Top 2021 Football Betting Prognosis
If you want to find out more about the potential 2021 outcomes in the world of football, read all about the teams’ strengths, weaknesses, and trends
Making football predictions on a weekly, daily, and annual basis is a pretty hard thing to do. However, the opinion on what might happen has to exist, thus predictions on the outcomes of the matches will forever roam the world of sport. Those of you who are considering placing wagers on certain football matches in the near future will definitely benefit from as much information as you can get.
If you want to find out more about the potential 2021 outcomes in the world of football, read all about the teams’ strengths, weaknesses, and trends, stay tuned.
Premier League Predictions
As far as the big 6 of the Premier League are concerned, their members will decide which team will end up at the top. If you don’t know who are the big 6, here’s a closer explanation: Manchester City, Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea. However, if you are considering betting on EPL this season, it’s worth noting that Leicester City are currently well-placed in third position in the table so they look likely to break the big 6 monopoly.
Leicester are a solid unit with a good defence and dangerous attackers, however, it’s still too early to compare the Foxes with other teams from the big 6 as they need to do it consistently over a longer period. The title this season looks a forgone conclusion as Man City are 14 points clear at the top of the table but the race for fourth place is still very-much alive.
Who Could Finish Bottom?
If we are to predict who could potentially finish last, Sheffield United are the odds-on favourites. The Blades currently sit rock bottom of the table on just 14 points having lost 23 of their 29 games so far. They will keep fighting during the final nine matches but they are 14 points from safety so Sheffield United are almost certain to go down.
Whether they finish bottom if still uncertain though as West Brom are just four points ahead in 19th. They also look destined to return to the Championship after winning just three games all season and they have a worse goal difference compared to Sheffield United so it will be interesting to see who ends up last at the end of the season.
PFA Player of the Year
This might be the toughest prediction to make since there are so many great players in the Premier League. All experienced bettors know how hard it is to find the best first deposit bonus and predict the PFA player of the year. However, one player who will be right in the mix is Manchester United attacker Bruno Fernandes. He has been outstanding for United this season and has won multiple Player of the Month awards so he’s among the favourites for the Player of the Year.
Apart from Bruno, Man City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is in with a shout following a superb campaign while team-mate Kevin De Bruyne has been instrumental once again for the Champions elect.
Other Season Predictions
There are more reasons why you should try betting on football. So, here are some of the other predictions concerning football that you could look at:
- Best transfer
- Young Breakout Star
- Biggest Transfer Flop
- Top Goalscorer
- Top 4 Finish
- Bottom 3 Finish
- Next manager to be replaced
As far as the best transfers of the season are concerned, there have been many new talents arriving. James Rodriguez and Thiago Alcântara were big name arrivals last summer but Ruben Dias has been excellent for Man City since arriving last year.
Since we are talking about new and young talents, we might as well move on to the young breakout stars. Youngsters like Tariq Lamptey, Bukayo Saka, Tyrick Mitchell, and Mason Greenwood have all made big impressions this season.
Rodrigo and Kai Havertz are the potential biggest transfer flops while Mohamed Salah, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Harry Kane are looking at the title of top goalscorers.
Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Leicester are well placed to finish in the top four but Liverpool, Tottenham and West Ham are also in the running. At the other end, Newcastle or Fulham are likely to join Sheffield United and West Brom in being relegated.
Let’s talk about the managers as well – and the pressure is on Jose Mourinho following a disappointing campaign and he might not be Tottenham manager next season if they fail to qualify for Europe. Question marks are also being asked of Jurgen Klopp after a disasterous title defence while Mikel Arteta’s position at Arsenal could be under threat if they don’t finish in the top 7. But Steve Bruce is the most likely manager to face the sack, especially if Newcastle are relegated.
All in all, we are facing a really exciting final few weeks to the season, and no one can predict exactly what will happen. Who will finish in the top four? Will anyone beat Bruno Fernandes to the Player of the Year award? Can Newcastle survive the drop? We’ll have to wait and see…
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