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League Prediction 4/1/2006

The new predicted final league table following all the Christmas and New Year games.

Chelsea look to have the league tied up now with only 1 more draw predicted in the entire season. If true that would mean a record 107 points. Liverpool and Manchester Unitedfight it out for 2nd place while Spurs get the important 4th Champions League spot.

Arsenal and Bolton Wanderers get the UEFA Cup places in 5th and 6th.

Wigan Athletic's predicted final placing drops down to 9th following the defeats to Blackburn Rovers and Birmingham City, mainly due to our poor goal difference.

Sunderland are now looking certs for relegation without a single extra win predicted. Birmingham and Portsmouth are in the other relegation spots with Everton and West Brom just escaping.

Predicted Barclays Premiership TableBarclays
PosTeamPWDLFAGDPts
1. Chelsea383521761066107
2. Liverpool38285544143089
3. Man Utd38269362224087
4. Spurs382210646252176
5. Arsenal382081042192368
6. Bolton381911840291168
7. Blackburn381610124136558
8. Man City38159143834454
9. Wigan38166163639-354
10. Newcastle381312133234-251
11. Aston Villa381115123844-648
12. West Ham381112154147-645
13. Charlton38129173749-1245
14. Fulham381111163845-744
15. Middlesbrough38915143848-1042
16. Everton3877241545-3028
17. WBA3869232751-2427
18. Birmingham3859241946-2724
19. Portsmouth38411232252-3023
20. Sunderland3816311962-439


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Date:Wednesday January 4 2006

Time: 10:11PM

 

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