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Bold predictions for the Chelsea and Premier League 2018/19 season

Bold predictions for the Chelsea and Premier League 2018/19 season

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – JULY 21: Chelsea's Jorginho watches during a Chelsea FC training session at the WACA on July 21, 2018 in Perth, Australia.
(Photo by Will Russell / Getty Images) With the window closed (at least for the Premier League) and the championship set to start, it's forecast time! We at Pride of London have put together our ideas to predict the burning questions for the coming season. How many packs of cigarettes will Maurizio Sarri smoke? Who will be scapegoats? Who will surprise us? We used our predictive powers to tell you exactly how the season will go! Or not. Most likely not. Who will be the first four (not necessarily in order)? Scott Brant: 1. Manchester City, 2. Liverpool, 3. Tottenham, 4. ChelseaNate Hofmann: 1. Manchester City (meh), 2. Liverpool (boo), 3. Tottenham (ugh), 4. Chelsea (yay). Daniel McClue: Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal. In this order.Brendan McDonnell: Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham.Abhishek Pancholi: Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal. Liverpool will manage the nearby city, but the gap will still be double-digit with Chelsea behind. Kevin Peacock: (In order) Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United. The city will again be unstoppable. Maurizio Sarri will improve Chelsea in second place. Liverpool will again be inconsistent with a coin toss. United for the fourth only because they are in the United.Barrett Rouen area: Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham.Travis Tyler: Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, ArsenalChi will be relegated (not necessarily in order)? Brant: Cardiff, Watford, BrightonHofmann: 18th Southampton, 19th Huddersfield, 20th (long Cardiff) .McClue: 18th Southampton, 19th Huddersfield, 20th Cardiff.McDonnell: Wolverhampton, Huddersfield, Cardiff.Pancholi: Cardiff, Brighton, Newcastle. Cardiff will find the Premier League too hot to handle and will immediately come back together with Brighton and Newcastle. Peacock: Cardiff, Watford, Newcastle. Cardiff will not cut it completely. Watford is due to a cyclical relegation and the reluctance of Mike Ashley to support Rafa Benitez sees him go on for Christmas while Newcastle enters freefall.Rouen: Bournemouth (sadly), Brighton and Cardiff.Tyler: Cardiff, Southampton, Huddersfield

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