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2014-15 Premier League Table Predictions: What’s Your Top 20?

premier league kits 600x374 2014 15 Premier League Table Predictions: What’s Your Top 20?

For the past seven years, we’ve asked you — the reader — to predict how you think the Premier League table will finish up at the end of the season. The challenge is that we ask you this before the season kicks off, and before the summer transfer window ends.

It’s an opportunity for you to share your expertise and guess how the table will end for the 2014/15 season. Post your top 20 in the comments section below.

Here’s my prediction.

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

It’s difficult to predict at this early stage of the season, but it appears that many of the clubs have done their summer transfer shopping earlier than usual this summer, so take your best shot at predicting the final 20. And good luck.

We’ll review the predictions after the end of the season to see how everyone did.


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