The final English Premier League table has been predicted by "Starts Perform" after several factors have been considered. The Predictef Final EPL Table has been shared by Homeboyz Radio Presenter and Sports Analyst, Erick Njiiru in his official tweeter account;
@ErickNjiiru Predicted final @premierleague table:
(Unfortunately, it doesn't account for player injuries, suspensions, international break, form or any other factors that might impact things in the coming weeks) https://t.co/uzYXSNoMH2
From the table, Manchester City is predicted to win the EPL tittle followed by their arch rivals, Manchester United and Leicester at third position. Chelsea FC becomes the latest team to qualify for UEFA Champions League at position 4.
Liverpool is predicted to finish at position 5 followed by Tottenham at position 6 then West Ham at position 7. Arsenal is predicted to finish at position 8 thereby missing out on European competition.
If Arsenal misses out on next season's European Competitions, it will be a big blow to Arsenal fans and also their financial ability.
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