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2013-14 Premier League Table Predictions: What’s Your Top 20?

premier league trophy1 2013 14 Premier League Table Predictions: Whats Your Top 20?

Every season, for the past six years, I’ve asked you — the reader — to post your predictions of how you think the 20 teams will rank in the Premier League. The challenge every summer is that your predictions need to be posted before the season begins, which means it’s well before the transfer window closes.

Please post your predictions of the final 2013-14 Premier League table (from positions 1 through 20) in the comments section below. And for bonus points, add in your predictions of who will win the FA Cup and League Cup.

To take the plunge, here are my predictions for the 2013-14 season:

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

FA Cup winners: Chelsea

League Cup winners: Everton

All this could change with just a few major transfers between now and the end of the transfer window on September 2, but I’m sticking with my above predictions.

The depth in quality between the Premier League sides and the newly promoted clubs is just too much this season. Crystal Palace have come up to the top tier a season or two too early, in my opinion. They may have a bright start to the league, but will come crashing down once they need to start relying on depth and experience. Hull City and Cardiff will try to fight their way out, but I don’t believe they have the players necessary to get themselves out of trouble.

Tottenham Hotspur is my pick as the surprise side of the upcoming season. If they can keep Gareth Bale, I’m confident with my above prediction, but they’re going to be outclassed over the course of the season by a defiant Manchester United side that will be determined to keep the machine motoring along.

As an aside, I’m predicting that the Premier League clubs will collapse in the UEFA Champions League. The clubs will do well in the Group Stage, but when it comes to the latter stages of the tournament, they’ll be outclassed by the German, Spanish and French giants who have spent heavily this summer.

So who are your picks for the 2013/14 Premier League season? Post them below, and we’ll then take a look to see how well everyone did at the end of the season in May.

About Christopher Harris

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81 Responses to 2013-14 Premier League Table Predictions: What’s Your Top 20?

  1. Brian D says:

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

    FA Cup winners: Manchester City

    League Cup winners: Everton

    • Scott says:

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

      FA Cup Chelsea
      League Cup Man City

      • Scott says:

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

        • Scott says:

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

          FA Cup Man Utd

          League Cup Chelsea

          17.

        • Scott says:

          Anna says Liverpool FA Cup, Chelsea League Cup

  2. yespage says:

    1. Manchester United
    2. Arsenal (-10)
    3. Chelsea (-11)
    4. Tottenham Hotspur (-12)
    ———————————————————
    5. Manchester City (-13)
    6. Liverpool (-18)
    7. Everton (and so forth)
    ———————————————————
    8. Swansea City
    9. West Bromwich Albion
    10. Stoke City
    11. Newcastle United
    12. West Ham Untied
    13. Southampton
    14. Norwich City
    15. Hull City
    16. Fulham
    17. Cardiff City
    ———————————————————
    18. Sunderland
    19. Aston Villa
    20. Crystal Palace

    While Stoke City barely survived last year, they were about 3 ties -> wins away from the top 10. 9 through 17 will probably be separated by 6 to 8 points.

    Man United with Van Persie will win the title.

  3. Les says:

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

    FA Cup: Chelsea

    League Cup: Arsenal

  4. Andrew Boyd says:

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

    F.A. Cup winner: Chelsea

    League Cup winner: Tottenham Hotspur

  5. Tri Rail Firm says:

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

    FA Cup winners: Chelsea

    League Cup winners: Everton

  6. Neil O. says:

    Man U champions as if nothing has happened in their camp? Arsenal not in their guaranteed 4th spot? Tottenham second without Bale? some of these posts are hilarious.

    • Christopher Harris says:

      So Neil, what’s your top 20 so you can show us how wrong we are?

    • Kartik Krishnaiyer says:

      United won the league by 11 points last season and were up by 15 late in the campaign so perhaps they had less to do in the window than the other sides chasing them.

      Spurs transfers have been impressive to this point. Manchester City is debuting a manager who has never worked in an English-speaking country previously and four players transferred in have never played in England before. They could be better but could be a LOT worse than last season when despite unhappy players, Mancini still guided them to a 2nd place finish.

      Jose’s return to Chelsea does not guarantee them anything except lively media coverage.

      I can see how people can pick Chelsea or City based on theories about new signings and management changes. Still it is far from unreasonable to pick United to win the title at this point.

