Premier League Predictions Table 2021/22

Premier League Predictions Table

Premier League,It has been 82 days since we last saw the English Premier League season end, and while I have no doubt that there will be plenty of predictions to make for the season to come, it would also be unfair not to mention how wrong some people have been over the years. In fact, I’d go so far as to say they’ve been consistently wrong. The truth is that this season has been far from perfect for the EPL, with some weak teams and a few good ones doing their best to avoid defeat. There are many who have predicted things for the upcoming campaign quite comfortably, only to be proven completely wrong. Let’s look at some of the best predictions that have come out of the woodwork this season.Premier League Predictions Table 2021/22.

Premier League Predictions Table 2021/22

Premier League Predictions Table 2021/22
Premier League Predictions Table 2021/22

So just what have the predictions been this season? Well, some have been predicting a number of different upsets, including Manchester City upsetting title challengers to Chelsea, Manchester United toppling arch rivals Arsenal, Watford stealing the title from Newcastle, and even Crystal Palace surprising Manchester United. Others have been calling for changes at the top of the premiership, such as manager Harry Red Knapp opting to leave in order to rebuild his team, or talks of the league’s governing body, the FA, being brought into some form of turmoil. And while those are definitely fair comments, who hasn’t betted for a Liverpool or Manchester United victory, or a Newcastle side toppling of the Emirates in the league?

Premier League Predictions Table 2021/22

Premier League,As the season winds down and we move into October, it’s time to take a long hard look at the premier league predictions that have been making the rounds this year. It’s fair to say that most of them have been way off the mark, with the exception of the odd prediction such as Arsenal winning the FA Cup. However, those that haven’t been so lucky have also suffered a huge fall from expectation, seeing their sides struggle through poor performances and dropping points left, right and centre. So if you’ve been watching and betting, you owe it to yourself to take a good long look at the forecasts that have been giving out and decide for yourself whether they’re being fair. After all, you never know when the next big break is going to come around.

Premier League Table 2021/22

Chris Deeley

1. Manchester City
2. Manchester United
3. Liverpool
4. Chelsea
5. Leicester
6. Tottenham Hotspur
7. Leeds
8. Arsenal
9. Aston Villa
10. West Ham
11. Brighton
12. Everton
13. Burnley
14. Newcastle
15. Southampton
16. Wolves
17. Watford
18. Crystal Palace
19. Brentford
20. Norwich

Bonus Ball: Che Adams will score more goals for Southampton than Danny Ings does for Villa.

Scott Saunders

  1. Manchester City
  2. Chelsea
  3. Manchester United
  4. Liverpool
  5. Tottenham Hotspur
  6. Arsenal
  7. Leicester
  8. Leeds
  9. Aston Villa
  10. Everton
  11. West Ham
  12. Burnley
  13. Brighton
  14. Wolves
  15. Brentford
  16. Newcastle
  17. Watford
  18. Crystal Palace
  19. Southampton
  20. Norwich

Bonus Ball: Anthony Martial to score 20+ Premier League goals, because absolutely nobody expects him to.

Andy Headspeath

1. Manchester City
2. Chelsea
3. Manchester United
4. Liverpool
5. Leicester
6. Arsenal
7. Leeds
8. Aston Villa
9. Tottenham Hotspur
10. West Ham
11. Everton
12. Brighton
13. Wolves
14. Burnley
15. Newcastle
16. Brentford
17. Crystal Palace
18. Southampton
19. Norwich
20. Watford

Bonus Ball: The return of fans results in a sharp increase in home victories generally. None of the top four lose more once at home all season.

Jack Gallagher

1. Manchester City
2. Manchester United
3. Chelsea
4. Liverpool
5. Leicester
6. Aston Villa
7. Tottenham Hotspur
8. West Ham
9. Arsenal
10. Leeds
11. Everton
12. Wolves
13. Crystal Palace
14. Burnley
15. Brentford
16. Brighton
17. Newcastle
18. Southampton
19. Watford
20. Norwich

Bonus Ball: My all-Ireland FPL team reaches the 1000 point mark for the first time in the last three seasons (topped out at 637 last year).

Declan Rice, West Ham

Toby Cudworth

1. Manchester City
2. Chelsea
3. Manchester United
4. Liverpool
5. Tottenham Hotspur
6. Arsenal
7. Leicester
8. Aston Villa
9. Leeds
10. West Ham
11. Everton
12. Wolves
13. Burnley
14. Newcastle
15. Brighton
16. Crystal Palace
17. Brentford
18. Southampton
19. Norwich
20. Watford

Bonus Ball: Jamie Vardy’s party comes to a shuddering halt and he scores just 6 goals this season.

Jude Summerfield

1. Chelsea
2. Manchester City
3. Manchester United
4. Liverpool
5. Leicester
6. Tottenham Hotspur
7. West Ham
8. Arsenal
9. Aston Villa
10. Leeds
11. Everton
12. Wolves
13. Brighton
14. Newcastle
15. Burnley
16. Brentford
17. Crystal Palace
18. Norwich
19. Southampton
20. Watford

Bonus Ball: Steve Bruce to win two manager of the month awards.

Sean Walsh

1. Manchester City
2. Chelsea
3. Manchester United
4. Liverpool
5. Tottenham Hotspur
6. Leicester
7. Arsenal
8. Everton
9. Aston Villa
10. Leeds
11. West Ham
12. Newcastle
13. Brighton
14. Burnley
15. Wolves
16. Brentford
17. Crystal Palace
18. Southampton
19. Watford
20. Norwich

Bonus Ball: Southampton sack Ralph Hasenhuttl early and struggle all year long.

Krishan Davis

  1. Manchester City
  2. Chelsea
  3. Liverpool
  4. Manchester United
  5. Leicester
  6. Tottenham Hotspur
  7. Aston Villa
  8. Arsenal
  9. West Ham
  10. Leeds
  11. Everton
  12. Wolves
  13. Brighton
  14. Crystal Palace
  15. Newcastle
  16. Southampton
  17. Brentford
  18. Burnley
  19. Watford
  20. Norwich

Bonus Ball: Mikel Arteta sacked in November.

Jamie Spencer

1. Manchester City
2. Manchester United
3. Chelsea
4. Liverpool
5. Leicester
6. Arsenal
7. Aston Villa
8. Leeds
9. Everton
10. Tottenham Hotspur
11. West Ham
12. Crystal Palace
13. Burnley
14. Brighton
15. Brentford
16. Newcastle
17. Wolves
18. Watford
19. Southampton
20. Norwich

Bonus Ball: Arsenal and Tottenham won’t finish the season with their current managers.

Tom Gott

  1. Manchester City
  2. Chelsea
  3. Manchester United
  4. Liverpool
  5. Leicester
  6. Tottenham Hotspur
  7. Aston Villa
  8. Arsenal
  9. West Ham
  10. Leeds
  11. Everton
  12. Crystal Palace
  13. Wolves
  14. Brighton
  15. Burnley
  16. Newcastle
  17. Watford
  18. Southampton
  19. Norwich
  20. Brentford

Bonus Ball: Rafa Benitez first manager to be sacked.

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