FA Cup: Man City
    League Cup: Chelsea

  13. Brusk says:

    1. Manchester United
    2. Manchester City
    3. Chelsea
    4. Arsenal
    5. Liverpool
    6. Tottenham
    7. Everton
    8. Newcastle
    9. QPR
    10. Sunderland
    11. Stoke
    12. West Brom
    13. Aston Villa
    14. Wigan
    15. West Ham
    16. Fulham
    17. Reading
    18. Norwich
    19. Swansea
    20. Southampton

  14. Ranger Rob says:

    Do I think QPR wins the whole shebang? No. Do I think they’ve made enough moves and laid enough groundwork to be a solid mid-table squad? Absolutely. Plus, with Mark Hughes historically being a fan of Cup play, I think they make a run at the League Cup

    1.Manchester City
    2.Chelsea
    3.Arsenal
    4.Manchester United
    5. Newcastle United
    6.Tottenham
    7.Fulham
    8.Liverpool
    9.Everton
    10.QPR
    11.West Brom
    12.Sunderland
    13.Aston Villa
    14.Reading
    15.Swansea
    16.Norwich
    17.Southhampton
    18.Wigan (R)
    19.Reading (R)
    20.West Ham United (R)

    FA Cup: Arsenal
    League Cup: QPR

  15. Cody667 says:

    1. Manchester City
    2. Manchester United
    3. Arsenal
    4. Chelsea
    5. Liverpool
    6. Tottenham Hotspur
    7. Everton
    8. Newcastle United
    9. Queens Park Rangers
    10. Sunderland
    11. Stoke City
    12. Southampton
    13. Fulham
    14. Aston Villa
    15. West Ham United
    16. West Bromwich Albion
    17. Swansea City
    18. Norwich City
    19. Reading
    20. Wigan Athletic

  16. Michael Schwartz says:

    1 Man Utd
    2 Man City
    3 Chelsea
    4 Newcastle
    5 Arsenal
    6 Spurs
    7 Liverpool
    8 Sunderland
    9 Everton
    10 Queens Park Rangers
    11 Southampton
    12 Stoke City
    13 Swansea
    14 Fulham
    15 Wigan
    16 Reading
    17 Norwich
    18 Aston Villa
    19 West Ham
    20 West Brom

  17. Forrest says:

    1) Manchester City (C)
    2) Arsenal
    3) Manchester United
    4) Tottenham
    5) Chelsea
    6) Everton
    7) Liverpool
    8) Newcastle
    9) Aston Villa
    10) Swansea
    11) Sunderland
    12) Reading
    13) QPR
    14) Norwich
    15) Fulham
    16) West Ham
    17) Southhampton
    18) Wigan
    19) Stoke
    20) West Brom

    Admittedly I have a higher opinion of Arsenal’s signings than most and i could be wrong there i think that with the loss of RVP won’t be as huge a deal and that they will band together. I think that Chelsea will struggle as they are in transition. United’s defense for me is just average and is going to leak goals. Tottenham’s position for me is conditional on them making some moves before the deadline if not they will for me fall out of the top 4. I think that this is the year that Everton finally starts a season strongly. Liverpool will have flashes of it but isnt quite there yet for me. i think newcastle will make a deep run in the Europa league so there league position will be hurt. After that its got to be a guess on everything as there is so much parity. I do think that the promoted teams will stay up especially Reading. Other than that its a guess. Good luck to all and I’m glad that the EPL is back finally.

  18. JaGuaR says:

    Chelski are going to implode. QPR will stay up. Most likely Champions will be from manchester (Citeh need reinforcements in defense, United in midfield as well). Agree it will be more rocky than last year. Toons are a big question mark, I don’t see Scousers making any substantial movement. Gooners probably stay in 3rd, and Spuds continue to fall all against the backdrop of their ridiculous manager in his histrionic dance moves in designer trench coats. Question is which gaffer goes 1st? (Odds are Chelski or Tottenham)

  19. Alex Wolcott says:

    Spurs behind Newcastle, Arsenal, and LFC? Gaffer, surely you jest. If Adebayor wants to actually earn his money out on the field this year and they can swing getting his 18 goals back I think the Spurs look better than the above three.

    I know better than to expect too many good things to happen to City so maybe SAF has a swan song and gets another League title here. After last year I pretty much anticipate about a 4 year period where I really can’t be disappointed by too much ever as far as League play. Would love some European silverware though!

    Of the relegation zone I just hope Norwich City, West Ham, and Swansea stay up. And that AVFC gets sent down as befitting any operation associated with the Lerner family. (Sorry Birmingham, but I lived a lot of my life near Cleveland Ohio).

