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Will The Big Four Be Separated This Season?

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In the race to finish in the top five in the Premier League to qualify for next season’s Champions League, it’ll be interesting to see how contenders Manchester City (Carlos Tevez), Aston Villa (Nigel Reo-Coker) and Tottenham (Peter Crouch) do against the usual suspects — Liverpool (Steven Gerrard), Arsenal (Cesc Fabregas), Chelsea (Didier Drogba) and Manchester United (Michael Owen).

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  1. bigdavestar

    August 30, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    I don’t think they will, Chelsea will probably win the league followed by United and then Arsenal. Liverpool will finish in fourth unless they invest in another striker and replacement for Alonso who they are clearly missing. Tottenham look good in the early stages but they haven’t exactly had the most difficult games, they played an out of sorts Liverpool, Hull and Birmingham, two teams who are destined for the drop. Man City have won 3 from 3 but only by narrow margins so there is nothing there to suggest they will walk into the top four either.

  2. Lyle

    August 29, 2009 at 2:38 pm

    Yes. Someone is going to get relegated. Likely Liverpool or Manchester United amazingly.

  3. Raatzie

    August 29, 2009 at 12:35 pm

    Liverpool would seem to be the primary contender for missing out – which I fear might lead to a Leeds United sequel.

    And Spurs seem to have a little mojo/karma going – ironically, in the first season since I’ve watched that they weren’t tapped for the top 4.

    But the season still is relatively young.

  4. Hussain

    August 29, 2009 at 9:44 am

    The big 4 might be separated this season. Two biggest candidates are Tottenham and Manchester City. These teams can score many goals and when they play agains teams like Birmingham (Tottenham today) and Portsmouth (Man City 2marou), it is even easier.

    • Matt

      August 29, 2009 at 10:59 am

      Not sure what you’re trying to say, seeing as every team plays every other team once, home and away.

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