      • Adam Heap says:

        While I understand the logic that United won by a considerable margin therefore should need to do less, weren’t City criticised the year before for not bringing in players to really challenge the existing squad?

    • Ben Hastings says:

      Certainly some bold predictions haha, no chance United win the title first season under Moyes, he looks a little out of his depth imo. Without some serious reinforcements United will probably have to settle for 3rd as Chelsea and City battle it out for the title, the talent gap is just too big. If RVP gets injured, as he has had a habit of doing, United are in serious trouble, especially if the Rooney situation doesn’t get sorted. Their transfer strategy this summer has been nothing short of idiotic, targeting totally unreachable targets when they desperately need a defensive midfielder.

      I do think Spurs will do very well this season regardless of whether or not Bale leaves, AVB is a good manager and I think a 3rd or 4th place finish is definitely doable, they’ve already made some very good signings in Soldado and Paulinho.

      Picking all three promoted sides to get relegated seems a bit lazy, I think Carfiff should stay up, they’ve signing some good players such as Caulker and Gary Medel from Sevilla.

      As for English clubs in the CL, I think United will probably collapse and Arsenal will do their usual business of going out in the round of 16, but I think Chelsea and City under Mourinho and Pellegrini should do well, maybe not win the whole thing necessarily, but those are two managers with a lot of pedigree in the competition. Only Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Bayern Munich can really claim to have better squads, I’d put the likes of Juventus and Dortmund more or less on equal footing.

      • Ben Hastings says:

        I think people will see how much of an impact SAF had on United’s performance this season, De Gea,RVP, Rooney if he’s bothered and maybe Vidic and Carrick are the only United players who would get near City or Chelsea’s starting XI.

  7. Evan says:

    hmm, you definitely picked a unique top four. I don’t see any of those teams being in spots you put them in. I guess we’ll have to wait and see!

    I would honestly just be guessing the places in the middle of the table, so here are my top 4 and bottom 3.

    Top 4:
    1:Chelsea
    2: Man City
    3. Man United
    4. Arsenal

    Bottom 3:
    18: Cardiff
    19: Stoke
    20: Hull

  8. Mufc77 says:

    1. Utd
    2. City/spurs
    4. Chelsea

    5. Arsenal
    6. Everton/ Swansea
    8.Newcastle
    9.Villa
    10. Stoke
    11.WBA
    12. Southampton
    13. Fulham
    14. West Ham
    15. Norwich
    16. Liverpool
    17. Crystal palace
    18. Cardiff
    19. Hull
    20. Sunderland

    If utd get off to a good start and can maintain form until Xmas our schedule the second half of the season is very favorable. Even without new additions we will still have the experience to be competitive. If spurs can maintain consistency against the mid table and teams in the bottom half they could be a good outside bet for the league.

    I’m not sold in Chelsea walking away with the title. It’s a very different team from Jose first time around. You can talk about the squad strength all you like but it doesn’t change the fact that they have average center forwards,

    • Evan says:

      Somebody with “MUFC” in their username picked United to win. How surprising..

      • Mufc77 says:

        Well we have won give of the last seven and walked the league last season by 11 points with zero contributions from Nani, Valencia and a average season by Rooney. We leaked goals on a regular basis and still made it look easy in the end so yeah I’m quietly confident this year.

  9. Steve says:

    1 Man City
    2 Chelsea
    3 Man Utd
    4 Spurs
    5 Arsenal
    6 Everton
    7 Liverpool
    8 Swansea
    9 Sunderland
    10 Newcastle
    11 West Ham
    12 Norwich
    13 Southampton
    14 Fulham
    15 West Brom
    16 Aston Villa
    17 Cardiff City
    18 Stoke City
    19 Crystal Palace
    20 Hull City
    FA Cup: Chelsea
    League Cup: Bradford City

  10. San Fransiscan says:

    Surpised by the no. of posts predicting Mancheste United to win it, I for one don’t think they’ll do it this year, I do hope they win it but pre-season looked really REALLY bad. But let’s see how the first five games go, that will almost decide if the League would be headed their way or not.

  11. James Woodman says:

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

    FA Cup: Watford
    League Cup: Everton

  12. Todd says:

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

    FA Cup winners: Machester City
    League Cup winners: Arsenal

    Spurs will sell Bale and although they have bought this summer they will not have enough time to use the Bale money to buy more this window which is why they will be outside top 4 again. Liverpool will sell Suarez and although they can use that money in the future they run a real risk of falling because one-man team will be gone. Even if he does stay 6 games without him to start will be really telling–how many points they get out of possible 18 could really tell the story.

