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EPL: let's predict the final ranking

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gerd

Retired Footballer
8 January 2002
Over the moon
KRC Genk, Spurs
Ok, let's amuse ourselves and predict the ranking at the endof the season. Here i go.

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

spektarm

Premier League
6 October 2006
Manchester United
1. Chelsea
2. Arsenal
3. Man Utd
4. Man City
5. Liverpool
6. Tottenham
7. West Ham
8. Crystal Palace
9. Southampton
10. Stoke City
11. Newcastle
12. Everton
13. Swansea City
14. WBA
15. Aston Villa
16. Sunderland
17. Norwich City
18. Leicester
19. Watford
20. Bournemouth
 
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gerd

Retired Footballer
8 January 2002
Over the moon
KRC Genk, Spurs
Man City will do better if they buy some players.
My 5th place prediction is with the current squad.
 

Topaz

Programmer/TheAwesomeGem
21 October 2011
United States
Chelsea, Spain
1 Chelsea
2 Arsenal
3 Man Utd
4 Liverpool
5 Man City
6 Spurs
7 Southampton
8 West Ham United
9 Stoke City
10 Everton
11 Crystal Palace
12 Swansea
13 WBA
14 Sunderland
15 Aston Villa
16 Newcastle
17 Norwich
18 Bournemouth
19 Leicester
20 Watford
 

WEtongelre

Champions League
17 February 2006
Eindhoven
Galatasaray
1 Arsenal
2 Chelsea
3 Man Utd
4 Man City
5 Southampton
6 Liverpool
7 Tottenham Hotspor
8 Everton
9 Swansea
10 Stoke City
11 West Ham United
12 Sunderland
13 Crystal Palace
14 Newcastle United
15 WBA
16 Aston Villa
17 Leicester
18 Watford
19 Norwich City
20 Bournemouth
 

Cesc Fabregas

Gooner
15 June 2007
Germany
BVB / Arsenal
1 Man Utd
2 Chelsea
3 Arsenal
4 Man City
5 Liverpool
6 Spurs
7 Crystal Palace
8 Southampton
9 WBA
10 Swansea City
11 West Ham United
12 Stoke City
13 Everton
14 Newcastle United
15 Norwich City
16 Sunderland
17 Watford
18 Leicester
19 Aston Villa
20 Bournemouth
 

Godotelli

Stroking Silva's Hair
27 July 2012
Manchester
Manchester City
1. Chelsea
2. City
3. Arsenal
4. Utd
5. Liverpool
6. Southampton
7. Spurs
8. Stoke
9. Swansea
10.Newcastle Utd
11.Everton
12.Palace
13.WBA
14.West Ham
15.Aston Villa
16.Watford
17.Leicester
18.Bournemouth
19.Sunderland
20.Norwich
 

ss4_goku

Premiership
26 May 2004
Hong Kong / Toronto
Man Utd
1 Chelsea
2 Man Utd
3 Arsenal
4 Man City
5 Liverpool
6 Southampton
7 Spurs
8 Stoke City
9 Everton
10 Swansea City
11 West Ham United
12 Crystal Palace
13 WBA
14 Newcastle United
15 Aston Villa
16 Sunderland
17 Norwich City
18 Leicester
19 Watford
20 Bournemouth
 

Godotelli

Stroking Silva's Hair
27 July 2012
Manchester
Manchester City
Does
---------------------Aguero
Sterling--Yaya--Fernandinho--De Bruyne--Silva

finish no higher than 4th? I think we could break all kinds of goal records this season so 4th-5th seems pessimistic to me!
 

bebo

Looking for a Manager
25 July 2005
Arsenal Thread
The Arsenal FC
1.Manchester City
2.Chelsea
3.Manchester United
4.Arsenal
5.Tottenham
6.Liverpool
7.Southampton
8.Stoke
9.Crystal Palace
10.Swansea
11.Everton
12.West Ham
13.Newcastle
14.West Brom
15.Sunderland
16.Aston Villa
17.Norwich
18.Watford
19. Leicester
20.Bournemouth
 

Topaz

Programmer/TheAwesomeGem
21 October 2011
United States
Chelsea, Spain
Eh I changed my mind.

