The 2019-20 Premier League season was like no other in the history of the competition. With the lockdown, uncertainty surrounding the finish, and eventual empty stadium games aside, there were still some truly incredible moments that any football fan could enjoy.
From Liverpool finally capturing the trophy, to Sheffield United's story book first season back in the top flight, and the reality of watching Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Frank Lampard, and Mikel Arteta on the sidelines, last season has given the 2020-21 season a lot to live up to. However, this is the Premier League, and there will always be drama and excitement.
Thanks to the latest ever finish to a Premier League season, there will be a very short gap before the start of next season, with the first set of games set to take place on 12th September. This, however, still gives us plenty of time to speculate over what we will see in the coming year.
Can Liverpool claim the trophy for the second season in a row? Will any of the newly promoted teams survive the drop? Will goal line technology affect the final league standings as much as it did this year? Despite still being weeks away from kick off, it's never too early for a good prediction or ten.
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