  13. Daniel says:

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

    FA Cup: Manchester City
    League Cup: Swansea City!

  14. Kartik Krishnaiyer says:

    Very tentative with transfer window far from closed…these picks based on CURRENT squads which includes Bale at Spurs, Rooney at United and Suarez at Liverpool.

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

    For those who say Chelsea could never finish as low as 4th recall they finished 6th just two seasons ago, often forgotten because of the Champions League triumph. Reality is Chelsea could win the title but could also crash and burn. Spurs won’t win the title but as of now they have less weaknesses than Chelsea. Let’s see what the remainder of the window provides.

  15. I’m usually pretty good at this, so anyone picking Fulham to go down are morons :)

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

    FA CUP: Manchester United
    League Cup: Sunderland

  16. Paul says:

    I do think Spurs will be the surprise package of the season but I’m sticking with the Manchester clubs to fill the top 2 spots, and Chelsea to occupy 3rd. Bit too soon for Jose to have made his mark. Spurs will break loose on Arsenal this season to take a CL spot. I’m niggling to put Liverpool in 5th but I think Arsenal will edge it. I think Stoke will be woeful this time out but I think they’ll scrape it and it’ll be 3 up and the same 3 down again.

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

    As for cup runs… literally anything can happen there so I’m not going there! ;)

  17. StellaWasAlwaysDown says:

    1. Chelsea
    2. Man U
    3. Man City
    4. Arsenal
    ———————————————————
    5. Liverpool
    6. Tottenham
    7. Swansea
    ———————————————————
    8. Everton
    9. Villa
    10. West Ham
    11. Fulham
    12. Sunderland
    13. New Castle
    14. Norwich
    15. Southhampton
    16. West Brom
    17. Cardiff
    ———————————————————
    18. Stoke
    19. Hull City
    20. Crystal Palace

    FA Cup winners: Man U

    League Cup winners: Villa

    This could all change with a few transfers, especially with Spurs. Chelsea are poised to win with Man U adjusting to life without Sir Alex. New coaching goes for Man City too, and Everton will face a tough battle with Martinez at the helm. Arsenal and Liverpool haven’t done enough to get over the hump yet again. I look for my Villa to surprise and go into the top 10 and build on last year. UTV!

  18. RJ says:

    1. Arsenal
    2. Chelsea
    3. Manchester City
    4. Manchester Utd
    ———————————————————
    5. Everton
    6. Spurs
    7. Swansea City
    ———————————————————
    8. Liverpool
    9. West Ham
    10. Sunderland
    11. Southampton
    12. Fulham
    13. Norwich
    14. West Brom
    15. Aston Villa
    16. Newcastle
    17. Stoke
    ———————————————————
    18. Crystal Palace
    19. Cardiff
    20. Hull City Tigers

    Weird feeling about Arsenal this year. Definitely not deep, but a lot of talent in that starting 11 and they seem to really start clicking at the end of last season (and in the pre-season).

  19. Edgar Perez says:

    1. Chelsea
    2. Manchester United
    3. Manchester City
    4. Tottenham Hotspur
    ———————————————————
    5. Arsenal
    6. Liverpool
    7. Everton
    ———————————————————
    8. Swansea City
    9. Sunderland
    10. West Ham United
    11. Aston Villa
    12. Newcastle United
    13. Norwich City
    14. West Bromwich Albion
    15. Cardiff City
    16. Southhampton
    17. Fulham
    ———————————————————
    18. Stoke City
    19. Hull City
    20. Crystal Palace
    FA Cup winners: Manchester City
    League Cup winners: Everton

  20. Sheed says:

    1. City
    2. Chelsea
    3. United
    4. Arsenal
    ————————————
    5. Spurs
    6. Newcastle
    ————————————
    7. Swans
    8. WBA
    9. Liverpool
    10. Everton
    11. Sunderland
    12. Fulham
    13. WHU
    14. Southampton
    15. Norwich
    16. Cardiff
    17. Stoke
    ————————————
    18. Villa
    19. Palace
    20. Hull

    Liverpool wins the FA to crash the Europa League and the Gunners takes the League Cup.

