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    I used to use the bbc one years ago but they seem to have taken it down. I've found a replacement!

    http://www.the-mustard.com/predictor_trad.html

    Rather than just make a list with no basis whatsoever, go by the results and see what kind of table you end up with. Here's mine:

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    Quite reasonable I thought. United finish strongly but don't have enough in the tank to overtake Everton or Arsenal, the latter take 4th thanks to their absurd run in. Chelsea win the league by virtue of a classic Mourinho performance at Anfield.

    Sunderland are safe by 1 point and Fulham take their place, no idea how I've ended up with that - maybe I've been influenced by their point against City. Norwich don't take a single point, get battered by everyone and sent down.

    Not much movement elsewhere.
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    - Chelsea to win the title courtesy of a classic Mourinho 0-1 at Anfield
    - Everton to beat both Manchester clubs, but lose away to Southampton
    - Arsenal to scrape 4th
    - Man United to scrape into the Europa League places, unfortunately.
    - Newcastle won't take another point all season.
    - Villa and Fulham will do just enough to survive.
    - Norwich are ****ed
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    - Chelsea to win the title courtesy of a classic Mourinho 0-1 at Anfield
    - Everton to beat both Manchester clubs, but lose away to Southampton
    - Arsenal to scrape 4th
    - Man United to scrape into the Europa League places, unfortunately.
    - Newcastle won't take another point all season.
    - Villa and Fulham will do just enough to survive.
    - Norwich are ****ed
    Cannot explain how badly I want that outcome. But I just fear Liverpool will, as against Arsenal/City, storm out of the blocks in the first half but Mourinho, unlike Pellegrini, works meticulously on the opposition and surely he won't let me down and allow his team to be as open as Arsenal/City were.
 
 
 
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