Disappointing for Man United? Mourinho’s Spurs struggle?: Predicting the 20/21 Premier League table

We’re just weeks away from the start of the new season – and despite the lack of fans and support that will be seen in the stadium, there is still plenty to look forward too with the return of the beautiful game.

One thing that many people know about the Premier League is that its incredibly competitive, often regarded as the best league in the world. This means for some interesting predictions on how the table may turn out at the end of each season – and often you will see some crazy predictions on where some teams may finish.

Plenty of teams have been investing ahead of the new season, with newly-promoted clubs such as Fulham and Leeds investing big in their squads, and Premier League name stays such as Arsenal and Chelsea gearing up for their top four pushes, and maybe even the latter going for an ambitious title win.

Funnily enough, we are about to make those crazy predictions right now – and interestingly this can go one of two ways, you’re either almost spot on, or completely off – so, without further ado, here is my 2020/21 Premier League table prediction…

20th – Fulham F.C.


The Cottagers gained promotion back to the Premier League via the playoffs at the back end of last season – and have made some key investments in some troubled areas with the signings of Antonee Robinson and Mario Lemina. Despite this, I just can’t see the club staying up this season, and I see them finishing at the bottom.

The clubs in the league have grown in strength the past few seasons and previous bottom table clubs such as Brighton and Crystal Palace are now climbing the table, making the competition to stay in the league even harder. Scott Parker and his team will likely put up a fight, but compared to the strength of the rest of the league, they don’t have all the players to combat this.

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