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Premiership Final Day (Sunday) predictions.

How will the issues be decided? I refuse to predict because I have to much skin in the game. Where there is Pope, there is hope.
Everton should be docked points for the pitch invasion
@Harmonium1923 out of 9 possible results there is only one which means we do not qualify.

Are you able to watch the game?
Harmonium1923 · 51-55, M
@InOtterWords I don’t think it will be on here but if not I follow the minute by minute updates on The Guardian’s site.
@Harmonium1923 you can listen to it on the spurs website
GeniUs · 56-60, M
I was desperately hoping Everton would go down but just like last time a bizarre set of results has rescued them again. Much as I like to see Burnley sticking it to the premiership man I don't mind Leeds since Bielsa gave them some integrity even though he has now departed and that sticks in the throat a little being a Sheff Utd man.
Don't expect the league to take any action of Everton's flagrant disregard for FFP rules.
Up top I expect both Man City and Liverpool to win so it's City's title again.
Havesomefun · 56-60, M
@GeniUs it’s goal difference
GeniUs · 56-60, M
@Havesomefun Looking at the final day fixtures I could see Leeds getting something against Brentford; Burnley at Newcastle who are now a real challenge can't see it. If I was a gambling man I'd say Leeds to stay up with a draw.
Havesomefun · 56-60, M
@GeniUs well see what i
skimpyboy · 56-60, M
Will be difficult to predict Leeds at Brentford who are very unpredictable and Burnley at home to a now impressive Newcastle , Burnley at least have things in their own hands and sure to be a good atmosphere at turf moor
smiler2012 · 56-60, M
yes big games at the top and bottom i am a liverpool fan much as i hate to say i cannot see city losing against villa .the best they can hope is villa hold city with a draw and liverpool can beat wolves .it is a fight to the death for your team a win is a must and no matter what leeds do goal difference will keep you in the premier league for another season [burnley123]
Havesomefun · 56-60, M
It will be what it is
summersong · F
Arsenal will let me down again. Beyond that I have no predictions
Burnley123 · 41-45, M
@GeniUs There is a sense in what you say but Arsenal still has the money, IF it gets its decisions right, to still compete at the highest level. They have a talented young team and are improving.

Man United still has the biggest wage bill in the league.
GeniUs · 56-60, M
@Burnley123 Man Utd another who have to accept it's not 'their' league any more. FFP rules (I guess) are there for the 'big' clubs and will keep that 7 above the rest except for the occasional foray by one or two others into the European slots (which I hear have also recently been fixed by UEFA). Theoretically any of the 7 could win the league but accountants are creative as they say.
Burnley123 · 41-45, M
@GeniUs Not dismissing this at all. There may never be another Leicester. I'd only add that some big teams spend their money badly. Man City and Liverpool are so good because they have money and also because they make smart decisions. Whether it's the hiring of coaches, the youth development or the transfer policy; they get most big decisions right.

I'd be much happier with a German model of fan ownership in our league but it is what it is.
Barny52 · 56-60, M
Amazing how all the league’s have gone to last game for going up and down, makes me wonder if it’s a big boy’s club with Everton
iamelijah · 26-30, F
Liverpool easy win on Wolves. They are top and I am rooting them for now. Manchester United is dead to me.
smiler2012 · 56-60, M
@iamelijah 🤣ha ha ha far as united go i think ned and nimby go they would agree with that
Havesomefun · 56-60, M
Well we need a win lufc
Havesomefun · 56-60, M
@Burnley123 but what lol
Burnley123 · 41-45, M
@Havesomefun but I'm a Burnley fan! 😂
Havesomefun · 56-60, M
@Burnley123 we shall see what happens
GeniUs · 56-60, M
Awful quiet on here at the moment...
thatscottishguy · 22-25, M
Burnley to go down

 
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