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Premier League predictions 2018-19: How will the top 6 finish?

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WAGNH predicts the top 6

Manchester City v Huddersfield Town - Premier League Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

It’s somewhat of an unofficial tradition for the writers and contributors here at We Ain’t Got No History to give it their best shot at predicting which team will end up at the apex of the Premier League table come the end of the season, and specifically in what position Chelsea will ultimately finish.

Having won our first two games, many are beginning to feel cautiously optimistic about our chances of finishing in the top 4 and subsequently securing Champions League football ... will that be reflected in the predictions?

Without further ado...


Ben Quagliata: 1. Manchester City; 2. Liverpool; 3. Chelsea; 4. Tottenham; 5. Manchester United; 6. Arsenal

Fellipe Miranda: 1. Manchester City; 2. Liverpool; 3. Chelsea; 4. Tottenham; 5. Manchester United; 6. Arsenal

Graham MacAree: 1. Manchester City; 2. Liverpool; 3. Tottenham; 4. Chelsea; 5. Manchester United; 6. Arsenal

Jimmy Funnell: 1. Manchester City; 2. Liverpool; 3. Tottenham; 4. Chelsea; 5. Manchester United; 6. Everton

Joshua Sutter: 1. Manchester City; 2. Liverpool; 3. Tottenham; 4. Chelsea; 5. Arsenal; 6. Manchester United

Ram Srinivas: 1. Manchester City; 2. Liverpool; 3. Chelsea; 4. Tottenham; 5. Manchester United; 6. Arsenal

TMIL: 1. Liverpool; 2. Manchester City; 3. Manchester United; 4. Chelsea; 5. Tottenham; 6. Arsenal

wxwax: 1. Liverpool; 2. Manchester City; 3. Manchester United; 4. Chelsea; 5. Tottenham; 6. Arsenal


There weren’t really any big surprises as the predictions turned out to be rather similar looking. Each of us foresees the old (and presumably new) champions Manchester City to once again stroll to the title and Liverpool to slip up, wxwax and TMIL representing the sole exceptions by betting on the latter to finally end their very long and hilarious title drought.

Most importantly, we all see Chelsea securing a top 4 spot and thus Champions League football ahead of our direct rivals in form of Arsenal, Spurs or United.

Agree?