Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Check Out The Wildest Football Prediction Of All Time

I just saw an interesting article on Sportsmail, in which the top British football site made a big, bold and hilarious prediction of the final 17 rounds of the season.

Following a record breaking weekend where the division’s top seven sides emerged victorious in all their respective matches,.... Pundits, Fans and Stakeholders of the 'toughest league in the world' have predicted this season's campaign to be the most fiercely contested in history.

So close: Olivier Giroud is denied during Arsenal and Chelsea's stalemate in December

WARNING: This Article might not go down well with some group of supporters, So if you have a soft spot for any London team, you are advised to take whatever you read below as a man.

Scroll down to see the most prophetic article of all time.

Round 22

Arsenal 3 Fulham 0

Man City 4 Cardiff 0

Liverpool 4 Aston Villa 1

Swansea 1 Spurs 1

Chelsea 1 Man Utd 0

West Brom 1 Everton 1

Round 23

Man Utd 2 Cardiff 0

Southampton 2 Arsenal 2

Liverpool 2 Everton 1

Chelsea 2 West Ham 0

Spurs 1 Man City 2

Round 24

Everton 2 Aston Villa 0

Hull 2 Spurs 2

Stoke 2 Man Utd 2

West Brom 1 Liverpool 3

Arsenal 2 Crystal Palace 0

Man City 2 Chelsea 0

Round 25

Liverpool 3 Arsenal 2

Chelsea 3 Newcastle 1

Norwich 0 Man City 3

Spurs 2 Everton 1

Man Utd 2 Fulham 0

King Luis: Luis Suarez scored during the 3-3 draw with Everton, can he inspire a Liverpool derby win at Anfield?

Round 26

West Brom 1 Chelsea 2

Arsenal 0 Man Utd 0

Everton 2 Crystal Palace 1

Man City 3 Sunderland 0

Newcastle 1 Spurs 2

Fulham 1 Liverpool 2

Round 27

Chelsea 1 Everton 0

Arsenal 2 Sunderland 0

Man City 3 Stoke City 1

Crystal Palace 2 Man Utd 2

Liverpool 2 Swansea 1

Norwich 1 Spurs 2

Round 28

Everton 1 West Ham 1

Fulham 1 Chelsea 2

Man Utd 1 Man City 3

Southampton 2 Liverpool 1

Stoke 1 Arsenal 0

Spurs 2 Cardiff 0

Round 29

Arsenal 1 Swansea 1

Chelsea 1 Spurs 1

Liverpool 2 Sunderland 0

Man City 3 Aston Villa 0

Newcastle 2 Everton 1

West Brom 1 Man Utd 3

Seeing red: Fernando Torres was sent off when Chelsea drew 1-1 at Spurs in September, the two sides meet again in March

Round 30

Aston Villa 1 Chelsea 2

Everton 1 Cardiff 0

Hull City 2 Man City 2

Man Utd 1 Liverpool 1

Spurs 1 Arsenal 2

Round 31

Cardiff 2 Liverpool 2

Chelsea 1 Arsenal 1

Everton 1 Swansea 1

Man City 5 Fulham 0

Spurs 2 Southampton 2

West Ham 2 Man Utd 1

Round 32

Arsenal 2 Man City 1

Crystal Palace 0 Chelsea 1

Fulham 1 Everton 1

Liverpool 2 Spurs 0

Man Utd 2 Aston Villa 0

Round 33

Chelsea 3 Stoke 1

Everton 1 Arsenal 1

Man City 2 Southampton 0

Newcastle 1 Man Utd 2

Spurs 1 Sunderland 1

West Ham 2 Liverpool 2

Round 34

Arsenal 3 West Ham 1

Liverpool 3 Man City 2

Man Utd 1 Hull City 0

Sunderland 0 Everton 1

Swansea 0 Chelsea 0

West Brom 1 Spurs 2

Crisis: Manchester United were beaten 1-0 by Newcastle United in November, can they exact their revenge on Tyneside?

