Premier League predicted table: Where Chelsea, Tottenham, Crystal Palace and Arsenal will finish

The Premier League season is upon us again and with so much at stake for clubs, fans, managers and players- below is how LondonWorld is predicting what should be another riveting campaign.

The Premier League is regarded by many as the greatest show on earth and this weekend it returns in full swing with Pep Gaurdiola’s side already warned they will have to be at their best to win triumph again by second-placed Arsenal after an entertaining Community Shield game over the weekend.

Chelsea who finished 12th last season have made changes to the team, about 10 players who were either underperforming or didn’t want to be there have been sold and in has come the likes of Christopher Nkunku and the exciting Nicolas Jackson.

Former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has come in for Graham Potter and it will be interesting to see the kind of start he has. Talking about Tottenham they have also had to deal with massive changes with Australian Ange Postecoglou replacing Antonio Conte.

Harry Kane who bagged 30 goals last season continues to dominate the headlines with Bayern interested while the likes of Palace, Fulham and Brentford will hope they continue to punch above their weight in the league.

The relegation battle makes for an interesting scuffle with the likes of Luton Town, Sheffield United, Everton who have flirted with the drop for a while now and even Wolves and Burnley who are returning to the top league after just a year out. Kompany’s side played some of the best football the Championship has seen in recent history that was crowned with a deserved return to the top league.

As with every season, some managers will lose their jobs while heroes will be made from season-defining moments. So with everything at stake, here is how the season is predicted to pan out.

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