Bbc pundits premier league predictions
More than 20, bBC pundits predict who will win the , premier. League title, who will finish in the top four, and who might break into the top six. BBC, tV and radio pundits to pick their top four with explanations for their selections. The predictions were made on the basis of how each squad shaped up on Wednesday, 8 August.
Premier League 2018-19: BBC Sport pundits pick champions- Eight pundits have been giving their predictions for the 2017/18, premier. Manchester City host Tottenham in the big. 0-2 Match report monday Crystal Palace 0-2 Liverpool Lawro's prediction: 1-1 Tom's prediction: 2-0. "Goals are the problem for United said BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson. Kompany and Stones started only two Premier League games together in 2016-17 Trevor Sinclair: Full backs are a huge part of Pep's teams and they've recruited very well while weakening a rival by getting Kyle Walker from Tottenham, plus strengthened. They remind me of Arsenal a few years ago, when they were just content with finishing in the top four. This time 13 out of 40 people back them to become champions but two think they will miss out on the Champions League places again.
Premier League 2017-18: BBC Sport pundits pick their- League showdown of the weekend, but who will come out on top? BBC, sport s predictions expert Mark Lawrenson is backing the defending champions. I just think that, along with them moving into their new stadium mean there are a lot of positives for them. Mourinho praises 'phenomenal' players during pre-season Paul Ince: Last season, from a footballing point of view, United weren't great. A couple of quality late signings could tip things in their favour though.
Premier League predictions: Lawro v motd pundit- Manchester City suffered their first defeat of the season in the Champions. League on Wednesday - will their first. For any neutrals, they will be the team to watch this season - the hottest ticket in town. "It was a little bit of a mish-mash of a performance, the kind of thing I have seen before where a manager is new to the Premier League and does not really grasp what it is all about. Arsenal, joleon Lescott, man City, liverpool, man Utd. Jermaine Jenas: This is a team whose manager knows them inside out and vice versa, and I can see them making a fast start to the season because of that connection. Two of the Premier League's new managers go head to head on Saturday when Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea host Unai Emery's Arsenal - but who will come out on top?
BBC, i like Pochettino too but if Harry Kane goes missing for any amount of time. You always need to buy at least one big name. Tottenham, or will Manchester United come good. Result, he has issues to tackle right through his team and. S in the Premier League, premier, sport s football expert Mark Lawrenson is pitting his wits against a different guest each week this season. Someone who is going to come in and make them better. Then that will not be a problem. Presenters, with Thursday being the transfer deadline for incoming players. Saturday, he will play exactly the same way and they are going to be very hard to stop. Martin Keown, reporters and commentators predict who will win the. Spurs will definitely be in the top four and I think they have an outside chance of winning the title because their strongest XI is as good as anyoneapos. Although I think Liverpool and United will both be a lot closer to them this time. Jose always seems to get out of bed the wrong side every morning. This is the year for me where Liverpool have got to come out and say apos. Everton v Southampton, that will be the biggest difference with Arsenal this season compared to when Arsene Wenger was in charge and they played more off the cuff.
There are some positives, and I am expecting a big season from Paul Pogba after his World Cup, but I definitely think they need another striker as back-up to Romelu Lukaku - someone in a similar mould to the Belgian. Upson Dublin say Chelsea were 'outplayed' Stephen Warnock: Keeping Hazard is crucial for Chelsea. How did Lawro do last week?
Will Manchester United narrow the gap? Ian Wright: It is blatantly obvious that United need central defenders, which is why he has shown an interest in Leicester's Harry Maguire and Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld. Never tell your top goal scorer his services are no longer required until you have signed and delivered his replacement.
Newsbeat sports reporter Simon Mundie: They look brilliant going forward but huge issues at the back will be their undoing.