View Poll Results: Who will win the Premier League?

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  • Chelsea

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  • Liverpool

    2 11.11%
  • Man City

    7 38.89%
  • Arsenal (irrelevant option)

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    Haha, that'd be like watching your mother-in-law drive off a cliff in your new Ferrari.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Halsey View Post
    Yeah but City still having two points to play even if you beat both them and Chelsea is significant because whilst I reckon City will drop points I reckon Liverpool will do too. You needing them to drop two more points than you even if you beat both them and Chelsea (which itself is an unlikely, albeit possible, outcome) means they're more likely to win the league than you.
    I guess we disagree. They're both (Chelsea, City) pretty ordinary away from home and we're incredible at home. They're good enough to do well at Anfield, but in terms of probability I wouldn't bet on it. If we're still in this position when those games come up Anfield will be absolutely rocking.
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    I'm actually leaning towards Liverpool doing it. They've probably got the easiest run in of anyone and have it all in their hands seeing as they've still to play Chelsea and City at home.

    Arsenal still aren't completely out of it but ****ting the bed yesterday doesn't help. I still think we're least likely of anyone to drop ******* points the way Chelsea did at Villa or Man City did at Cardiff but constantly getting battered by the teams around you doesn't help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikki View Post
    I guess we disagree. They're both (Chelsea, City) pretty ordinary away from home and we're incredible at home. They're good enough to do well at Anfield, but in terms of probability I wouldn't bet on it. If we're still in this position when those games come up Anfield will be absolutely rocking.
    It's just probability. Say Liverpool are evens to beat Chelsea and City in the respective games (in actuality they will be longer than that, but evens is easier), they're 3/1 to beat both. So really it's pretty unlikely.
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    I am so intrigued in how this will all play out. Very exciting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    I am so intrigued in how this will all play out. Very exciting.
    Thanks Cevno.

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    No I am Jono. You got the first 3 letters wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    Everton aren't in great form either. If they were playing as well as they were around November time then maybe, but they've gone off the boil.
    Not that badly off the boil really, although we're definitely not playing the same football we were early in the season. We definitely had a tough run, only winning 2 from 7, but we've won our last 3, so it's looking up. I don't think we've got a chance of finishing above Arsenal though, but I can definitely see us seriously challenging Spurs and United for 5th. Hopefully we'll get a good result tonight against Newcastle and move into 5th!

    In regards to the title, it's going to be incredibly close. I'd like Chelsea to take it, but Liverpool are playing some irritatingly good football at the minute. Rodgers has put together a really good squad that's playing some excellent football, and for the first time in years they've actually got a chance. They've probably been the best team to watch in the league this season too, the Suarez-Sturridge partnership has been absolutely superb, so if they were to take the title, at least they'll have done it in style. I'd much rather they won it than Arsenal.
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    It's in Liverpool's hands now then

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    Liverpool win the Prem, Everton get 4th and we go down. We'll no doubt attract heaps of new fans from here

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    If that happens I'll become a Tranmere fan tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    If that happens I'll become a Tranmere fan tbh.
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