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2014-2015 Barclays Premier League Season.

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The 2014-2015 Barclays Premier League Season Kicks-Off Today. Today's Fixtures:

ARSENAL VS Crystal Palace at the EMIRATES STADIUM! COME ON ARSENAL!!!!!!!!! 17:30 Kick-Off.

Manchester United VS Swansea at Old Trafford. 12:45 Kick-Off.

Leicester VS Everton at The King Power Stadium. 15:00 Kick-Off.

Queens Park Rangers VS Hull at Loftus Road. 15:00 Kick-Off.

Stoke VS Aston Villa at The Britannia Stadium. 15:00 Kick-Off.

West Brom VS Sunderland at The Hawthorns. 15:00 Kick-Off.

West Ham VS Tottenham at Upton Park. 15:00 Kick-Off.

My Predictions:

ARSENAL 5-0 Crystal Palace.

Manchester United 3-0 Swansea.

Leicester 2-3 Everton.

Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Hull.

Stoke 2-2 Aston Villa.

West Brom 1-2 Sunderland.

West Ham 3-2 Tottenham.

COME ON ARSENAL (WINNERS OF THE 2013-2014 FA CUP AND 2014 COMMUNITY SHIELD).

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We used to have a Premier League thread every year on this forum. Haven't had one for a few seasons.

Ok.....

Whether Arsenal thrash Crystal Palace really depends upon how Palace react to losing their manager. Because you wouldn't expect a Pulis trained side to concede five. But Arsenal may have lucked out in playing them this week.

Would go along with your Man Utd prediction, though I don't like the look of the defence. It's not looking good at half time for that prediction though.

Your other predictions look reasonable if a bit too high scoring, but I find it hard to see West Ham scoring three. Will be hugely dissapointed if our defence lets in three against one of the weakest strikeforces in the league

Thank God football is back!

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I have missed the Premier League. It's going to be an exciting season, with ups and downs for all us fans. I think Top 4 will be Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United. I think Liverpool will come 5th, after Suarez went to Barcelona. Tottenham will come 6th IMO. I'm confident Arsenal can Win the League, with our strength in most areas. We have Alexis Sanchez now, Mathieu Debuchy, Calum Chambers and David Ospina. We also have existing players like Mesut Ozil, Lukas Podolski, a strong pair Centre Backs and a nice looking Team. Why not, I'm predicting and hoping Arsenal Win the League. My Predictions:

1) Arsenal.

2) Manchester United.

3) Manchester City.

4) Chelsea.

5) Liverpool.

6) Tottenham.

7) Everton.

8) Swansea.

9) Southampton.

10) Newcastle.

11) Stoke.

12) Queens Park Rangers.

13) West Ham.

14) Sunderland.

15) Aston Villa.

16) Hull.

17) Crystal Palace.

18) West Brom.

19) Leicester.

20) Burnley.

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The 2014-2015 Barclays Premier League Season Kicks-Off Today. Today's Fixtures:

ARSENAL VS Crystal Palace at the EMIRATES STADIUM! COME ON ARSENAL!!!!!!!!! 17:30 Kick-Off.

Manchester United VS Swansea at Old Trafford. 12:45 Kick-Off.

Leicester VS Everton at The King Power Stadium. 15:00 Kick-Off.

Queens Park Rangers VS Hull at Loftus Road. 15:00 Kick-Off.

Stoke VS Aston Villa at The Britannia Stadium. 15:00 Kick-Off.

West Brom VS Sunderland at The Hawthorns. 15:00 Kick-Off.

West Ham VS Tottenham at Upton Park. 15:00 Kick-Off.

My Predictions:

ARSENAL 5-0 Crystal Palace.

Manchester United 3-0 Swansea.

Leicester 2-3 Everton.

Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Hull.

Stoke 2-2 Aston Villa.

West Brom 1-2 Sunderland.

West Ham 3-2 Tottenham.

COME ON ARSENAL (WINNERS OF THE 2013-2014 FA CUP AND 2014 COMMUNITY SHIELD).

Some of the picks were not far off some just outrageous such as Arsenal winning 5-0. Tough game for Manchester United got to get our injured players back and they need to use the transfer window

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Well no regrets here for Arsenal's win Ramsey was on my fantasy team so more points for me!

Man United 1-2 Swansea City

Leicester 2-2 Everton

QPR 0-1 Hull

Stoke 0-1 Aston Villa

West Brom 2-2 Sunderland

West Ham 0-1 Spurs

Arsenal 2-1 Crystal Palace

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And Koscielny is in mine, so a bit of a silver-lining.

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Eek Rob, I've got to side with Tony here - but I'll back Spurs against United, Chelsea & other top challengers. Other than that, we won't be agreeing much in this thread :lol: In other news, that was a cagey win, but it's nice to see luck on our side for once. Hope the rumours are right though & Malky goes to Palace, he's a very underrated manager who deserves a PL team.

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It's the Best Football League in the World. I say this and many others do aswell.

Come on Arsenal!!!!!!!!!!!! Beat Leicester Today, which I think they will.

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It's the Best Football League in the World. I say this and many others do aswell.

Come on Arsenal!!!!!!!!!!!! Beat Leicester Today, which I think they will.

Tony, NOT everyone here knows or cares about this League. :rolleyes:

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The Premier League has done more damage to English football than almost anything else before or since. Nothing to be proud of.

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The Premier League has done more damage to English football than almost anything else before or since. Nothing to be proud of.

How so? I had only started watching full time since last season because of who and how it was broadcasted it in the US

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How so? I had only started watching full time since last season because of who and how it was broadcasted it in the US

It's international appeal makes it attractive for international players, and it becomes less of a development ground for good English talent. It's not really possible to have a good national team and a good national league.

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It's international appeal makes it attractive for international players, and it becomes less of a development ground for good English talent. It's not really possible to have a good national team and a good national league.

The Bundesliga?

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The Bundesliga?

There's like two good teams in it.

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It's international appeal makes it attractive for international players, and it becomes less of a development ground for good English talent. It's not really possible to have a good national team and a good national league.

And the sick joke is that those who pushed for its creation insisted it would make the England team better.

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