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The Premier League Top 4

Updated on March 9, 2019

The Premier Leagues Top 4

Ive just witnessed my team yet again blow a lead to a team struggling to stay in the Premier League, yes of course it has to be Tottenham Hotspur, who else?!

The league currently stands with City top, Liverpool biting at there bums and Spurs somehow fighting against United for third. I'm not sure how United have done it and what Ole is feeding his players but he has done a fantastic job and ultimately has landed himself a permanent job. Although Man U aren't title contenders they are competing for a Champions League place next year and have shrugged of both Arsenal and Chelsea and are now trying to sneak into third, knowing Tottenham this wont be an impossible task for the devils however the hindrance of constant injuries could possibly lead to an upset with the likes of Chelsea who look blunt in attack snatching a top 4 spot. In my eyes, City will win the title for a second year running with Liverpool yet again letting the lead slip in a Gerrard-esk way. Liverpool will be comfortable in second with neither Tottenham or United looking to bother them however being left frustrated yet again having the chance to win the league will leave the fans no doubt unhappy. Man City are too dominant, too sharp and too precise for the other top 3 at the moment and are on a different level to everyone else. Although not as convincing as their last year domination, they are still on for the quadruple which if they somehow manage to pull off, they must be considered one if not the best team in the world. Having watched both Arsenal and Chelsea I'm not sure if either can overtake United for the final top 4 spot as both are lacking that certain finesse needed to guarantee Champions League football especially after United's dramatic win over PSG, which would of only boosted their confidence. Tottenham are a few big players away from competing for the title, oh and a stadium would also be useful. Saying this, having not made any signings for two transfer windows it has to be said, they have done extremely well for the majority of the season and it would be a shame for them to let it all go to waste and not finish in the top 4 which could be a possibility with tough games such as Liverpool on the horizon.

Having thought about it for sometime I have predicated my final top 4;

Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham


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