  20. Spurs1974 says:

    1 Manchester United
    2 Manchester City
    3 Arsenal
    4 Newcastle United
    5 Chelsea
    6 Liverpool
    7 Spurs
    8 Everton
    9 Fulham
    10 West Brom
    11 Stoke City
    12 Sunderland
    13 Aston Villa
    14 QPR
    15 Norwich
    16 Reading
    17 West Ham
    18 Swansea
    19 Southampton
    20 Wigan

    FA Cup –> Red Devils get the double

    League Cup –> Spurs

  21. Matt says:

    1. Manchester City
    2. Manchester United
    3. Chelsea
    4. Arsenal
    ———————————-
    5. Tottenham
    6. Liverpool
    7. Everton
    8. Newcastle
    9. Fulham
    10. QPR
    11. West Ham
    12. Aston Villa
    13. West Brom
    14. Sunderland
    15. Stoke
    16. Reading
    17. Swansea
    ——————————–
    18. Norwich
    19. Wigan
    20. Southampton

    FA Cup: Manchester United
    League Cup: I always go with a “wild card”…I’ll say Newcastle for the hell of it

    • Steve Charlton says:

      1. Manchester… United
      2. City
      3. Arsenal
      4. Newcastle
      5. Chelsea
      6. Spurs
      7. Everton
      8. Liverpool
      9. Reading
      10. Villa
      11. Stoke
      12. Norwich
      13. Sunderland
      14.QPR
      15.Swansea
      16. Wigan
      17.Southampton
      18.Fulham
      19.West Ham
      20.West Brom

      Can’t see Chelsea doing as well as people think, people forget they will be RELYING on TORRES for goals! City and United are miles ahead having at least 3 top strikers… They will be in the mix for the 2 CL spots with Arsenal, Newcastle and Spurs. Can see Everton dropping off at the end of the season also…

  22. Fabio says:

    1.Manchester City (C)
    2.Chelsea
    3.Manchester United
    4.Newcastle United
    5.Arsenal
    6.Tottenham Hotspur
    7.Everton
    8.QPR
    9.West Ham
    10.Sunderland
    11.Liverpool
    12.Norwich
    13.Reading
    14.Wigan
    15.Swansea
    16.Aston Villa
    17.Stoke.
    18.West Brom (R)
    19.Fulham(R)
    20.Southampton (R)

  23. Andyb says:

    This season is soooo unpredictable! There are so many teams that could go either way, more than any other season, which makes it so hard to predict. There’s still a clear top 2 for me, but the battle for 3rd & 4th is wide open, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea, Spurs and Newcastle are all capable of getting a champions league spot, even Everton could have a say in it, as for relegation, I think that battle is harder to call than 3rd & 4th! I think any of up to 11 teams could get relegated, I don’t think the promoted teams are as weak as some people are making out and I think Wigan are more likely to stay up than they ever have been. Here’s my table:

    1. Manchester United – Fergie magic & squad improvements will take them to the top.
    2. Manchester City – Close 2nd, not much improvement, 1 minute away from losing title, united improved.
    3. Arsenal – Wenger magic, Cazorla and Podolski will more than replace RVP.
    4. Liverpool – I must be crazy. I think the BR influence will sink in quickly & lead them to success.
    5. Chelsea – Matteo sacked half way through the season. Not improved enough.
    6. Everton – 20 goals from Jelavic will shoot them up the table. David Moyes top top top manager.
    7. Newcastle – Same as last season, good solid top 7 performance.
    8. Spurs – Could go either way, I think AVB will fail, striker situation worrying. (I hope I’m wrong)
    9. Sunderland – Will buy a good striker before window closes, Martin O’neill top manager first full season.
    10. QPR – Mark Hughes top manager, been backed by the board. Good team, big improvement.
    11. Swansea – Could go either way, anything can happen with big squad changes + manager.
    12. Aston Villa – Paul Lambert good manager, will keep this poor Villa side up comfortably, Bent vital.
    13. Southampton – exciting young players, will be a pleasure to watch this season.
    14. West Ham – Sam Allerdyce is a good solid prem manager, will keep any side up. LONG BALL!!
    15. Fulham – They’ve only gotten worse over the summer, could be even worst if Dempsey goes.
    16. Wigan – They will continue their end of season form and survive, Martinez great manager.
    17. Reading – Just survive. Good manager, first season high, not sure where the goals will come though.
    18. WBA – Steve Clarke not a good choice of manager. Could go either way, Lukaku fantastic loan signing.
    19. Stoke – More in hope than expectation. I’d love nothing more than to see them get relegated this season.
    20. Norwich – Steve Hughton will fail, high of first season will be dead, squad not that great.

    This season is going to be epic!!!!!!!!!!!!! 9th-20th is completely open, 3rd-8th is too, can’t wait.

  24. Andyb says:

    FA cup: Arsenal – Cup competitions are so hard to call, so lets just give Arsenal their trophy!!!
    League cup: Liverpool – They always win cups even when they’re terrible.

  25. rej4sl says:

    Man Utd top, and Stoke will NOT be relegate this season.

  26. Cody says:

    1 Manchester United
    2 Manchester City
    3 Arsenal
    4 Liverpool
    5 Chelsea
    6 Newcastle United
    7 Tottenham Hotspur
    8 Stoke City
    9 Reading
    10 Fulham
    11 Everton
    12 Norwich City
    13 Queens Park Rangers
    14 West Bromwich Albion
    15 Sunderland
    16 Southampton
    17 Wigan Athletic
    18 West Ham United
    19 Aston Villa
    20 Swansea City

    • Mike Gray says:

      What planet are you on mate? Stoke, Reading and Fulham to finish above Everton! On what basis clown?

      • Cody says:

        8-12 was a toss up for me.
        Besides, 8-20 is pretty much wide open in the EPL every year.
        I don’t like Everton that much this year, but good grief, its not like I had them relegated.
        Clown?? not so much. Grow up.

