Predict the Top 6 in order

bonothom

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1.City
2.Liverpool

Massive gap!

The next 6 places could be in pretty much any order cos they're all as shit as each other!

3.United
4.Leicester
5.Spurs
6.Arsenal
7.Everton
8.Chelsea
 

snowkarl

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1.City
2.Liverpool

Massive gap!

The next 6 places could be in pretty much any order cos they're all as shit as each other!

3.United
4.Leicester
5.Spurs
6.Arsenal
7.Everton
8.Chelsea
Is this a serious prediction?

Sorry but it's actually scary that anyone believes we will finish above, not one, but all of Chelsea, Arsenal & Spurs this year.

Have you watched us play?
 

Nou_Camp99

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1.City
2. Pool
(Big gap)
3. Spurs
4. Arsenal
5. Chelsea
6. Leicester
7. Everton
8. United
9. Wolves
10. Westham
 

Shakesey

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Here we go! Think things are bad now? Wait a few months till THIS happens:

  1. Liverpool
  2. City
  3. Arsenal
  4. Spurs
  5. Leicester
  6. Chelsea
  7. Everton
  8. Wolves
  9. United
  10. Bournemouth
 

redMundo

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


City and Liverpool will ‘swap’ the big 2 trophies. What a time to be alive.
 

romufc

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Is this a serious prediction?

Sorry but it's actually scary that anyone believes we will finish above, not one, but all of Chelsea, Arsenal & Spurs this year.

Have you watched us play?
He probably saw the first game only.
 

MrKazek

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

devilish

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City
Liverpool
Spurs
Chelsea
Arsenal
Leicester
United
 

romufc

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United will probably lose all remainder games to the top 8 rivals.

Calling Manutd a top 6 club is a joke.
 

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I see the Caf is off to an optimistic start of the week :lol:
Have to be realistic and 2 points vs Southampton, Palace and Wolves four games in is not top 6 standard. Unless Fred turns out to be Pele reincarnated after his honeymoon it's not even like we can blame the results on players missing.
 

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City
Liverpool
15-20 point gap
Spurs
Arsenal
5-10 point gap
Chelsea
Leicester
 

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1 City
2 Liverpool
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The rest is not predictable, but should be
3 Tottenham
4 Arsenal
5 Leicester
6 Everton
7 West Ham
8 Wolves
9 Palace
10 Chelsea
11 Villa
12 Bournemouth
13 Newcastle
14 Manchester United
15 Burnley
 

FrankDrebin

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City
Liverpool
Spurs
Arsenal
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Chelsea
Leicester City

United to finish 7th.
 

bonothom

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Is this a serious prediction?

Sorry but it's actually scary that anyone believes we will finish above, not one, but all of Chelsea, Arsenal & Spurs this year.

Have you watched us play?
That's why I put "these 6 teams could be pretty much any order" . I put United 3rd as they are pretty much the same level as any of those other teams. How anyone can predict Spurs to be anywhere near City or the Scousers are as deluded as me thinking United will be 3rd. Spurs form, not just this season but in the whole of 2019 is worse than Uniteds. Since Ole took over they are still the 3rd best team in the league, a country mile behind the top 2 but still better than Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs. Like I said apart from the top 2 being nailed on the next 6 places are anyone's guess.

By the way I've watched all of Uniteds games.
 

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I put us down for 6th & will leave it there. I think though this will be the first year since Leicester when the regular top 6 is displaced. Not 1-2nd as Man City & Liverpool are way ahead, but I wouldn't be surprised if clubs come out of the pack to finish top four. I think Leicester look the best bet, though Everton were good yesterday & have decent squad. It won't be Wolves though as think they are overrated & been found out. The vast majority of sides will just sit back when playing them, which will weaken them as they rely on counter attacking teams not breaking them down. Lucky to get top half.
 

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1 City
2 Liverpool
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The rest is not predictable, but should be
3 Tottenham
4 Arsenal
5 Leicester
6 Everton
7 West Ham
8 Wolves
9 Palace
10 Chelsea
11 Villa
12 Bournemouth
13 Newcastle
14 Manchester United
15 Burnley
Wow thats a new low :lol:
 

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

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Surprised that no one got us relegated yet.
.. considering all the negativity and the amount of kids locked in basements lurking over here :lol
 

montpelier

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my visual representation of the likely finishing order looks something like this:

:wenger:PleasePleaseCityPleaseFFS:wenger:---Liverp:(:(l <--(but30+, :lol:)

Tottenham---Arsenal

Chelsea
:rolleyes:Utd:rolleyes:---Leicester---Everton

trying times, but I can cope as long as it looks like we are following a plan that appears to make some sort of sense
 

Peeping Tim

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1 City
2 Liverpool
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The rest is not predictable, but should be
3 Tottenham
4 Arsenal
5 Leicester
6 Everton
7 West Ham
8 Wolves
9 Palace
10 Chelsea
11 Villa
12 Bournemouth
13 Newcastle
14 Manchester United
15 Burnley
Surely Burnley will be higher than 15th.
 

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1. City
2. Pool
3. Arsenal
4. Spurs
5. Leicester
6. Chelsea
7. Everton
8. West Ham
9. Wolves
10. Man Utd
11. Bournemouth
12. Crystal Palace
13. Burnley
14. Sheff United
15. Watford
16. Soton
17. Villa
18. Newcastle
19. Norwich
20. Brighton
 

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

trafford1980

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That's why I put "these 6 teams could be pretty much any order" . I put United 3rd as they are pretty much the same level as any of those other teams. How anyone can predict Spurs to be anywhere near City or the Scousers are as deluded as me thinking United will be 3rd. Spurs form, not just this season but in the whole of 2019 is worse than Uniteds. Since Ole took over they are still the 3rd best team in the league, a country mile behind the top 2 but still better than Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs. Like I said apart from the top 2 being nailed on the next 6 places are anyone's guess.

By the way I've watched all of Uniteds games.
I'm optimistic like you.

Spurs have just snatched two points in the most one-sided draws I've ever seen - both Arsenal and City rocked them.

Chelsea are in a similar position to us too, same points and they've dropped against not only us but also Leicester and Sheffield United at home.

We're obviously not making a title run, but It's ridiculous how we've been predicted to finish outside even the Europa spots after four matches where we're ahead of Chelsea and Spurs and a single point behind Arsenal.
 

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As of right now I think it'll be something like:

1. City/Liverpool
2. City/Liverpool
3. Arsenal
4. Chelsea
5. Leicester
6. Possibly Spurs?

I could see Chelsea finishing above Arsenal but Arsenal's home record under Emery is pretty strong.