There are no guarantees when making the 2022/23 Premier League predictions. On paper, any of the traditional ‘big six’ teams could win the title. Just as likely, those teams could flounder and put out a disappointing season.

Take Manchester United as an example from last season. Bringing in Cristiano Ronaldo and Raphael Varane looked like title-challenging moves. However, the club’s shortcomings yielded significant changes in both the squad and, of course, the manager. A sixth-placed finish almost pushed the club into the Europa Conference League. Yet, they enter with a renewed sense of confidence under the guide of Erik ten Hag.

Chelsea, Spurs, Liverpool and the defending champions, Manchester City, all finished the season fairly strong in 2021/22. With major acquisitions for each of those teams this summer, Premier League glory is the aim. Same goes for Arsenal. Despite a difficult close to the season, Gabriel Jesus comes over from Manchester City to put the finishing touches, literally and figuratively, on Mikel Arteta’s project at the Emirates.

The competitive nature of the Premier League could lead to any of those teams putting out incredible performances or massive letdowns. Big-club performances also make the threat of relegation overwhelming for some teams. Last season’s relegation battle almost sent Leeds and Everton down to the Championship. Those are two important clubs in the history of the Premier League. Therefore, it is anybody’s guess who suffers that fate this season. Can Nottingham Forest, Fulham and Bournemouth, three returners to the Premier League, stay up?

Let us know your table predictions in the comment section below.

2022/23 Premier League table prediction

The 2022/23 Premier League starts on Friday, August 5. For the second-straight year, the inaugural game of the season features Arsenal. This time, the Gunners are on the road at Crystal Palace. Coverage of this season is yet again on the NBC family of networks and Peacock Premium.

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Kyle Fansler

1. Liverpool
2. Manchester City
3. Tottenham Hotspur
4. Arsenal
5. Manchester United
6. Chelsea
7. Newcastle United
8. Leicester City
9. West Ham United
10. Brentford
11. Brighton and Hove Albion
12. Aston Villa
13. Crystal Palace
14. Everton
15. Wolverhampton Wanderers
16. Nottingham Forest
17. Southampton
18. Leeds United
19. Bournemouth
20. Fulham

Christopher Harris

1. Manchester City
2. Liverpool
3. Tottenham Hotspur
4. Arsenal
5. West Ham United
6. Chelsea
7. Manchester United
8. Newcastle United
9. Brighton and Hove Albion
10. Crystal Palace
11. Nottingham Forest
12. Wolverhampton Wanderers
13. Leicester City
14. Leeds United
15. Aston Villa
16. Southampton
17. Brentford
18. Fulham
19. Bournemouth
20. Everton