  21. SeanB says:

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

    FA Cup winners: Arsenal

    League Cup winners: Liverpool

  22. Chris says:

    Chelsea
    Manchester United
    Manchester City
    Tottenham Hotspur
    —————–
    Arsenal
    Liverpool
    Everton
    —————–
    West Bromwich Albion
    Fulham
    West Ham United
    Southampton
    Swansea City
    Sunderland
    Norwich City
    Aston Villa
    Stoke City
    Newcastle United
    ———————-
    Hull City
    Cardiff City
    Crystal palace

  23. Sean says:

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

    F.A. Cup: Manchester City
    League Cup: Everton

  24. Donaldinho says:

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

    FA Cup winners: Manchester City
    League Cup winners: Liverpool

  25. apw says:

    Why do so many of you think Fulham will get relegated? I’ll admit we haven’t gotten much better, but we are not much worse either. The signings we brought in are all experienced at top levels, plus we have a fair amount of stability as everyone we let go was basically a bit-part player. S

    Some more creativity and another goal scorer and we could make some noise, that is as long as Taarabt and Berbatov don’t kill each other. We were at 40 points with plenty of games left last year, we just took our foot of the pedal (which was frustrating but oh well). A bunch of new signings doesn’t mean success, look at QPR.

    Oh well, like every year people say we will go down and yet, we are still here.

  26. jamieru says:

    1.) Manchester United
    2.) Manchester City
    3.) Tottenham (if Bale stays, which it looks like he will I could see them locking into #2)
    4.) Chelsea

    5.) Arsenal (I see Arsenal and Liverpool off the CL group by at least 4 pts. making it not that close)
    6.) Liverpool
    7.) Everton

    8.) Swansea
    9.) West Ham United
    10.) Newcastle

    Rest.

    Hull City and Crystal Palace are my top picks for relegation.

  27. Mike says:

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

    FA CUP: Liverpool
    League Cup: Arsenal

  28. Ivan says:

    1. Man City.
    2. Chelsea.
    3. Man United.
    4. Tottenham.
    5. Liverpool.
    6. Arsenal.

    Relegated: Hull, C. Palace, Stoke.

    Fulham has too much talent to go down, same with Villa…

  29. jordan findlay says:

    1.Man City
    2.Man Utd
    3.Chelsea
    4.Liverpool
    5.Arsenal
    6.Everton
    7.Tottenham
    8.Swansea
    9.Southhampton
    10.Norwich
    11.West Ham
    12.Newcastle
    13.Aston Villa
    14.Fulham
    15West Brom
    16.Stoke
    17.Cardiff
    18.Sunderland
    19.Hull Tigers
    20.Crystal Palace

  30. Steven P. says:

    1. Manchester City
    2. Arsenal (if they get Suarez or Benzema)
    3. Spurs (if they keep Bale)
    4. Chelsea (Mourinho won’t find it easy 2nd time around)
    5. Manchester United (1st season blues for Moyes plus no more ‘Fergie Time’)
    6. Everton (if they can keep Fellaini)
    7. Swansea (Laudrup will excel in his 2nd season)
    8. Liverpool (don’t think they can keep Suarez and their buys so far have been uninspiring)
    9. Southampton
    10. West Ham
    11. West Brom
    12. Aston Villa
    13. Newcastle
    14. Norwich
    15. Stoke
    16. Cardiff
    17. Sunderland
    18. Fulham
    19. Crystal Palace
    20. Hull

    FA Cup: Manchester United
    League Cup: Manchester City

    Champions League: Real Madrid
    Europa League: Lyon

    All these predictions could change once the transfer window is closed. Then we will have a better idea of what may happen.

  31. Ken says:

    1 City
    2 Chelsea
    3 Arsenal
    4 Spurs
    5 Manu
    6 Liverpool
    .who
    .really
    .care
    .?
    18 Hull
    19 Cardiff
    20 Palace

  32. Micahr says:

    Anyone that thinks Spurs will finish 2nd is not worth doing this for.

    Seriously Spurs!!!

  33. Dave says:

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

    League Cup winner: Chelsea
    FA Cup Winner: Chelsea
    Champions League: Barca
    Europa: Benfica

  34. Tyler says:

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

  35. Mark S. says:

    chelsea
    spurs
    city
    united
    arsenal
    pool
    swansea
    newcastle
    villa
    everton
    west ham
    sunderland
    southampton
    brom
    norwich
    cardiff
    fulham

    palace
    stoke
    hull

  36. Guy says:

    I’m not smart enough to come up with a list, but I can say this with some assurance. People have been picking Stoke to go down ever since they came up. How has that worked out?….Exactly. It is a lazy choice.

