Predict the Top 6 - 2022/23 Official Edition.

duffer

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It's getting to be that time again. One week before the season starts.

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5,
6,

Go!

Please don't add a load of qualifiers to your predictions (if club X signed player Y then I think this...).

I just want your predictions of top six given what we all know now.

Once the season starts then no further "predictions" will be eligible for the prize. I'll add them all up once predictions are closed to see what the collective mind of the caf thinks.

Be brave!
 

charlenefan

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1st - Liverpool
2nd - Man City
3rd - Chelsea
4th - Spurs
5th - Man Utd
6th - Arsenal
 

leontas

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1st - Man City
2nd - Liverpool
3rd - Spurs
4th - Chelsea
5th - Arsenal
6th - Man Utd (if we don't get anyone else)
 

Rojofiam

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1. Manchester City
2. Liverpool
3. Arsenal
4. Manchester United
5. Chelsea
6. Tottenham Hotspur
 

Leftback99

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1. City
2. Liverpool
3. Chelsea
4. Spurs
5. Arsenal
6. United

Chelsea/Spurs is a close one.
 

charlenefan

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Has there ever been a PL season where the top 6 has been the same and in the same order 2 years in a row?
 

Rajiztar

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1.Chelsea
2.City
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5.United
6.West ham united
 

Svensk

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1, City
2, Spurs
3, Pool
4, Utd
5, Arsenal
6, Chelsea
 
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SimonB3

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1 Man City
2 Man United
3 Liverpool
4 Arsenal
5 Chelsea
6 Spurs
 

Dumbstar

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1. City - though it's difficult to do 3 in a row, no reason why Pep can't.
2. Liverpool
3. Chelsea - Tuchel is too good
4. Spurs
5. Arsenal - was Utd but the summer continues getting worse for them
6. Utd - just
 

jrsenior

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1) City
2) United
3) Liverpool
4) Chelsea
5) Arsenal
6) Spurs
 

RacingClub

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The way things are right now...

1. City
2. Liverpool
3. Spurs
4. Chelsea
5. Arsenal
6. United

Think 4th will be in the high 70s
 

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2. Liverpool
3. Arsenal
4. Chelsea
5. Spurs
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Leonzo1

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1. City
2. Chelsea
3. Liverpool
4. Arsenal
5. United
6. Spurs
 

sincher

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1. City
2. Liverpool
3. Spurs
4. Chelsea
5. Arsenal
6. United
 

The White Pele

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1. City
2. Tottenham
3. Liverpool
4. Chelsea
5. United
6. Arsenal

I do have a nagging suspicion that Spurs being Spurs could always make the above prediction of 2nd look foolish but do feel that Liverpool may drop and they’re probably best placed to capitalise.
 
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BorisManUtd

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1. City
2. Spurs
3. Liverpool
4. Arsenal
5. Chelsea
6. United

I don't know why but this is my prediction. Even think Spurs can battle for title if some things go their way. I'm probably going to look like a fool in May 2023 but let's see :lol:
 

ilrm

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1. City
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3. Liverpool
4. Chelsea
5. Arsenal
6. United

At the start of the season United needed a First choice LB, RB, B2B CM and RW and a backup ST & AM.
You have only solved two positions. I'd even rate Chelsea's transfers higher than you - Sterling, Koulibaly plus return of some seriously talented youngsters like Broja & Gallagher.
 

TheLiverBird

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1. City - though it's difficult to do 3 in a row, no reason why Pep can't.
2. Liverpool
3. Chelsea - Tuchel is too good
4. Spurs
5. Arsenal - was Utd but the summer continues getting worse for them
6. Utd - just
Well there is though isn’t there

being biased here, hands up you’ve got me, but there is a reason….not why he can’t, can’t is a strong word, but why it would be difficult

Klopps Liverpool, the only team showing capable of hitting those insane points tallies they’ve been hitting

1. Liverpool
2. City
3.Spurs
4.Chelsea
5.United
6.Arsenal
 

flappyjay

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City



Liverpool
United
Chelsea
Spurs
Arsenal

I believe we will return to our levels of 2 years ago but better with Sancho hopefully finding his dortmund levels and the addition of Eriksen(possible addition of De Jong). Last seasons madness has got us underrated. Chelsea had a similar season with Jose and won the league the following year with Conte. Not that we will win the league but I expect us to go back into the top 4.
 

TheLiverBird

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City



Liverpool
United
Chelsea
Spurs
Arsenal

I believe we will return to our levels of 2 years ago but better with Sancho hopefully finding his dortmund levels and the addition of Eriksen(possible addition of De Jong). Last seasons madness has got us underrated. Chelsea had a similar season with Jose and won the league the following year with Conte. Not that we will win the league but I expect us to go back into the top 4.
Who in Spurs and Chelsea are you shifting aside to achieve top 4?

Spurs squad depth has really improved this transfer window and Chelsea regardless too Tuchel outburst the other day, have signed 2 major signings

I actually think ETH could be ideal for the elite Clubs ie United, there’s a necessary coldness about him I feel is perfect to be an elite manager but he’s still unproven at this level to an extent (great CL runs with Ajax), but you feel he could push aside 2 of the top managers in world football with their bolstered squads?