• September 28, 2021

Exclusive: Arsenal finish above Tottenham, Chelsea second, and Manchester United beat Liverpool

 Exclusive: Arsenal finish above Tottenham, Chelsea second, and Manchester United beat Liverpool


August is here and that means we are now just DAYS away from the new Premier League season starting.

After a year away, you fans are going to be back in stadiums up and down England making a raucous atmosphere.

We can’t wait to see full stadiums in the Premier League this season

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We can’t wait to see full stadiums in the Premier League this season

And August 14, you can hear Manchester United vs Leeds live and exclusive on talkSPORT at 12:30pm and Norwich vs Liverpool at 17:30pm.

We’ve got an intriguing campaign on the cards too with some huge changes in the off-season.

New managers will be in place at Tottenham, Wolves, Everton and Crystal Palace, with Premier League legend Patrick Vieira taking charge of the latter.

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It’s back and just in time for the new Premier League season, which begins on 13 August with Brentford hosting Arsenal on Friday night

Not only that, we’ve seen some outrageous transfers happen too with Manchester United among those doing big business.

The Red Devils have finally signed Jadon Sancho after last summer’s botched attempt and on top of that £73million deal, they have also landed France superstar Raphael Varane from Real Madrid.

Sancho is finally a Manchester United player and we can’t wait to see him

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Sancho is finally a Manchester United player and we can’t wait to see him

Aston Villa have made their intention to push for Europe clear having signed Emi Buendia from Norwich for £33m, although they could lose Jack Grealish, who is wanted by Man City.

Talking of being wanted by Pep Guardiola, Harry Kane is still at Spurs but could well quit before the end of the transfer window as he pushes for a transfer, but new boss Nuno Espirito Santo looks to be attending to their trouble some defence in the transfer window.

Liverpool have also looked at their defence with Ibrahima Konate joining for £36m, while they will welcome Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez back to full fitness in a huge boost to their title chances.

Van Dijk made a welcome return to action and took the captain’s armband too

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Van Dijk made a welcome return to action and took the captain’s armband too

Having won the Champions League, you would imagine Chelsea will be in the hunt for the trophy too but they are yet to confirm a single transfer. This could soon change with Jules Kounde a target.

Don’t forget Arsenal’s new signing Ben White when you’re talking about defenders, he’s a top talent but can he help Mikel Arteta’s men break back into the top six.

White came on for the second half against Chelsea

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White came on for the second half against Chelsea

Leicester City have done smart business rather than lots, snapping up Patson Daka and Boubakary Soumare as they attempt to crack the top four having missed on the final day of last term.

They join West Ham in the Europa League, but the Hammers are currently without Jesse Lingard, who returned to Man United when his loan spell ended, and face trying to juggle two games a week.

Can David Moyes and his men cope with European football?

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Can David Moyes and his men cope with European football?

Promoted sides Watford, Brentford, and Norwich have been busy too but can they avoid going straight back to the Championship?

Leeds United will be hoping their 2020/21 season was no flash in the pan but given Kalvin Phillips’ Euro 2020 displays for England, we doubt it.

Meanwhile Newcastle, Southampton, Burnley, and Wolves are all hoping for progress after tough seasons.

Phillips was one of England’s standout performers at Euro 2020 but can he carry it on and propel Leeds up the table

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Phillips was one of England’s standout performers at Euro 2020 but can he carry it on and propel Leeds up the table

And here, talkSPORT will bring you all the goals and action from around the grounds every Saturday on GameDay Live with Adrian Durham.

But just how will it all play out in the Premier League?

We booted up the talkSPORT Super Computer to find out just what is going to happen – and you can see the results and the predicted table below…

An early indication of the 2021/22 Premier League season

An early indication of the 2021/22 Premier League season

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