    If you think the team under Hughes is somehow going to be worse than the team under Pulis you just haven’t been paying attention. But that’s really nothing new. So many fans can’t get beyond looking at the top 5 or 6 teams in the league.

    More’s the pity. You’re missing all the fun the rest of us are having.

    • gbewing says:

      How has Stoke improve their team from last year?

      Hughes is a horrible gaffer- definition of retread

      not lazy at all- I just think the other teams are better -Could Stoke get 17th or 16th sure but no chance at top 10- we’re not lazy Stoke is lazy

      • Guy says:

        Your opinion. Fine. I make no brief for Hughes other than he can not possibly be worse than TP. If you think he can be, then I stand by my previous statement…..you haven’t been paying attention, at least, not to Stoke.

        Who said anything about top 10 for Stoke? My sole point was they keep getting picked to drop and it never happens. Won’t this year either. :-)

        • gbewing says:

          you claim everyone but you is lazy and not paying attention, yet you won’t commit toyour own assessment of the team who said they finish 10th, who said anything everyone but you

          lazy? from the guy who can’t be bothered to offer his own opinion on the line- so what’s the answer to the ? how have they improved from last year? who are they better than? the reason no one pays attention to Stoke is because no one can get through a game -nothing personal mate I just think there are 17 better teams-I’m sure Mark Hughes will give Stoke his all the ole QPR treatment

          • Guy says:

            You need to sober up, because the gibberish you’re writing makes no sense.

            This is Ground Control to Major Tom…..over and out.

  37. Patrick says:

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

    FA Cup: Manchester City
    League Cup: Liverpool

  38. gbewing says:

    1. Chelsea most talent and Jose is good in 1rst year
    2. M City I think Pellegrini is + coach for them
    3. Tottenham we will score can we defend
    4. Man United- not saying the negative I just think it’s a very tough top 4 and it’s hard to repeat, with a new gaffer and I think some back room issues will be there from older players much like Chelsea with AVB
    5. Everton with Fellaini and Baines
    6. Norwich-
    7. Arsenal with current squad
    8. Swansea

    9. Sunderland
    10. New Castle
    11. W Ham
    12. Liverpool

    13. A Villa
    14. S hampton
    15. Cardiff
    16. W Brom

    17. Fulham
    18. Stoke
    19. Hull City
    20. Crystal Palace

  39. Brad says:

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

  40. Adam Heap says:

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

    FA Cup: Manchester United
    League Cup: Manchester City

    • StellaWasAlwaysDown says:

      Seriously? Villa going down at 20th? Madness…

      • Adam Heap says:

        I made a number of bold predictions in this list, and while I’m not expecting all of them to come true, neither am I convinced that Villa have solved all their problems of last year, despite keeping Benteke.

  41. Craig says:

    1. Chelsea
    2. Manchester City
    3. Tottenham
    4. Manchester United
    ———————————————————
    5. Liverpool
    6. Arsenal
    7. Swansea City
    ———————————————————
    8. Everton
    9. Norwich
    10. Southampton
    11. West Ham
    12. West Brom
    13. Aston Villa
    14. Fulham
    15. Newcastle
    16. Sunderland
    17. Hull City
    ———————————————————
    18. Stoke City
    19. Cardiff City
    20. Crystal Palace
    FA Cup winners: Manchester City
    League Cup winners: Liverpool

  42. Steven P. says:

    Gaffer, hope you start a weekly match-result prediction thread every Friday.

  43. eltricolor2014 says:

    1. Manchester United
    2. Chelsea
    3. Manchester City
    4. Arsenal
    ———————————————————
    5. Tottenham Hotspur (Bale-less)
    6. Everton
    7. Swansea City
    ———————————————————
    8. Liverpool
    9. Sunderland
    10. Southampton
    11. West Ham United

    FA Cup winners: Man United

    League Cup winners: Hotspur

  44. Clampdown says:

    As every year, I get to prove that I am awful at this.