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

PIPA23

retired :)
21 June 2007
01 Chelsea
02 Arsenal
03 Manchester United
04 Liverpool
05 Man City
06 Tottenham
07 Southampton
08 Crystal Palace
09 Stoke City
10 Swansea
11 Aston Villa
12 Newcastle
13 Everton
14 Watford
15 WBA
16 West Ham United
17 Sunderland
18 Leicester
19 Bournemouth
20 Norwich

:SMUG:
 

Godotelli

Stroking Silva's Hair
27 July 2012
Manchester
Manchester City
The press sure would love that, Pipa. I'd imagine the back pages would just be a huge picture of spunk

lol at methab. Friendlies don't mean shit (if for no other reason that no-one want to risk injury a few days before the season)
 

fib91

One-kit wonder
29 December 2007
Greece
PAOK
1- Man City
2- Man Utd
3- Chelsea
4- Arsenal
5- Tottenham
6- Southampton
7- Swansea
8- Everton
9- Stoke
10- Liverpool
11- Crystal Palace
12- Bournemouth
13- Watford
14- Sunderland
15- West Ham
16- WBA
17- Aston Villa
18- Newcastle
19- Norwich
20- Leicester
 

MadoxX

Crvena Zvezda
30 August 2009
Zrenjanin, Serbia
FK Crvena Zvezda
1 Chelsea
2 Manchester United
3 Manchester City
4 Arsenal
5 Tottenham
6 Liverpool
7 Everton
8 Stoke City
9 Southampton
10 Newcastle United
11 WBA
12 Aston Villa
13 Swansea City
14 Bournemouth
15 Sunderland
16 Norwich City
17 West Ham United
18 Crystal Palace
19 Watford
20 Leicester City
 

Thierry14

Banlieusard
21 June 2010
PARIS
RED STAR
1- Chelsea
2- Arsenal
3- Man United

4- Liverpool
5- Man City
6- Swansea
7- Spurs
8- Southampton
9- Crystal Palace
10- Everton
11- Stoke
12- WBA
13- Newcastle
14- Sunderland
15- Aston Villa
16- Bournemouth
17- West Ham
18- Leicester
19- Watford
20- Norwich
 

fd1972uk

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9 January 2002
Glasgow
Celtic
1 Chelsea
2 Man City
3 Man utd
4 Arsenal
5 Liverpool
6 Spurs
7 Southampton
8 West Ham United
9 Stoke City
10 Swansea
11 Everton
12 Newcastle
13 Aston Villa
14 Crystal Palace
15 Leicester
16 WBA
17 Norwich
18 Sunderland
19 Watford
20 Bournemouth


FD
 

brunnoce

World Cup Winner
29 July 2003
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Cruzeiro
1.Manchester City
2.Chelsea
3.Manchester United
4.Arsenal
5.Tottenham
6.Liverpool
7.Southampton
8.Everton
9.Swansea
10.Aston Villa
11.Stoke
12.West Ham
13.C.Palace
14.Newcastle
15.West Brom
16.Sunderland
17.Norwich
18.Watford
19. Leicester
20.Bournemouth
 

Damjan

World Cup Winner
16 July 2011
Arsenal|Juventus|ASSE
1. Manchester City
2. Chelsea
3. Arsenal

4. Manchester United
5. Liverpool
6. Tottenham Hotspur
7. Everton

8. Swansea
9. Southampton
10. Stoke
11. Crystal Palace
12. West Ham
13. Newcastle United
14. Leicester
15. Norwich
16. Aston Villa
17. Watford

18. Sunderland
19. West Brom
20. Bournemouth
 

spektarm

Premier League
6 October 2006
Manchester United
Most of us thought Leicester would get relegated! :LOL: (To my defence though at the time I didn't know Ranieri was taking over, otherwise I would have ranked them 15th :D)

And also quite a few thought Chelsea would defend their title! :D
 

gerd

Retired Footballer
8 January 2002
Over the moon
KRC Genk, Spurs
Nice to look at this again.

