Who will win the 2020/21 Premier League?

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(Original post by RaA64)
Think you should be happy if Leeds stay up.

I’ll say it here - Leeds will get relegated, alongside probably Aston Villa and Crystal Palace.

You guys don’t have a goal scorer, Rodrigo won’t cut it in the Prem, and we all know about Bamford, but it will be nice to see Leeds back at the helm, even if it’s only for a year as I predict
I think you may be correct about Crystal Palace- there seems often to be a mid-table team that then has a bad season and goes down, such as Watford last season or Stoke when they were relegated.
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I think you may be correct about Crystal Palace- there seems often to be a mid-table team that then has a bad season and goes down, such as Watford last season or Stoke when they were relegated.
Yeah, Palace got a bit lucky last season with Ayew winning them like 12-14 points.
Don’t think Eze will cut it in the Prem.
Can’t back West Brom to go down because they’re my local time, even though I support Liverpool, and Villa are just ****, don’t know how they stayed up last season.
Bournemouth lost so many players to injury - major ones like Ake, Brooks, Fraser, Wilson, Stanislas etc, so no wonder they went down.
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Yeah, Palace got a bit lucky last season with Ayew winning them like 12-14 points.
Don’t think Eze will cut it in the Prem.
Can’t back West Brom to go down because they’re my local time, even though I support Liverpool, and Villa are just ****, don’t know how they stayed up last season.
Bournemouth lost so many players to injury - major ones like Ake, Brooks, Fraser, Wilson, Stanislas etc, so no wonder they went down.
Because they forgot to turn on the goal line tech vs Sheffield United is the simple answer. If that goal had been given after Nyland carried it over the line, they'd have gone down on goal difference vs Bournemouth.

On relegation actually, I'd put Leicester with an outside shot. Very little squad depth to deal with European football, so will suffer with fatigue, and we were in slightly worse form than Watford for over half the season (24 points from the final 22 games after the 8 game winning run - that form over a full season would have been 41 points and around 14th) with a manager who doesn't have a clue how to turn around poor runs.


Liverpool will probably be favourites, but if Man City get Koulibaly and keep Laporte fit, most of their issues will be solved, with or without Messi.
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