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Originally posted by mattteo

So out of the above 10, Villa is playing like crazy and beat Liverpool 7-2. Grealish and Watkins are really linking up well and last day could bring in Rashica too. I really doubt they can get relegated this year, so that leaves 9.

Leeds transfered Raphina from Rennes and he's a real class act,which I think is enough to get points over the line. They also have Helder Costa there. So that leaves 8.

Among those is Crystal Palace too, even hplding on to Zaha. So it's gonna be a tough battle especially as WBA is doing well, have found a mobile center forward in Callum Robinson and he is backed by Matgeus Pereira and Grosicki, who are PL players, Brighton has a really good manager and pretty much dominates their matches. Southampton has Danny Ings and he might get good service from Theo Walcott,a player who guarantees 10 assists a season if he is fit.

I surely wish Eze would guarantee that too, as he turns 23 years old.

The really poor one seems to be Fulham. I don't like Sheffield or Burnley either, but they are tough nuts to crack.

Hes only hit 10 assists once in his whole career.

 

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Probably because he is always injured.

 

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So, Brighton: [Link]

 

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Originally posted by taylors lovechild

Eze looks like the ball is sewn to his foot and seems to glide around the pitch. He has a lot to learn, but I think he is going to make a real name for himself.

If he actually gets to play that is

 

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Originally posted by Ginger Pubic Wig


Think Sheff U have more about them than triple T thinks. Same for Burnley.


West Ham and Everton might be s*** but it's far from a banker for either.


So was I right?? Or was I wrong??

Prophet again??

Do.you still think Everton and West Ham look that bad and not Sheffield and Burnley?

Let's see the table.

When I looked at players and knew how good James Rodriguez has been when playing under Ancelotti as rught wing, I knew exactly how well Everton would.do, with the combination if him, Richarlison and Calvert Lewin up front.

Same for West ham, Pablo Fornals is a really good player, they have some quality.

On the other hand, Burnley and Sheffied relied on decent defences and 1-0 wins, which will only let you stay up 1 or 2 seasons unless you learn how to attack. 3 points for attacking trams that also lose make more in the long term than 1 point for teams that play at 0-0 and rarely lose.


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