How Will The Premier League Look Like At The End Of The Season?


Nearly all EPL teams have played more than 24 games. With 13 or 14 games to play, EPL fans have started making their conclusions on where the teams will finish on the EPL table. Every team has ambitions and will fight tooth and nail to achieve them.

For instance, there are teams in the title race, some fighting for the Champions League and other European spots. There are also teams fighting the relegation battle.

All these mini-battles within the league make it more interesting. It also makes it challenging for EPL betting fans to wager on matches, as the outcomes are hard to predict. If you are new to EPL betting, for a better experience. So, what will the PL table look like at the end of the season?

Arsenal are Still the Favorites to Win It

After another entertaining weekend of EPL action, Arsenal showed they have what it takes to keep going till the end. The Gunners conceded the first goal within nine seconds before going down 2-0 in the second half. However, they put up a spirited fight to win the game in injury time.

That win helped Arteta’s men to maintain a five-point cushion at the top of the table. With Manchester City not looking strong, it is safe to say Arsenal can clinch this title.

Apart from that, Manchester City will comfortably maintain their second position while Manchester United will settle for third. Liverpool’s resurgence makes them favorites for the fourth spot.

Their 7-0 win against the Red Devils will give them the confidence boost they need to revive their season.

Tottenham and Newcastle to Settle for fifth and sixth

Tottenham’s experience in the top-of-the-table battles will help them finish higher than Newcastle, who will have to settle for sixth place. Porter will steady the ship at Stamford Bridge, and The Blues will finish seventh. Brighton, Brentford, and Fulham will fill the remaining top 10 spots in no particular order.

Relegation Battle Will Be Fierce

West Ham, Leeds United, Everton, Southampton, and Bournemouth are all locked in the relegation battle. However, Southampton, Leeds, and Bournemouth will fall short. Everton, under Sean Dyche, will survive. On the other hand, Wolves and Nottingham Forest will finish the season strong in 11th and 12th position.

Surprises That Could Happen

There is still a possibility that the Europa League could affect Arsenal’s title race. If key players such as Odegaard, Partey, and Saka suffer a dip in form, it could be devastating to Arsenal fans as it could affect team performance. At the bottom of the table, David Moyes could find themselves in a dangerous spot if they don’t step up! What are your thoughts?