Chris Sutton predicts where Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United will finish in Premier League

Chris Sutton has backed Man City to beat Liverpool, Arsenal, Man Utd, Tottenham and Chelsea to the Premier League title
has backed Manchester City to beat Liverpool to the title (Picture: Getty)

Chris Sutton has backed Manchester City to defend their Premier League title, with Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal making up the highest 4 on the finish of the season.

Liverpool received Europe’s greatest prize final time period however needed to accept second place in the English prime flight regardless of amassing 97 factors throughout an excellent marketing campaign.

Maurizio Sarri steered Chelsea to 3rd place and Spurs secured the ultimate Champions League spot after ending one level forward of north London rivals Arsenal.

Manchester United ended the season down in sixth and Sutton believes the departures of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez will make life tough for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as soon as once more.



‘I’m nonetheless backing City for the title, adopted by Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal. United haven’t received the gamers to get there,’ the previous Celtic and Blackburn Rovers striker informed The Daily Mail.

‘I can’t imagine they let Alexis Sanchez go. They had already offered Romelu Lukaku and signed no substitute, so that they had been already gentle up entrance.

‘I fear Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has cut his nose off to spite his face. He’s now counting on Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, possibly even 17-year-old Mason Greenwood to do a job up entrance.

‘As for Chelsea , with their lack of signings and no Eden Hazard, the top four is beyond them.’

Sutton thinks Manchester United will struggle this season
Sutton thinks Manchester United will wrestle once more this season (Picture: Getty)

Martin Keown is in settlement with Sutton that United will finish outdoors the highest 4, however has backed Liverpool to beat City to the title.

‘I backed Liverpool in my pre-season predictions, and had City, Tottenham and Arsenal completing the top four,’ the ex-Arsenal defender stated.

‘I’m standing by that, however fourth is huge open. Anyone may nick it.

‘United seem to be dropping points for fun – a draw at Wolves when they should have won, a home loss to Crystal Palace , then 1-1 at Southampton.’

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