  27. herp derp says:

    1, Man C
    2, Man U
    3, Chelsea
    4, Arsenal
    5, Newcastle
    6, Tottenham
    7, Everton
    8, Liverpool
    9, Fulham
    10, Sunderland
    11, Swansea
    12, Southampton
    13, Reading
    14, QPR
    15, Wigan
    16, Aston Villa
    17, Norwich
    18, Stoke
    19, West Ham
    20, West Brom

    FA cup: Arsenal
    Carling cup: Chelsea
    Europa (If any) : Liverpool
    European (If any) : Chelsea

  28. Clampdown says:

    1 Manchester City
    2 Arsenal
    3 Manchester United
    4 Liverpool
    5 Chelsea
    6 Newcastle
    7 Spurs
    8 Everton
    9 Stoke City
    10 Sunderland
    11 Swansea
    12 QPR
    13 Southampton
    14 West Ham
    15 Fulham
    16 Aston Villa
    17 Norwich
    18 Reading
    19 Wigan
    20 West Brom

    FA Cup: Brighton
    League Cup: Newcastle

    • ThompsonLives says:

      Brighton? Bonus points for being the only one so far to pick a lower division trophy winner.

      • John R says:

        and he picked newcastle to win the league cup. He’s got some guts with those picks. Though I wouldnt mind seeing the toon finally win a trophy even if it is just the league cup.

        • Clampdown says:

          Well, it’s for fun, right?

          I’ve always liked Poyet, and I used to play in NYC with a guy who once played for Brighton, so, why not?

      • jtm371 says:

        you might want to reread the post i think their was a Nottingham Forest for league cup i could be wrong but i don’t think so.

    • ozziewba says:

      WBA are going to stay up as we have strong squad
      I think we will be 9th

  29. Matt says:

    1. Manchester City
    2. Manchester United
    3. Chelsea
    4. Arsenal
    5. Tottenham
    6. Liverpool
    7. Everton
    8. Newcastle
    9. Fulham
    10. Sunderland
    11. Aston Villa
    12. West Ham
    13. Reading
    14. QPR
    15. Stoke
    16. Swansea
    17. Southampton
    18. Wigan
    19. Norwich
    20. West Brom

    FA cup: Spurs
    League cup: Arsenal
    Champions League: Barcelona

  30. dritlind says:

    1.man city
    2.man u
    3.arsenal
    4.chelsea
    5.newcastle
    6.spurs
    7.everton
    8.liverpool
    9.fulham
    10. Sunderland
    11. Aston Villa
    12. West Ham
    13. Reading
    14. QPR
    15. Stoke
    16. Swansea
    17. Southampton
    18. Wigan
    19. Norwich
    20. West Brom

    f.a cup. man c
    legue cup. arsenal
    champs legue. real madrid or barca
    uefa cup. inter milan

  31. Matt from Houston says:

    I expect this year to be extremely tight. You could effectively break it into 3 pieces, the top 6, the next 5, and the bottom 9. I expect to see a lot of movement within these 3 brackets all year long.

    1. Manchester City (City will likely gel better this year. Tevez should lead the line and if Balotelli can keep out of the Ref’s book, he will be a force. Also, Yaya Toure is arguably one of the best players in the league)
    2. Arsenal (Without RVP, and even if they also lose Song, the side still seems stronger than last year. Cazorla is a more like replacement for Cesc and they are more prepared for the beginning of the season than last. Defense should be shored up quite a bit with new Assistant Steve Bould)
    3. Manchester United (Tons of attacking options, but lacking depth in defense and in midfield. Still some questions over keeper situation. Will be neck and neck with Arsenal till the end)
    4. Liverpool (Rodgers’ philosophy will add some more attractiveness their side, expect better after this season)
    5. Tottenham Hotspur (Modric will most likely be gone, and without any big name additions, they likely cant maintain for an entire season. Strong start, but fade in the end)
    6. Chelsea (Not enough strikers, but a very solid midfield. If they start mediocre, Torres doesnt find his form and arent in the top 5 or 6 by December, expect RDM gone)
    7. Everton (Only better than last year, which they surprised in even after some key losses. Start weak but finish strong as always)
    8. Newcastle United (A team is more than the sum of its parts, and Newcastle embodies that. They could really end up anywhere from winning to relegated)
    9. Aston Villa (Lambert should bring this side back into the form that they had under O’Neill, but only enough to just break into the top 10)
    10. Sunderland (Under O’Neill, good at home, but sad on the road. Lots of Draws expected from them)
    11. Queens Park Rangers (Better than last year, should be safe all year from relegation)
    12. Fulham (Dempsey is going to be gone, his position untenable. Without him, Fulham will drift around mid table and flirt with relegation at times)
    13. West Ham United (Big Sam is back in the league, but his brand of football wont compete with the fast attractive play of the big names)
    14. Stoke (they got my boy Geoff Cameron from the Dynamo in the team, they will drift around mid table)
    15. Reading (Royals are finally back in the league, good start like QPR last year, but then drift back down slowly and squeak it out in the last weeks)
    16. Swansea (Loss of some key players and a key manager will likely make them start slow hang below 10 all year)
    17. Southampton (League One to EPL in 2 years. Sounds like Blackpool, but without Ian Holloway to make us all smile. Squeak it out at the end)
    18. Norwich City (Unlucky at times last year (ie. against Man U). One of the more underrated sides, start mid table but fall fast)
    19. Wigan Athletic (You can play craps all day long, but at some point you are going to crap out. Will it be this year they finally get relegated?)
    20. West Brom Albion (Going to be heartbreak all year. They will get some surprise results at times, but will fall to the bottom)

    FA cup: Arsenal (they need a major trophy, and Wenger will go balls to the wall for this one)
    League cup: Newcastle United (the top teams will be fighting so hard for the league that they will play their reserves later in this competition, the mid table teams will take it as a chance for a trophy and go at it strongly)
    Champions League: Real Madrid (This is all the special one cares about, and he will pull it off this year)

    Its going to be a tough nail-biting season. I think everyone here has a pretty equal shot at being right. The above is a pretty rough guess based on what I know and have followed so far.

