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Who wins Premier League 2021/2022?

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2021/2022 Premier League Season

This August will see the start of the Premier League’s 30th season, as 20 of England’s best teams begin their yearly battle to become the nation’s champions by the time that the fixtures conclude in late May of 2022. The start of the season will follow on from the conclusion of this summer’s European Championships, as some of the league’s best talents face-off against each other with their respective countries. Some players, such as Belgium’s Kevin De Bruyne, England’s Harry Kane or France’s Paul Pogba could return with a spring in their step if they can lead their nation to glory, whilst others will be looking to make up for potential disappointments, which players will look to resolve throughout the 38- game season.

After a year absence from the competition, both Norwich and Watford have regained their places amongst England’s elite teams, following their promotions from the Championship. Norwich’s Teemu Pukki and Watford’s Ismaila Sarr, who both starred despite their team’s relegations in the 2019/20 season, have had great seasons respectively, and will look to steer their sides clear of the relegation zone. They will take 1 of 3 places in the league, which become available through the relegation of under-performing teams. Sheffield United have already been confirmed as being mathematically relegated, and it looks like both West Brom and Fulham will join them, barring a miracle. Sheffield United have had a woeful season, after the joys of their first season back in the league in 12 years, which resulted in a 9th place finish after many had tipped them to return to the Championship after the year. They currently sit bottom of the league and have not been able to replicate the ‘Sheffield Steel’ which they showed last year. The Championship Play-Off’s will determine the final promoted team, in what is billed as ‘football’s most valuable game’, due to the riches that the winning team receive as a result of entering the top-flight.

Manchester City who currently sit at the top of the Premier League, 10 points ahead of their rivals Manchester United, and are in a Champions League semi-final will likely enter the season as favourites, with Pep Guardiola managing the revive his side following an uncharacteristic 2019/20 season which saw his side relinquish the title to Liverpool, who won their first Premier League title ever. The reigning champions have not managed to find the form which carried them to the impressive win, as they currently sit in 6th place, below both West Ham and Leicester. Tottenham, who currently sit 1 place below them in 7th also will appoint a new manager, after the sacking of Jose Mourinho, with Ajax’s Erik Ten Hag amongst the favourites to take the role from caretaker manager Ryan Mason.

The ‘Big Six’ sides look to be challenged coming into the season, and on the back of the failure of the European Super League, with teams such as Everton and Leeds looking for European Football. The relegation battle will be exciting as always, and the quality of the promoted sides will be examined during the first few weeks of the gruelling season. The transfer window, which will end in August, will give teams their last chance to sign players who can change their season, before the next transfer window in the Winter. As the Premier League enters its 30th, the season is surely not one to miss, with lots to be decided before the curtain comes down.