Premier League Predictions: 10-6
Let’s continue with the predictions as we’ve arrived at the Top 10. If you want to compare the predictions from the first quarter of the season, hit the link here.
1st Quarter Prediction: 8th
Southampton have been steady this season. There isn’t much to this club, they play solid football and they’ll be in the league for good solid years ahead. The transfer window is a chance for them to stack up new talent and with the departure of star defender Virgil Van Dijk for 75 million pounds, they’re in good shape to start over.
1st Quarter Prediction: 6th
Watford are still surprisingly good. They’ve kept up well at the top despite some tough losses heading into January. This transfer window is going to be critical for them to improve on their squad. They’ll be focused on adding depth as they won’t be in a relegation battle, but a shot at perhaps just qualifying for European football based on placement. But with the competition ahead of them, it just doesn’t seem realistic.
8. Leicester City
1st Quarter Prediction: 13th
They’re sporadic yes, but they deserve to be in top flight competition. Leicester have turned around from a disappointing campaign last season. They’ve showed heart, they’ve put themselves behind the glory, and Leicester are primed to remain in the league and compete. They’re mid table from the looks of it but with some transfer help they should stay solid in the Top 10.
1st Quarter Prediction: 12th
To see Burnley this high is the highlight of the year next to Manchester City’s invincible run attempt. For a time they were in the Top 4, and from the other teams’ persepctives, this makes Burnley an annoying contender to knock them out of a spot they covet in the Top 10. With the transfer window, Burnley have an opportunity to secure a good spot and restrengthen their team for next year.
1st Quarter Prediction: 10th
Well Liverpool have turned it around so far. They still aren’t good enough to hold down a Top 4 spot. They are still hitting inconsistent runs, even with Philippe Coutinho back in the lineup. Mohamed Salah has been amazing for them, but it’s just not enough to get into the Top 5. Coutinho could depart for FC Barcelona this window unless he’s recommitting himself to Liverpool. Salah is also being targeted but it’s unlikely he’ll leave as well. One would say they overspent on Van Dijk, but defensive help is a good edge to have when you’re hitting snags. Expect Liverpool to buy than sell in the upcoming transfer window, especially if Coutinho leaves.
Stay tuned for the final edition of Premier League Predictions with the Top 5.
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