    I think a lot of people like to slag off Arsenal based on the beginning of last year and the 8-2 at Old Trafford. For having one of their worst teams, they managed to finish 3rd, which is no mean feat. This year, they finally replace Cesc with the addition of Cazorla (who they wanted last year). Wilshere should be back around mid year, the Ox is coming into form, and new boys Giroud and Podolski will surprise. Expect Gervinho to have a banner year.

  32. Mark the Dog says:

    1. Manchester United (C)
    2. Chelsea
    3. Manchester City
    4. Liverpool
    5. Newcastle United
    6. Tottenham Hotspur
    7. Arsenal
    8. Everton
    9. WBA
    10. Fulham
    11. Aston Villa
    12. Reading
    13. Norwich
    14. Sunderland
    15. Swansea
    16. Stoke City
    17. Wigan Athletic
    18. West Ham United (R)
    19. Southampton (R)
    20. Queens Park Rangers (R)

  33. Gary says:

    1. Manchester United (Fergie will sacrifice anything to win the title back).
    2. Manchester City (losing Yaya Toure to African Cup will be a big loss).
    3. Chelsea
    4. Liverpool / Arsenal (whichever team signs Sahin).
    6. Spurs
    7. Newcastle
    8. Sunderland
    9. Everton
    10. Fulham
    11. Stoke
    12. Aston Villa
    13. Reading
    14. West Ham
    15. Southampton
    16. Swansea
    17.QPR
    18. West Brom
    19. Norwich
    20. Wigan

  34. BA14 says:

    1.Manchester United
    2.Manchester City
    3.Arsenal
    4.Chelsea
    5.Liverpool
    6.Tottenham
    7.Newcastle
    8.Everton
    9.West Brom
    10.Sunderland
    11.Stoke City
    12.Aston Villa
    13.Fulham
    14.QPR
    15.West Ham
    16.Swansea
    17.Wigan Athletic
    18.Norwich
    19.Southampton
    20.Reading

    Suarez top goal scorer.

  35. ThompsonLives says:

    Gotta love the dipsh*t United fanbois going through and disliking any post that doesn’t have them first or second.

    Come on, fanbois. Unleash your fury.

  36. Chris says:

    I had awful predictions last year and I expect them to be even worse this year! Here ya go, with point totals.

    [88] ManCity
    [87] ManUtd
    [78] Chelsea
    [69] Newcastle
    [65] Arsenal
    [63] Liverpool
    [57] Tottenham
    [53] Everton
    [50] Wigan
    [48] Norwich
    [48] Stoke
    [45] Sunderland
    [41] Swansea
    [40] Fulham
    [37] Aston
    [37] QPR
    [34] WestBrom
    [32] Reading
    [29] Southampton
    [27] WestHam

  37. Lyle says:

    1. Manchester United
    2. Manchester City
    3. Arsenal
    4. Chelsea
    5. Tottenham
    6. Liverpool
    7. Fulham
    8. Newcastle
    9. Everton
    10. Swansea
    11. West Brom
    12. Norwich
    13. Sunderland
    14. West Ham
    15. Reading
    16. Wigan
    17. Stoke
    18. Aston Villa
    19. QPR
    20. Southampton

  38. Alex Ferguson says:

    1. Man United
    2. Man City
    3. Chelsea
    4. Arsenal
    5. Spurs
    6. Everton
    7. Sunderland
    8. West Ham
    9. Liverpool
    10. West Brom
    11. Newcastle
    12. Fulham
    13. Aston Villa
    14. Wigan Athletic
    15. Swansea C
    16. QPR
    17. Stoke City
    18. Norwich City
    19. Reading
    20. Southampton

    Liverpool in decline, Newcastle over performed last year. There wil be a big gap between 6th and 7th

  39. Lfcbrfc says:

    1 City- Too strong, even for United
    2 United- Just miss out
    3 Chelsea/ Arsenal- Can’t pick which London club will finish top 4, both weak at the back
    4 Liverpool- Rodgers will get the team playing well, good signings
    5 Chelsea/ Arsenal Above
    6 Spurs- AVB doesn’t get the team playing well fans, media etc get on his back, Harry comes back in Jan and “saves” them.
    7 Newcastle- not quite strong enough to get into 6th spot.
    8 Everton- the usual, although Jelavic bangs them in for fun
    9 Fulham- have a decent season, Dempsey stays
    10 Villa- Lambert their saviour
    11 Sunderland- Get a decent striker, do well enough
    12 QPR- experienced signings pay off
    13 West Ham- Big Sam is a good enough PL manager, keeps them fairly easily
    14 Southhampton- have wonderful season, joy to watch, pull off some big wins
    15 Norwich- Players/ manager do enough
    16 Stoke- same as above
    17 West Brom- just scrape it
    18 Reading- good start, fall away, think Blackpool
    19 Swansea- signings not good enough.
    20 Wigan- have a very poor season, don’t do the usual, Martinez leaves

