Predicting the 2017-18 Premier League standings

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Okay, here it goes.

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Ahead of the 2017-18 Premier League Pro Soccer Talk’s writers have predicted how the PL table will look next May when all is said and done.

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Let us know what you think about these selections, but let’s get straight to it, shall we?


Joe Prince-Wright

  1. Man City – 88
  2. Man United – 80
  3. Chelsea – 77
  4. Tottenham – 76
  5. Arsenal – 74
  6. Liverpool – 69
  7. Everton – 65
  8. Southampton – 57
  9. West Ham — 56
  10. Stoke — 55
  11. Leicester — 49
  12. Watford — 42
  13. Newcastle — 41
  14. Bournemouth — 40
  15. West Brom — 38
  16. Burnley — 37
  17. Swansea — 36
  18. Huddersfield — 33
  19. Crystal Palace — 31
  20. Brighton — 26

Nicholas Mendola

  1. Man City – 90
  2. Chelsea – 84
  3. Man United – 80
  4. Tottenham – 76
  5. Arsenal – 66
  6. Everton – 66
  7. Liverpool – 65
  8. West Ham – 62
  9. Leicester — 57
  10. Southampton — 55
  11. Stoke — 48
  12. Crystal Palace — 42
  13. Newcastle — 33
  14. Bournemouth — 30
  15. Swansea — 27
  16. Brighton — 27
  17. Watford — 27
  18. Huddersfield — 26
  19. West Brom — 26
  20. Burnley — 18

Kyle Bonn

  1. Man United – 89
  2. Chelsea – 84
  3. Man City – 82
  4. Liverpool – 76
  5. Tottenham – 75
  6. Arsenal – 71
  7. West Ham – 63
  8. Everton – 57
  9. Leicester – 49
  10. Newcastle – 48
  11. Southampton – 48
  12. Brighton – 45
  13. Bournemouth – 43
  14. Stoke – 42
  15. West Brom – 42
  16. Crystal Palace – 40
  17. Watford – 39
  18. Swansea – 31
  19. Burnley – 29
  20. Huddersfield – 20

Andy Edwards

  1. Man City – 81
  2. Chelsea – 77
  3. Man United – 71
  4. Tottenham – 70
  5. Liverpool – 69
  6. Arsenal – 68
  7. Stoke City – 55
  8. Southampton – 53
  9. Everton – 49
  10. Leicester – 48
  11. West Ham – 45
  12. West Brom – 43
  13. Crystal Palace – 42
  14. Bournemouth – 42
  15. Newcastle – 41
  16. Swansea – 38
  17. Watford – 37
  18. Brighton – 36
  19. Burnley – 33
  20. Huddersfield – 27

Matt Reed

  1. Man City – 86
  2. Chelsea – 81
  3. Man United – 80
  4. Tottenham – 77
  5. Liverpool – 75
  6. Arsenal – 72
  7. Everton -68
  8. West Ham – 60
  9. Leicester – 54
  10. Saints – 50
  11. West Brom – 48
  12. Bournemouth – 46
  13. Newcastle -41
  14. Stoke – 40
  15. Crystal Palace – 37
  16. Watford – 33
  17. Huddersfield – 30
  18. Swansea – 28
  19. Burnley – 27
  20. Brighton – 23

Dan Karell

  1. Man City – 85
  2. Chelsea – 80
  3. Tottenham – 75
  4. Liverpool – 73
  5. Man United – 70
  6. Arsenal – 68
  7. Everton – 62
  8. Leicester – 55
  9. Southampton – 54
  10. Crystal Palace 45
  11. West Ham – 45
  12. Bournemouth – 44
  13. Newcastle – 44
  14. West Brom – 44
  15. Brighton – 42
  16. Burnley – 42
  17. Watford – 40
  18. Swansea – 35
  19. Huddersfield – 27
  20. Burnley – 26