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Premier League 2018/19: Predictions for winner, Golden Boot, top four and more

Last Updated August 10 2018, 17:46Football
Premier League 2018/19: Agree with our predictions?
Premier League 2018/19: Agree with our predictions?

With the Premier League season around the corner, the Sporting Life team cast their predictions for 2018/19...

Head here to bet on the Premier League this weekend or outright with Sky Bet.


Tom Carnduff

Winner:

Manchester City (Sky Bet odds: 4/6)

Top four:

Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham (66/1 exact order)

Relegated:

Bournemouth, Watford, Cardiff (50/1 any order)

Golden Boot:

Aleksandar Mitrovic (100/1 each-way)

Player of the Year:

Kevin De Bruyne (8/1)

Best bet:

Fulham to finish higher than Newcastle (7/4)

Tom Cairney
Tom Carnduff has put his faith in Fulham this season

Matt Brocklebank

Winner:

Liverpool (Sky Bet odds: 9/2)

Top four:

Liverpool, Spurs, Manchester City, Chelsea (200/1 exact order)

Relegated:

Brighton / Cardiff / Watford (28/1 any order)

Golden Boot:

Roberto Firmino (25/1)

Player of the Year:

Roberto Firmino (28/1)

Best bet:

Liverpool to score the most goals (10/3)

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Sandro Di Michele (Sky Bet, Head of PR)

Winner:

Manchester City (Sky Bet odds: 4/6)

Top four:

Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Spurs (28/1 exact order)

Relegated:

Cardiff, Huddersfield, Southampton (50/1 any order)

Golden Boot:

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang (6/1) or Wilfried Zaha (100/1)

Player of the Year:

Jorginho (28/1)

Best Bet:

Fulham (+45 Points) Premier League Handicap (12/1)

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Manchester City are fancied to retain their title this season

Chris Hammer

Winner:

Manchester City (Sky Bet odds: 4/6)

Top four:

Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal (66/1 exact order)

Relegated:

Cardiff, Watford, Crystal Palace (66/1)

Top scorer:

Gabriel Jesus (12/1)

Player of the Year:

Naby Keita (12/1)

Best bet:

Naby Keita to be player of the year (12/1)

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Paul Higham

Winner:

Manchester City (Sky Bet odds: 4/6)

Top four:

Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal (11/2 any order, 33/1 exact order)

Relegated:

Cardiff, Huddersfield, Brighton (22/1)

Golden Boot:

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (6/1)

Player of the Year:

Kevin De Bruyne (8/1)

Best Bet:

Cardiff to finish bottom (9/4)

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Gareth Jones

Winner:

Chelsea (Sky Bet odds: 14/1)

Top Four:

Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United (100/1 exact order)

Relegated:

Cardiff, Southampton, Watford (80/1)

Golden Boot:

Roberto Firmino (25/1)

Player of the Year:

Roberto Firmino (28/1)

Best Bet:

Kelechi Iheanacho to be Leicester's top goalscorer (9/2)

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George Pitts

Winner:

Chelsea (Sky Bet odds: 14/1)

Top Four:

Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal (250/1 exact order)

Relegated:

Huddersfield, Watford and Cardiff (18/1)

Golden Boot:

Sergio Aguero (7/1)

Player of the Year:

Jorginho (28/1)

Best Bet:

Tottenham to finish outside the top four (11/10)


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