    FA cup- City
    League cup- Liverpool

  40. Jon says:

    1. Manchester City (C)
    2. Manchester United
    3. Chelsea
    4.Newcastle United
    5. Liverpool
    6. Tottenham
    7. Arsenal
    8. Everton
    9. Sunderland
    10. Aston Villa
    11. QPR
    12. West Ham
    13. Norwich City
    14. Swansea City
    15. Southampton
    16. Fulham
    17. West Brom Albion
    18. Stoke City (R)
    19. Wigan (R)
    20. Reading (R)

    FA Cup: Liverpool
    League Cup: Stoke City

  41. Matt says:

    1 – Man United- A healthy Vidic and they would have won it last year. On top of that, Kagawa and RVP get the job done. Carrick makes or breaks this team at CDM.
    2 – Man City- A deeper european campaign (semifinalists in my opinion) will cost them points in January, and they look quite shaky at the back without Hart. The Southampton game could be interesting (or I’m about to look like an absolute idiot)
    3 – Chelsea- Hazard signing is quality, and the players don’t mutiny under RDM like they did under AVB.
    4 – Tottenham- This is contingent on them getting the Adebayor deal done. Signing M’Vila could make them a serious threat for 3rd.
    5 – Liverpool- Brendan Rodgers gets them going in the right direction. Carroll’s storyline will make things very interesting…
    6 – Arsenal- They were fortunate to have Chelsea and Spurs collapse in front of them last year. Arsenal will start in a similar hole, and the other 2 london sides won’t let up this time. If they lose Song and Ox doesn’t get fit soon, this could get ugly.
    7 – Sunderland- The Martin O’Neill factor will take them to the top of the Northeast.
    8 – Newcastle United- Thin squad costs them trying to compete on 4 fronts. They will be very fun to watch.
    9 – Aston Villa- No longer playing Alex McCleish football, thank God. I miss the Villa of 3 or 4 years ago.
    10 – Everton- The lack of talent up front is concerning. Another typical spring rally will see them rise up the table from deep as usual.
    11- Stoke City- Pulis continues to get things done, and they don’t have to worry about trying to work in the Europa league schedule this time.
    12 – QPR- I like the signings they have made. If Cisse stays on the field, he could finish in the 15-20 goal territory. Rob Green >>>Paddy Kenny. Taraabt starts to look like himself. Pay someone to take Barton away from them.
    13 – Fulham- Another solid side, but the Dempsey situation will be a distraction until it is settled.
    14 – Southampton- Remind me of Swansea last year. Hopefully they continue their attacking style.
    15 – Wigan Athletic- Somehow, some way, Roberto Martinez saves this club again. Al Habsi continues to play ridiculously well against Chelsea.
    16 – Swansea City- They are going to bleed goals, but they will also be scoring quite a few too. They survive the drop if Vorm can continue his outstanding tenure at Swansea.

    Honestly, I have serious issues separating these final 4.

    17 – West Bromwich Albion- Very blah. Remember what they looked like before Hodgson turned them into the new Fulham.
    18 – Norwich City- Awful preseason. Losing their manager will be key, and I don’t see Holt performing on the same level again. The Snodgrass signing could prove key to them staying up.
    19 – Reading- The new Bolton without any players like Sturridge, Wilshere and Elmander leaves them down, just like Bolton.
    20 – West Ham United- Big Sam sacked by the winter transfer window. Steve Kean tries to save the day.

    • Matt says:

      I’ve obviously got my heavy United bias, but my greatest hope for this year is that the center back pairing for big matches is Jones-Vidic by season’s end. I love what Rio has done for the club, but he has gone a bit delusional with his ego. He’s getting slower by the day, and I’m not comfortable with him on the pitch against sides like city.

  42. Raatzie says:

    Manchester City
    Manchester United
    Newcastle United
    Arsenal

    Liverpool

    Chelsea
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Everton
    Fulham
    Swansea City
    Sunderland
    Aston Villa
    Stoke City
    Queens Park Rangers
    West Bromwich Albion
    Southampton
    Reading

    Wigan
    Norwich
    West Ham United

    FA Cup: Newcastle United

    League Cup: Manchester United

    Promoted: Cardiff City (Champion), Brighton (automatic), Blackpool (playoff)

  43. Kieran Tuck says:

    1) Man City
    2) Newcastle
    3) Man U
    4) Liverpool
    5) Arsenal
    6) Chelsea
    7) Fulham
    8) Spurs
    9) Southampton
    10) QPR
    11) West Ham
    12)Villa
    14) Stoke
    15) Everton
    16) Swansea
    17) WBA
    18) Sunderland
    19) Norwich
    20) Wigan

    FA Cup: Newcastle

    League Cup: Everton

  44. Andrew says:

    1. Manchester United.
    2. Manchester City.
    3. Chelsea.
    4. Newcastle.
    5. Liverpool.
    6. Aston Villa.
    7. Norwich City.
    8. Everton.
    9. Arsenal.
    10. Sunderland.
    11. West Ham.
    12. Tottenham.
    13. Reading.
    14. Stoke.
    15. Fulham.
    16. Swansea.
    17. Wigan.
    18. Swansea.
    19. Southampton.
    20. West Bromwich.

