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Roy Keane Cites Two EPL Clubs That Could Prove To Be Tough Opponents Next Season

Sports pundit and a former Manchester United man Roy Keane has cited two premier league clubs that could prove to be tough opponents to play against next season.

This guess by the Irish comes during the time the premier league clubs are through with their pre-season outings, waiting to resume the 2022/2023 premier league season that begins this weekend.

Top premier league clubs who can be put on the list of title and fourth places contenders have already done their businesses this summer for the long awaited season.

Manchester City and Liverpool who have been irreplaceable at the summit over the past couple of years are with little doubt seen as the heavyweights who will still top that league, following the kind of business they have done this summer.

This therefore means that only the third and the fourth places are up for grabs going into a new season, and clubs such as Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United are some of the outfits tipped to grab them.

Giving his prediction on Sky bet, the former midfield guru has already eliminated Arsenal out the race to finish in the top four next season, as says that they had lost their luck last season.

"I think this (last season) was their opportunity. They blew it, they got into a great position, four, five games to go in the season you think they’re in pole position and they blew it"

It is during this time that Kean named Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur as two clubs that will get better and stronger. It therefore shows how the two clubs could be tough to play against in that season.

“You wouldn’t be putting any bets on Arsenal to finish top four next season because the other teams, Man United will get better, you’d have thought. Tottenham will be stronger. You can’t see it (a top four finish) - big set-back.”

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