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

  45. Matt says:

    1. Manchester City
    2. Chelsea
    3. Manchester United
    4. Spurs
    ———————————————————
    5. Arsenal
    6. Liverpool
    7. Swansea
    ———————————————————
    8. Aston Villa
    9. Southampton
    10. Norwich
    11. Newcastle
    12. Everton
    13. Sunderland
    14. West Brom
    15. Fulham
    16. West Ham
    17. Cardiff
    ———————————————————
    18. Stoke
    19. Hull
    20. Palace
    FA Cup winners: Manchester City
    League Cup winners: Manchester United

  46. Jesse says:

    1. Man City
    2. Chelsea
    3. Spurs
    4. Man United
    5. Liverpool
    6. Arsenal
    ______________________

    7. Everton
    8. Swansea
    9. Aston Villa
    10. West Brom
    11. Newcastle
    12. West Ham
    13. Southampton
    14. Fulham
    15. Sunderland
    16. Norwich
    17. Cardiff
    ______________________

    18. Stoke
    19. Hull
    20. Crystal Palace

    14-20 will be in the relegation zone for most of the season.

    There’s going to be more shock results this season with all the top teams losing points to mid-table and below teams.

    With all the managerial changes at the top no team will run away from the pack and the title won’t be won till the last or 2nd last weekend of the season.

    FA Cup – Spurs
    League Cup – Man United

    Top Scorer- Soldado
    PFA Player of the Year – Jesus Navas
    Youth Player of the Year – Coutinho

    Champions League – PSG
    Europa League – Arsenal

  47. BuckNastee says:

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

    FA Cup – Chelsea
    League Cup – Liverpool

  48. M Emanuel says:

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

    FA Cup: Manchester United

    League Cup:Liverpool

  49. LOL says:

    1 MAN U 2 CHELSEA 3 MAN CITY 4 ARSENAL 5 LIVERPOOL 6 SPURS [BALE IS GONE TO REAL] 7 SWANSEA 8 FULHAM 9 EVERTON 10 WEST HAM 11 ASTON VILLA 12 WEST BROWM 13 NORWICH 14 SUNDERLND 15 CARDIFF 16 CRYSTAL PALACE 17 NEWCASTLE 18 STOKE 19 HULL CITY 20 SOUTHAMPTON

  50. moyes says:

    manutd
    mancity
    chelsea
    tottenham
    liverpool
    arsenal
    westham
    swansea
    everton
    southampton
    norwich
    aston villa
    fulham
    stokecity
    cardiff
    newcastle
    hullcity
    westbrom
    crystal palace
    sunderland

  51. moyes says:

    fa cup: liverpool, runner up : norwich
    capital one : aston villa , runner up: swansea
    ucl : bayern munich , runner up: real madrid
    uel : benifica, runner up : cska moscow

  52. Jay-z says:

    1/2.City/Spurs

    3/4.Chelsea/Man UTD

    5.Arsenal
    6.Liverpool
    7.Everton

  53. Amun says:

    1.Chelsea
    2.Man City
    3.Arsenal
    4.Man u
    ————
    5.Spurs
    6.Liverpool
    7. Swansea City
    ———————————————————
    8. Everton
    9. Norwich
    10. West Ham
    11. Southampton
    12. West Brom
    13. Aston Villa
    14. Fulham
    15. Newcastle
    16. Sunderland
    17. Hull City
    ———————————————————
    18. Stoke City
    19. Cardiff City
    20. Crystal Palace
    FA Cup winners: Arsenal
    League Cup winners: Liverpool

  54. datuna says:

    1.manchester city
    2.chelsea
    3.tottenham
    4.liverpool(because of good signings)
    5.man utd
    6.arsenal
    7.aston villa
    8.everton
    9.newcastle
    10.swansea
    11.southampton
    12.fulham
    13.wba
    14.stoke city
    15.cardiff city
    16.sunderland
    17.west ham
    18.crystal palace
    19.norwich city
    20.hull city

  55. Chelsea will won in this year and second team is Manchester united third is lever pool that is may prediction
    thanks all of you

  56. Liam Millo says:

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

    I’m from Hull and if Hull city brought in a decent striker i could see us finishing 13th. Hull are capable of beating all teams in the premier league as you could see against Man City, we deserved to win and had the better of them, we just need somebody who can score goals.

  57. PMaNN17 says:

    liverpool
    man city
    chelsea
    spurs
    united
    arsenal
    everton
    swansea
    west brom
    southampton
    villa
    fulham
    norwich
    cardiff
    west ham
    crystal palace
    stoke
    sunderland
    newcastle
    hull

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