    FA Cup; Manchester United.
    League Cup; Norwich City.

    • Red Gooner says:

      Are you seriously retarded you put arsenal 9th below Aston villa who just survived relegation last year and below Norwich who got thumped 5-0 by the mighty Fulham. at the very least they should be in 4th place as Newcastle doesn’t have the squad depth to cope with both Europa league and Premier league and Liverpool are a working progress. Another thing I dislike Tottenham a lot but I’m not stupid enough to place them 12th even if they lose Modric they will definatley be in top 6. Man City will win the league

      • The Gaffer says:

        Red Gooner, there’s no need to call someone out because they simply expressed an opinion and prediction. Put your money where your mouth is and post your own predictions, and we’ll see who’s right at the end of the season

        Cheers,
        The Gaffer

      • Nonsense says:

        Red Gooner – If anyone walks a fine line of abusive language it may be myself. However I’d watch out when you throw that word around. You never know when you may pop off at the mouth and have say a brother of someone with down syndrome and get left missing a few teeth.

  45. Jerry says:

    1. Machester City (even with no further signings have a strong squad; but expect 1 or 2 good signings)
    2. Manchester United
    3. Liverpool (surprise team of the season; surely they won’t hit the woodwork as much as last season)
    4. Spurs
    5. Chelsea (they will struggle arely and can see Di Mateo replaced by December with Hiddink/Guardiola)
    6. Arsenal (new signings will take time to gel and loss of RVP and Song will hurt)
    7. Newcastle (Europa League participation will hurt league form)
    8. Everton
    9. Aston Villa
    10. Fulham
    11. Sunderland
    12. Swansea
    13. Reading
    14. Stoke
    15. Southampton
    16. QPR
    17. West Ham
    18. West Brom
    19. Norwich
    20. Wigan

    FA Cup: Manchester United

    Capital One Cup: Arsenal

    Champions League: Real Madrid

    Europa League: Inter Milan

  46. The Gaffer says:

    For reference at the end of the season, here are the predictions from EA Sport’s FIFA 13 game where they simulated the entire season:

    1. Manchester City
    2. Manchester United
    3. Chelsea
    4. Arsenal
    5. Newcastle
    6. Spurs
    7. Liverpool
    8. Fulham
    9. Everton
    10. QPR
    11. Aston Villa
    12. Wigan
    13. Stoke
    14. West Ham
    15. Sunderland
    16. Swansea
    17. West Brom
    18. Norwich
    19. Reading
    20. Southampton

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

  47. Rupert says:

    People underrating Chelsea think they r in contention for a top finish out of city utd and chelsea. 1. Chelsea 2. Utd(now they have Van persie) 3. City (big difference in points) 4. Arsenal 5. Newcastle 6 spurs 7. Liverpool 8 everton 9. Fulham 10. Swansea 11. Aston villa 17. West ham 18 reading 19. Southampton (they r in a do or die situation 20. Norwich

  48. Calvin Easton says:

    1 Manchester City
    2 Manchester United
    3 Chelsea
    4 Newcastle United <3 <3 :) :)
    _______________________
    5 Tottenham
    6 Arsenal
    7 Liverpool
    8 Everton
    9 West Ham
    10 Stoke
    11 Fulham
    12 Wigan
    13 West Brom
    14 Swansea City
    15 Southampton
    16 Sunderland
    17 Aston Villa
    ____________________
    18 QPR
    19 Norwich City
    20 Reading

  49. Calvin Easton says:

    FA Cup: Manchester City
    FA Cup: Runners up: Manchester United
    League Cup: Chelsea
    League Cup: Runners up: Newcastle <3 <3 :) :)

  50. 1. Manchester Utd
    2. Manchester City
    3. Spurs
    4. Chelsea
    5. Arsenal
    6. Newcastle
    7. Fulham
    8. Liverpool
    9. Stoke City
    10. Everton
    11. Swansea City
    12. West Ham
    13. Sunderland
    14. West Brom
    15. Aston Villa
    16. QPR
    17. Norwich City

    ______________________________
    18. Reading
    19. Wigan
    20. Southampton

  51. Jos rowland says:

    Predicitions 1. Man U ( v.persie will make the difference as did berbatov 2 years back. 2. City 3. Chelsea ( Hazard looks decent 4. Arsenal ( start poor then get it together ) 5. Everton ( with jelavic and pienaar back and mirrallas surprise package 6. Newcastle 7. Liverpool 8. Spurs ( avb not the answer ) 9.fulham 10. Sunderland 11. West Brom 12. Swansea 13. Southampton 14. Villa 15. Reading 16. Wigan 17. Stoke 18. West Ham 19.Norwich 20. Qpr

  52. Lee Mitchell says:

    1. Chelsea
    2. Man Utd
    3. Newcastle
    4. Man City
    5. Arsenal
    6. Everton
    7. Tottenham
    8. Liverpool
    9. Swansea
    10. Fulham
    11. Villa
    12. Wigan
    13. Stoke
    14. West Ham
    15. Southampton
    16. West Brom
    17. Norwich
    18. Reading
    19. Sunderland
    20. QPR

