Predictions for The Premier League (top 10)

Predictions for The Premier League (top 10)

5. Brighton 4. Newcastle 3. Liverpool 2. Manchester City 1. Arsenal

Every soccer fan is excited for the brand new season of the Premier League. Who will come back better? Who will be the under dogs? Who will stop Manchester City? These are the questions that everyone is asking. I will give you my predictions on who will be relegated to the championship, and who will hold up the Premier League trophy at the end of this season.

10. Crystal palace

They have a lot of speed on their team and there is lot of young talent- like Zaha, Nathaniel Klein, and Michael Olise. There’s a lot of young talent on the team. They’re just an overall solid team with no major weaknesses, and with Olise staying in Crystal Palace, they have very promising young talent that could blossom to something special.

9. Chelsea.

It has not been looking good for the Blues. After the change in management, they have been in shambles, especially after getting rid of Thomas Tuchel. They have the talent, now all they need is to get their act together. Things have been looking up with their new manager Pochettino, but he needs time to do anything special. As we can see, in his time in Tottenham Hotspur.

8. Aston Villa

There isn’t much to say about Aston Villa. They’re a good team with a good balance of veteran players and young players, with a manager that has seen it all in Unai Emery.

7. Manchester United

There are no words to describe the train wreck that Manchester United is in. Things looked promising last season when they got champions, league placement, which hasn’t happened since the 2022/23 season. It is insane to think about how good things were looking two months back. Some of the problems that Man United have include the inconsistency of the top three, their lack of full backs, Mason Greenwood, and club management. It’s going to be an interesting season for the Devils.

6. Tottenham

Tottenham fans must be over the moon and shocked at the same time to see how well the club is performing without Harry Kane. It is a surprise to everyone that they won 2 and drew 1. New transfers like James Madison and Vicario not only bring promising talents to the club, but they are young, which means they could even become better than they already are.

5. Brighton

Two seasons ago, they came out of absolutely nowhere. The people barely knowing their existence two years ago, and now they are one of the best clubs in Europe. This is an amazing rise of talent.Their scouting is spectacular, for example, Mitoma, MacAllister, and Caicedo, selling most of those to the big dogs with the big bucks, like Caicedo to Chelsea and McAllister to Liverpool. But they’re overall still a great club.

4. New castle

They have had a rocky start to the season, but Eddie Howe’s is still the best British manager in the league, taking a club that was about to get relegated, to a Europa League spot. I think the experience of the players and the defensive resilience of his strategies will pull through for a Champions League spot. ( Fox Sports places Newcastle 5th)

3. Liverpool

This Liverpool squad has something to prove. They are going to be an exciting watch, since they only had Europa. These players have something to prove, coming into this season with a vengeance and it shows. With a 2-1 win against New Castle and 3-1 win against Bournemouth. They’re going to fast, electric, and full of energy, especially with Juergen Klopp’s “Heavy Metal” style of soccer. Heavy metal football is a style of constant pressure and pressing. ( Fox Sports places Liverpool 2nd)

2. Manchester City

Now they’re a safe bet to win the league again especially, because of their recent treble winners, but I have a feeling that they’re going to slip, not a major choke but, I feel like they’re going to lose some big games. They don’t have as much to say as the other clubs, even though they’re bringing the highest of talent from every league in Europe, such as Gvardiol from the Bundesliga and Kovačić from the Premier League. But sports are filled with surprises, and that’s one of reasons we watch them. ( ESPN places Manchester City in 1st)


Similar feelings on Liverpool but twice that amount, The beautiful and fluid way Arsenal plays is mesmerizing to watch. This squad knows what it takes to be on the top. Now what they need to learn is how to maintain that lead for a season. They have the talent and they have the youth all they need to do make use of it. They might of have one of the best transfer markets with Kai Havertz, Declan Rice, and Kirean Timber all joining the club. Let’s see how they do under new management. ( Fox Sports place Arsenal 3rd)


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