Premier League Top 10 Predictions 2020/21

The 2020/21 Premier League season is ready and just days away from kick-off, and we have predicted the complete list including the champions, dark horses and the relegated for the coming events.

It was not long since the last Premier League campaign ended, and now we are all prepared to go in 2020/21 with another thrilling season ahead of us. Premier League fixtures are drawn and completed, TV schedules are out and ready, although the games will be played behind doors at the start of the season, teams will definitely feel the pressure already.

55goal is here to present to you our Premier League prediction for this season including a top 10 table. The table features title winners, dark horses, and also relegation teams.

Check out our Premier League prediction for 2020/21

Premier League Top 10 2020/21 Table Prediction

With such a short break between seasons, we could only do predictions based on pre-season action and also transfer activity. We are going to go through with our list of predicted Premier League table for 2020/21 seasons.

  1. Liverpool
  2. Man City
  3. Chelsea
  4. Manchester United
  5. Tottenham Hotspur
  6. Arsenal
  7. Everton
  8. Wolverhampton Wanderers
  9. Leicester City
  10. Southampton
Premier League Top 10 Predictions

Liverpool to be Premier League Winner

Last season- 1st place

For the first time in 30 years, Liverpool started a league title defense, and they are in good position to accomplish it. Difficult task to keep is the level of standards and momentum Liverpool have accumulated in winning the Champions League and last two season’s title. Liverpool is a team that do not have any obvious weaknesses, alternately have several world-class players to fill the positions. Jurgen Klopp has not made any purchase after signing Kostas Tsimikas but the star in Bayern Munich, Thiago Alcantara seems to be interesting. It is a tough task to maintain the Premier League, but I am confident in Liverpool’s skills and dedication.

Manchester City to be Potential Winner of Premier League

Last season- 2nd place

Manchester City were just excessively delicate in guard to win the title last season. The inability to supplant Vincent Kompany's quality here and there the pitch was a genuine blunder.

Pep Guardiola has moved to fix those shortcomings by signing Nathan Ake from Bournemouth for £41m and the connections with Napoli's extraordinary Kalidou Koulibaly are not disappearing - he would be a heavenly signing, with Valencia forward Ferran Torres additionally clinched.

Phil Foden will develop much more this season despite the fact that David Silva will be remembered fondly.

Koulibaly would modify the calculation yet other participants again - and possibility of the Champions League this time? Follow up with the latest football news with us!

Chelsea Coming in Strong

Last season- 4th place

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has been employing the checkbook simply like bygone eras - however we should not overlook the club additionally had cash to spend from the deals of stars, for example, Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata.

All things being equal, it has been an uncommon attack available with extraordinary youthful German couple Timo Werner and Kai Havertz joined by England protector Ben Chilwell from Leicester City and the incomprehensibly experienced Brazilian Thiago Silva.

It will be intriguing and energizing to perceive how Lampard moves those rich assets and furthermore how he takes care of the issue of keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, who lost his administrator's confidence last season. Edouard Mendy of Rennes appears to be most loved for the activity.

Manchester United to Comeback in Premier League

Last season- 3rd place

Extraordinary result after the signing of Bruno Fernandes put Manchester United in the Champions League positions and the appearance of Donny van de Beek from Ajax adds weight to an effectively incredible midfield.

United's attack is world-class and may yet be enlarged by Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho however three semi-last thrashings last season uncovered mental shortcomings - and will David de Gea raise his game with Dean Henderson from Sheffield United?

Tottenham Falling Behind the Premier League

Last season- 6th place

Jose Mourinho boosted Spurs in unspectacular style last season and has included two strong, instead of sparkling, signings in Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Matt Doherty to give catalyst behind the attack power of the nature of Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son.

I don't buy in to the hypothesis of Mourinho as the previous man getting a handle on for past wonders. He will be resolved to show he has still got the stuff.

Think he'll battle to get Spurs into the best four, in spite of the fact that don't wager against him winning the club's first trophy since 2008.

Arsenal Climbing the Ladder in Premier League

Arsenal Climbing the Ladder in Premier League

Last season- 8th place

Mikel Arteta's FA Cup win toward the finish of his first season in the executives was immense regarding certainty and validity. He had recognizable shortcomings to address however there was some genuine versatility and association on show from the Gunners as Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea were completely beaten in defining moments.

He has included the experience and expertise of Willian from Chelsea while Gabriel Magalhaes, signed from Lille, was one of Europe's most sought after defenders.

Arteta will need to include more before the finish of the window however the large signature is the normal new agreement for the top notch Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - complete that and idealism will flourish.

Everton Might Surprise the Premier League Fixtures

Last season- 12th place

Piece of confidence in Carlo Ancelotti goes into this one - yet his capacity to pull in large players and his record of achievement implies I see upgrades for Everton this season.

Ancelotti has remade his midfield, as he needed to do, around extreme Brazilian Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure from Watford, while the appearance of James Rodriguez from Real Madrid adds genuine stardust and innovativeness to his crew.

In the event that the new players fire and Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin hit structure then a marginally hazardous forecast may fall off.

Wolverhampthon Wanderers Might Perform Wonders

Wolverhampthon Wanderers Might Perform Wonders

Last season- 7th place

Wolves had a great season at home and abroad yet looked depleted when their fine Europa League campaign finished in quarter-final lost to potential winners Sevilla.

Nuno Espirito Santo will trust his crew has recuperated, despite the fact that he is presently without the persuasive Matt Doherty. Loads of skilled players in this side, for example, striker Raul Jimenez and Ruben Neves - however everyone's eyes will be on 18-year-old Fabio Silva, signed in a club record £35.6m bargain from Porto.

I figure Wolves will be trying for Europe once more, potentially helped by not having Europa League football this season.

Leicester City Working Hard for Premier League Top Spot

Last season- 5th place

Leicester City's fifth spot would have been viewed as a triumph had it not been touched with the failure of passing up the Champions League places on the last day, subsequent to spending basically the whole season in the main four.

The concern was this came toward the finish of a genuinely since quite a while ago run of detached structure. This should change.

Jamie Vardy remains the key figure and keeping in mind that safeguard Ben Chilwell has gone to Chelsea, the Foxes will put money on the imagination of James Maddison to help make them an alluring and dangerous side under manager Brendan Rodgers.

Southampton Need to Work Hard in Premier League Table

Last season- 11th place

Southampton fans are fumed reminded about that 9-0 home loss to Leicester City last October, however it very well may be utilized as proportion of exactly how eminently manager Ralph Hasenhuttl and his players turned the season around.

The Saints have a genuine high-vitality style, particularly fit to playing away from home, and in Danny Ings have one of the Premier League's best strikers, scoring 22 goals last season. Kyle Walker-Peters is a promising signing from Spurs, despite the fact that Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is a major misfortune. I have an inclination Saints may just have very well season.

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