  53. Steve The Driving Instructor says:

    1. Man United
    2. Man City
    3. Chelsea
    4. Newcastle
    5. Arsenal
    6. Spurs
    7. Liverpool
    8. Fulham
    9. Everton
    10. Villa
    11. Sunderland
    12. Stoke
    13. Swansea
    14. West Brom
    15. Southampton
    16. Wigan
    17. QPR
    18. West Ham
    19. Norwich
    20. Reading

    CL- Real Madrid
    EL – Atletico Madrid
    FAC- Newcastle
    LC- Spurs
    First manager to be sacked- Mark Hughes

  54. James says:

    1.Chelsea
    2.Man.City
    3.Man.Utd
    4.Newcastle
    5.Spurs
    6.Arsenal
    7.Everton
    8.Swansea
    9.Liverpool
    10.Fulham
    11.West Brom
    12.Reading
    13.Sunderland
    14.Stoke
    15.Southampton
    16.West Ham Utd
    17.QPR
    18.Wigan
    19.Norwich
    20.Aston Villa

    It will be tight between QPR and Wigan but with the new signings i think QPR will clinch it on the last day of the season

    Fa Cup- Liverpool vs Everton (1-1-FT) (2-1-AET)
    Carling Cup- Swansea vs Newcastle (1-1-FT) (2-2AET) (Penalties-Swansea Winners)
    Europa League Cup- Porto vs Athletico Madrid (3-2-FT)
    Champions League- Real Madrid vs Chelsea (0-0-FT) (1-2-AET)

    Barclays Premier League Top 5 Goal Scores:
    1.Tevez
    2.Torres
    3.Michu
    4.Jelavic/Fellani
    5.Petric

  55. Dan says:

    1. Man City- (Will have another amazing home record and Aguero & Tevez will be unstoppable)

    2. Man United- (Will be another close season, but I think RVP will find it hard to fit in)

    3. Chelsea- (Will be a much better side- Hazard and Oscar will both be contenders for Young player of the season, and also Torres will find form and will start scoring again)

    4. Liverpool- (If Liverpool sign Sahin then I think Liverpool will finish in the top four, plus Liverpool will have a much better home record this season.)

    ———————-

    5. Arsenal- (Losing RVP and Song, their two best players last season. Podolski isn’t half the player Van Persie is, and also in my opinion Song cannot be replaced)

    6. Tottenham- (Modric likely to move to Madrid which will be a massive loss. Also, not a strong enough defence. AVB will get sacked halfway through the season)

    7. Newcastle- (Ba & Cisse will form a great partnership, Ben Arfa has found form again. Will be a hard team to beat, but wont do as well as last year)

    8. Everton- (Jelavic will get 15+ goals, and Fellaini will have an amazing season, will be a difficult team to beat)

    9. Fulham- (Petric will get goals and if Dempsey stays they will form a good partnership. Will beat top sides aswell)

    10. Swansea- (Michu will be a top player at Swansea and will get goals. They have made cheap but very good signings which will be good enough for Swansea to finish in the top ten)

    11. Sunderland- (Have bought Fletcher from Wolves, he is a decent striker. And also Adam Johnson. Sessegnon is an outstanding player, in my opinion is good enough to play for United or City).

    12. West Brom- (Wont be consistent, and players arent good enough for West Brom to finish in the top half)

    13. Stoke- (Same old Stoke, will do well against the bigger teams and will have a good home record but will be awful away from home)

    14. Norwich- (Grant Holt will be their best player this season, Chris Huyton wont do a better than Paul Lambert)

    15. Southampton- (Ricky Lambert will score 10+ goals, and if they sign Gaston Ramirez that should guarantee a finish above relegation)

    16. West Ham- (Will be good at home, and their squad should be good enough to keep them up. I can see Sam Allardyce being sacked by the end of the season)

    17. Wigan- (Will only just stay up, like they usually do. They will have a bad start to the season but will beat top teams at the end of the season to keep them up)

    ——————————————————————————————————————

    18. Aston Villa- (Haven’t got a strong enough squad, and will struggle against the smaller sides)

    19. Reading- (Haven’t made good enough signings to keep them up)

    20. QPR- (Have been very busy during the transfer window, but not good enough signings to keep them up)

    Top Scorers-
    1. Tevez (30+ goals)
    2. Rooney (25+ goals)
    3. Torres (15+ goals)
    4. Jelavic (15+ goals)
    5. Cisse or Ba (15 each)

    League Cup- Liverpool
    FA Cup- Manchester City
    Champions League- Barcelona or Real Madrid
    Europa League- Inter Milan

    Promoted from Championship-
    1. Bolton
    2. Wolves
    Play off Place- Cardiff

  56. God says:

    1)Man City
    2)Chelsea
    3)Man Utd
    4)Tottenham
    5)Newcastle
    6)Arsenal
    7)Everton
    8)Liverpool
    9)Fulham
    10)Swansea
    11)Sunderland
    12)West Brom
    13)Stoke
    14)QPR
    15)Norwich
    16)Wigan
    17)Reading
    18)West Ham
    19)Southampton
    20)Aston Villa

    I feel as if this will be the most likely outcome, the reason I see Aston Villa crumbling is because of the lack of strength in their team now.