Round 35

Chelsea 2 Sunderland 0

Everton 2 Man Utd 1

Hull 1 Arsenal 1

Man City 3 West Brom 0

Norwich 1 Liverpool 4

Spurs 1 Fulham 0

Round 36

Arsenal 3 Newcastle 0

Crystal Palace 1 Man City 3

Liverpool 2 Chelsea 1

Man Utd 3 Norwich 0

Southampton 1 Everton 1

Stoke 1 Spurs 1

Round 37

Arsenal 3 West Brom 0

Chelsea 4 Norwich 0

Crystal Palace 1 Liverpool 1

Everton 1 Man City 0

Man Utd 1 Sunderland 0

West Ham 1 Spurs 2

Round 38

Cardiff 1 Chelsea 3

Liverpool 3 Newcastle 0

Hull 2 Everton 2

Man City 3 West Ham 1

Norwich 1 Arsenal 2

Southampton 1 Man Utd 2

Spurs 2 Aston Villa 0

Final table (top seven)

Champions: Our calculations have Manchester City winning the trophy they lifted in 2012

1st Man City..........87pts

City's formidable home form proves the difference as they reclaim the title and Manuel Pellegrini celebrates his first season with the championship crown. They see out the season with a perfect home record, Chelsea the only one of their top-seven rivals still to visit the Etihad. Back-to-back away losses at Arsenal and Liverpool trigger fears of a late stutter, but they recover to confirm their title with a final-day victory over West Ham.

2nd Chelsea.........85pts

The Chelsea of old under Jose Mourinho shines through as the season draws to its close and they finish the campaign just two points shy of the champions. February's defeat at the Etihad proves costly, as does a late-season reverse at Liverpool, but they still take the race to the wire.

3rd Liverpool........82pts

The return of Daniel Sturridge, allied to Luis Suarez's unrelenting brilliance, sees the Reds win the next six, including victory in the Merseyside derby. A string of away draws curtails their title challenge but still they finish just five points adrift of the winners and claim third position ahead of Arsenal.

4th Arsenal...........81pts

With their squad stretched as the season gathers pace and European football returns, the Gunners' title aspirations fade. They do enjoy a home victory over Man City and are beaten just twice - at Liverpool and Stoke - between now and the end of the season, but Arsene Wenger's wait for a fourth title is extended to at least 11 years.

5th Spurs..............70pts

The top four prove too strong for the other challengers and crucial defeats against rivals Man City, Arsenal and Liverpool do for their Champions League ambitions. Still, though, Tim Sherwood's boys do enough to hold off Man Utd and Everton to take fifth position and Europa League qualification - they're sure to be thrilled with that...

6th Man Utd..........68pts

Inconsistency continues to plague United's title defence and the now customary defeat by their city adversaries sparks yet more talk of crisis for David Moyes. They do win the last three to take sixth position ahead of Everton, but will that be enough to earn Moyes another season at Old Trafford?

7th Everton...........66pts

Draws prove the Toffees' undoing as their failure to turn one point into three sees their Champions League hopes slip away. It's still a respectable return for Roberto Martinez in his first season at Goodison Park, although they are pipped to sixth by former boss Moyes.


  1. Happy New year Itunuoluwa.. i miss you gidigaan o

  2. Thank GOD it is just a prediction. but fact be told this is the closest epl title battle have seen. Very close to that of 2002 when @ xmas when the top 8 were seprated by just 11 point ..united finnally won and arsenal came second.

  3. chelsea ll carry d cup nt man city...

  4. chelsea ll carry d cup nt man city...

  5. na wa o.. you just came out of the blues to comman giv us epistle, no explanation of ur whereabout, nothing.. welcome back sha

  6. yea i just made some research abt the writer of this article, his name his Gary Hope.. i will find you and put u in a hopeless situation

  7. hahahaha.. funny