The Destiny of the 23/24 Premier League Title

As far as Premier League title races go, this year has been and will be a very fascinating watch. With the three main teams starting to pick up form, who will win the league? Will it be Klopp in his final season at Liverpool? Will Arteta and his men bring Arsenal their first title in 20 years? Or will the returning champions create even more history and win their fourth title in a row? 

The returning champions

Manchester City are arguably the best team in the world, fresh off an iconic treble-winning season, but the main question is, where do they go from here? Will complacency hit their squad, or will they have the same hunger as usual? 

A relatively shaky start for their standards brought up the question of complacency; however, since these questions were asked of them, they have turned the results around, but this has given Liverpool the early lead in the title race. With City being the favourites for the title on football betting online, have the Blues got what it takes to become title winners for a fourth consecutive season? 

However, the next few fixtures CIty have could make or break the title race; they have Liverpool at Anfield, Arsenal at home, and Manchester United at home, all of these games within a month plus cup games, and the thought of winning back-to-back Champions Leagues, it is a massive month for the Blues. 

Will Liverpool be back on their perch?

Liverpool has been one of the most successful clubs in England for the last half a decade, only pipped by Manchester City. Unfortunately for the red side of Liverpool, City have beaten them to near enough every title they have been up for, barring one incredible season, which sadly was during COVID-19’s peak. With the news that Klopp is leaving at the end of the season, this massive motivator for Liverpool will surely spur them on to perform at a level they haven’t in many years. With injuries hurting the squad, the next few weeks are pivotal.

Historic team, new champions?

Arsenal is one of the biggest teams in England and has not had much success in the last two decades. Their last Premier League title was won in the 2003–2004 season, although they came very close last year. Until City came back and Arsenal started to lose composure where they eventually lost the league by a decent margin. With the signings of Declan Rice and Kai Havertz, they have made some very necessary improvements to the team, and with the experience of last year’s upset, will they be able to spur on? Similar to the previously mentioned two teams, the next few weeks are massive for the Gunners, and this is a make-or-break season for Arteta. 

Our final prediction

Overall, we think this title could go all three ways; one slip-up from each team could give another team an advantage. Arsenal are the least likely of the three. Knowing that the other teams have more experience, a better mentality, and older players to rely on, the lack of a clinical player for Arsenal will hurt them. 

Now for the final two teams, we believe that Liverpool will clinch the title, possibly on the last day, with the added incentive for the players to make Klopp’s farewell tour a perfect one and the title race experience they have plus the clinical players that can step up for them. I think they have the best chance and will snatch the league as soon as Klopp says his goodbyes

As for City, we believe they will put up a resilient fight, possibly snag another trophy or two, and have a good season without the record-breaking fourth title in a row.


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