Premier League 2012-13 Final Table And Round 1 Predictions

16 August 2013

Before I begin this, I owe many of you a debt of gratitude. What I've seen the last few days has made my return back into this sphere worth it.

Due to the lateness in the hour, I'm going to do a speed round tonight whereby I give how I think the final table will end. I've spent the week making a couple of minor adjustments, but not too many.

1) Chelsea
2) Manchester City
3) Manchester United
4) Arsenal
5) Tottenham
6) Liverpool
7) Norwich City
8) West Ham United
9) Aston Villa
10) Swansea City
11) Cardiff City
12) Southampton
13) Sunderland
14) Everton
15) Newcastle United
16) West Bromwich Albion
17) Stoke City
18) Hull City
19) Fulham
20) Crystal Palace

And with kickoff a mere hours away, here's my I Know the Score Predictions for this upcoming weekend's slate of games. I'll include what I believe will be my banker and which game I took insurance out on.
Liverpool 2 Stoke City 0
Arsenal 2 Aston Villa 1
Norwich City 1 Everton 0
Sunderland 1 Fulham 1
West Bromwich Albion 0 Southampton 2
West Ham United 2 Cardiff City 2 (insurance)
Swansea City 1 Manchester United 2
Crystal Palace 1 Tottenham Hotspur 3 (banker)
Chelsea 5 Hull City 1
Manchester City 3 Newcastle United 0

Again, apologies for the late hour of this. Beginning next week, I'll get back to being more in depth with my weekend previews and predictions.

Let me know your thoughts to the look of my final table, and week one predictions in the comments below.

3 comments:

toddmintz August 16, 2013 at 11:48 PM  

Great job. I got to get on Talksport and make my picks but I agree with most all of them. Leery Southhampton does better than Draw but will see. I have City winning the league then Chelsea then United

Anonymous August 17, 2013 at 3:05 AM  

Notoriously difficult the first weekend's predictions and always some shocks to be be found - how about Moyes getting a nasty Welsh surprise?

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Anonymous August 18, 2013 at 7:06 PM  

thanks for the arsenal optimisim

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