Premier League Predictions 2023 – 2024

As the Premier League 2022/23 season concludes, predictions for the upcoming 2023/24 season indicate a continuation of Manchester City’s reign with heightened expectations of glory. As the newly released fixtures draw attention, the break in between seems to be shrinking, leaving room for an array of transfer activities expected to significantly impact the season’s rankings.

Manchester City Favourites to Win the Premier League

Manchester City is poised to hold onto the Premier League crown, and Liverpool is predicted to ascend to the top four, ousting Newcastle. The victorious City, having bagged their fifth Premier League title in six years and recently basking in the aftermath of a Champions League victory, are already focused on the next season.

The dominance of Pep Guardiola’s team comes as no surprise as they appear set to secure another title, leaving their Premier League counterparts trailing. The placement of teams below them, however, may yield more intrigue.

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The Football 24-7 team’s prediction endeavours to project this season’s table, based on betting markets and ensuing predictions of the forthcoming action-packed 12 months – yielding a wealth of intriguing results.

Liverpool is slated to rebound from the previous season’s disappointing fifth-place finish to secure a spot in the top two. Arsenal is expected to descend one place to third, and Manchester United is set to round off the top four following their notable top-three finish last season.

This means Newcastle United is likely to descend from the Champions League positions to fifth, while Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea, despite showing a marked improvement over last season, appear to be heading towards another year of underperformance, finishing in the top six.

Tottenham, under the guidance of Ange Postecoglou, is projected to take the seventh spot, while Brighton, Aston Villa, and West Ham, all jostling for European football next season, are expected to round off the top ten. Read more about alternative football team betting sites with our free guide.

The Football 24-7 Premier League Winner Tips

The team of football pundits at Football 24-7 have put together our Tips for the Top 10 finish in the Premier League for the 2023- 2024 Season.

  1. Manchester City
  2. Brighton & Hove Albion
  3. Aston Villa
  4. Chelsea
  5. Liverpool
  6. Newcastle
  7. Tottenham
  8. Manchester United
  9. West Ham
  10. Burnley

Surprise Prediction – Brighton & Hove Albion

It would not be a big ask for the mighty Brighton & Hove Albion to repeat what Leicester City did, and win the Premier League this season. The team have shown great growth already over the past few seasons, they may be a dark horse this season.

Newly-promoted Luton Town and Sheffield United may face immediate relegation, with Burnley narrowly escaping the drop zone in 17th place. This would send Bournemouth, who had a commendable finish last season under Gary O’Neill, back to the Championship.

Everton and Nottingham Forest, on the other hand, appear set to avoid the bottom three yet again. However, Brentford, Crystal Palace, Wolves, and Fulham are expected to languish in the lower half of the Premier League.

Premier League Winner History

2022 – 23 Manchester City
2021 – 22 Manchester City
2020 – 21 Manchester City
2019 – 20 Liverpool
2018 – 19 Manchester City
2017 – 18 Manchester City
2016 – 17 Chelsea
2015 – 16 Leicester City
2014 – 15 Chelsea
2013 – 14 Manchester City
2012 – 13 Manchester United
2011 – 12 Manchester City
2010 – 11 Manchester United
2009 – 10 Chelsea
2008 – 09 Manchester United
2007 – 08 Manchester United
2006 – 07 Manchester United
2005 – 06 Chelsea
2004 – 05 Chelsea
2003 – 04 Arsenal
2002 – 03 Manchester United
2001 – 02 Arsenal
2000 – 01 Manchester United
1999 – 00 Manchester United
1998 – 99 Manchester United
1997 – 98 Arsenal
1996 – 97 Manchester United
1995 – 96 Manchester United
1994 – 95 Blackburn Rovers
1993 – 94 Manchester United
1992 – 93 Manchester United

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Zoe Ball

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