  57. Daniel says:

    1.Manchester United
    2.Chelsea
    3.Manchester City
    4.Tottenham Hotspurs
    5.Arsenal
    6.Everton
    7.Newcastle
    8.Liverpool
    9.Fulham
    10.West brom
    11.Stoke
    12.Swansea
    13.QPR
    14.Sunderland
    15.West Ham
    16.Norwich
    17.Southampton
    18.Aston Villa
    19.Reading
    20.Wigan

    Promoted-Bolton,Blackpool,Blackburn

    Fa Cup-Newcastle
    League Cup-Everton
    Champions League-Barcelona

  58. jimmy says:

    ARSENAL WILL WIN
    MAN-U WILL LOSE

  59. v678 says:

    1.Chelsea
    2.Manchester city
    3.Manchester utd
    4.Liverpool
    5.Arsenal
    6.Tottenham
    7.Everton
    8.Swansea
    9.Newcastle
    10.Fulham
    11.Sunderland
    12.Stoke
    13.West brom
    14.Southampton
    15.Qpr
    16.Wigan
    17.West ham
    18.Aston villa
    19.Norwich
    20.Reading

  60. dust says:

    1.Manchester City
    2.Tottenham Hotspur
    3.Manchester United
    4.Chelsea
    5.Everton
    6.Newcastle
    7.Stoke
    8.Fulham
    9.Arsenal
    10.West brom
    11.Liverpool
    12.Swansea
    13.Reading
    14.Sunderland
    15.West Ham
    16.Wigan
    17.Southampton
    18.Aston Villa
    19.QPR
    20.Norwich

    Promoted-Sheffield Wednesday,Blackpool,Blackburn

    League Cup — Everton
    Champions League — Real Madrid
    Europa league — Spurs

  61. declan bullen says:

    Chelsea
    Man City
    Man Utd
    Arsenal
    Liverpool
    Everton
    Spurs
    Newcastle
    Swansea
    Sunderland
    West Brom
    Fuhlam
    West Ham
    Stoke
    QPR
    Wigan
    Southampton
    Reading
    Aston Villa
    Norwich

  62. Sammy says:

    Predictions (both with my head and with my heart) :

    1. Chelsea
    2. Manchester City
    3. Arsenal
    4. Everton
    5. Manchester United
    6. Newcastle United
    7. Swansea City
    8. Fulham
    9. West Bromwich Albion
    10. Tottenham Hotspur
    11. West Ham United
    12. Sunderland
    13. Wigan Athletic
    14. Liverpool
    15. Stoke City
    16. QPR
    17. Reading
    18. Norwich City
    19. Aston Villa
    20. Southampton

    Top scorer (Golden Boot winner): Michu
    Top assister: Eden Hazard

    League Cup: Blackburn Rovers
    FA Cup: Manchester City (as much as i’ll hate that)

  63. Sammy says:

    Gaffer, is there any deadline for which we can post our predictions or can we post them any time we want?
    Because if people make their predictions later into the season, wouldn’t it give them an unfair advantage when you tally the points and winners at the end of the season? Just wondering.

  64. ThePMan says:

    1 united
    2 chelsea
    3 city
    4 newcatle
    5 everton
    6 sunderland
    7 spurs
    8 arsenal
    9 swansea
    10 stoke
    11 fulham
    12 liverpool
    13 west brom
    14 wigan
    15 west ham
    16 southampton
    17 norwich
    18 reading
    19 villa
    20 QPR

  65. Todd says:

    Man united
    Man city
    Chelsea
    Arsenal
    Tottenham
    Newcastle
    Liverpool
    Everton
    Sunderland
    Stoke city
    Fulham
    West brom
    Swansea
    West ham
    Wigan
    Aston villa
    Qpr
    Norwich
    Reading
    Southampton

  66. Todd says:

    Fa cup stoke
    Carling cup man utd
    Championship promotions blackburn blackpool Nottingham forest or bolton

  67. Messiisaac says:

    Pos. Team Points
    1 Manchester City 91
    2 Manchester Utd 90
    3 Chelsea 81
    4 Arsenal 80
    5 Liverpool 78
    6 Everton 70
    7 Tottenham 67
    8 Newcastle Utd 64
    9 Sunderland 60
    10 Norwich 58
    11 Southampton 56
    12 West ham 54
    13 Swansea 50
    14 West brom 48
    15 Wigan 45
    16 Stoke city 42
    17 Fulham 39
    ————————————
    18 Aston Villa 35
    19 QPR 35
    20 Reading 34

    FA Cup: Chelsea
    Carling Cup: Arsenal
    Europa League: Liverpool
    Europa League 2nd: Inter Milan
    Champions League: Barcelona
    Champions League 2nd: Bayern Munich
    Promoted from Championship
    Bolton Wanderers 85
    Cardiff City 83
    Crystal Palace 82
    Relegated to Championship
    Aston Villa 35
    QPR 35
    Reading 35

  68. Liam Holman says:

    1.Manchester United
    2.Manchester City
    3.Chelsea
    4.Arsenal
    5.Tottenham Hotspur
    6.Liverpool
    7.Everton
    8.Swansea City
    9.West Bromwich Albion
    10.Fulham
    11.Norwich City
    12.Stoke City
    13.Sunderland AFC
    14.West Ham United
    15.Newcastle United
    16.Southampton
    17.Aston Villa
    18.Wigan Athletic
    19.Reading
    20.Queens Park Rangers

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