Mehtab was right about Chelsea (well he had a good hunch).

What a crazy season this is.

As a Spurs fan i can't wish Leicester to win it, now that we have a decent chance too (don't think we will however)...but if Spurs can't win it, please let Leicester win the title...good for Ranieri too...i wonder what Mourinho would think now...after all the abuse had for him while being in Italy.
 

mattmid

Champions League
15 December 2011
Gerd, I'm beginning to think Spurs can actually win it. They are very consistent, have the best defence and if they can keep the likes of Kane and Alli fit then they have a real chance. Of course the Europa Lge may cause them a problem if they go a long way and Vertonghen is a big injury for them (not sure how long he's out but I think it was his knee so probably a while?)

If Leicester can come out of their next two games still on top then they have a real chance with just their remaining league games to play whilst all the others will be in European competition (well, barring Arsenal, who will lucky to avoid a Valencia style thrashing against Barcelona the way they are playing at the moment)

I've also couldn't resist putting a bet on Man Utd at 40/1 being just 10pts adrift and seeming to find a bit of form at last. The fact they are still in touch having been awful all season is a miracle in itself.

Personally, as I don't support a Premier team, I hope Leicester do it.
 

beachryan

Golden Boot Winner
4 July 2003
Bermuda
I have no idea. This season has been awesome. Leicester are 10 points clear of 5th place. City have their worst points haul since they got rich, Liverpool have like their 2nd worst haul, Chelsea have their worst since Abramovich and I'd wager United probably do too. Ie, all the big teams aren't performing well.

Arsenal looked like they'd finally sorted it, but then have fallen apart in winter (shock). Spurs have 1 senior striker, but the best goal difference in the league.

Nothing makes sense. It's wonderful.
 

ss4_goku

Premiership
26 May 2004
Hong Kong / Toronto
Man Utd
hahaha, this is a very surprising season and makes for great television.

Honestly, I had no idea Chelsea and Leicester would turn out the way they are...i sort of expected the Utd, City, Arsenal, Pool and Spurs to be about where they are, but if you swap Leicester and Chelsea, then position-wise, its close to what many of us predicted. (Top of the table-wise as Newcastle, Villa and Swansea have disappointed as well)
 

gerd

Retired Footballer
8 January 2002
Over the moon
KRC Genk, Spurs
On football Weekly people said that is the way the English league often was before the EPL. A litle bit exagerated, but yes, it was less predictable then....

Everybody seems to love it.
 

ss4_goku

Premiership
26 May 2004
Hong Kong / Toronto
Man Utd
If that is true, then please let it continue. Its the best part of the English League in comparison to the other leagues. Other leagues all have a clear winner way too early and way too consistently that the others are just fighting for 2nd or 4th. Of course, we had the "big 4" before as well, but Spurs and City showed that they can fight too and became "big 6" and now a small team like leicester is showing that any team can do it. Southampton surprised many last year with great matches and ending higher than many thought, but Leicester is showing a whole different level of overachievement that is sustainable and pleasing on the eye.
 

fd1972uk

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9 January 2002
Glasgow
Celtic
I'd love to see Leicester do it, then followed by West Ham if I take the top 6 into the equation. Spurs would be good too following them.

However I do believe Man City will win it with a few points to spare.


FD
 

mattmid

Champions League
15 December 2011
I think one of the reasons perhaps for a more even Premier is that so many of the clubs have now been in it for years and with all the tv money are all now able to afford the 'better' players meaning they are spread around a little more, rather than the top few signing them all.

With the ridiculous sums of tv money coming from next season it's going to very very hard for any promoted team to compete unless they are one who has only just been relegated.
 
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