The long wait is finally over as the 2021/2022 EPL season will come to an end tomorrow.

It’s been an amazing journey so far, proving itself yet again to be arguably the best league in the world.

A lot is still on the table to fight for though. Let’s take a look at some of them and the chances of each team involved, shall we?

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EPL (1ST POSITION: Manchester City and Liverpool)

With just 1 point between Pep Guardiola’s men and Jurgen Klopp’s, both Managers know a win is of utmost importance.

MANCHESTER CITY vs Aston Villa: 6 wins in the last 6 games EPL games between both sides.

They’ve also managed 8 wins in 8 meetings across all competitions.

City getting a win tomorrow shouldn’t be much of a tough task, should it?

LIVERPOOL vs Wolverhampton Wanderers: 6 wins in the last 6 EPL meetings between both sides.

Same as their rival, the Reds should be able to get a win tomorrow as well.

If things come out as predicted, City will definitely get the crown.

Any objection from you?

EPL (UCL SPOT: Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal)

Mikel Arteta’s men failed to claim back their Top 4 position after a disheartening loss to Newcastle United on Monday.

The consequence of the above puts them 2 points behind London rival, Spurs, with the latter have a better Goal Difference of 15 over the former as well.

A win is a must for the Gunners, while a draw should do for Spurs.

ARSENAL vs Everton: 3 losses, 1 win, and 1 draw for the Gunners in the last 5 EPL meetings between both sides.

Definitely an uphill task for them in terms of getting a win tomorrow, isn’t it?

Norwich vs TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR: 4 wins and 1 draw in the last 5 EPL meetings between these 2.

Getting a win or draw tomorrow shouldn’t be a difficult task for Antonio Conte’s men judging from the above, should it?

From the above, it looks pretty much easy for Tottenham Hotspur to claim the last UCL spot.

EPL (UEL SPOT: Manchester United and West Ham United)

With just 2 points separating these 2 as well, a win seems the only option for both sides.

Crystal Palace vs MANCHESTER UNITED: 2 wins, 2 losses, and 1 draw for the Red devils in their last 5 EPL meetings against the Eagles.

Looks pretty balance, unfortunately, United will be playing away from home.

The last time they visited the Eagles’ nest, it ended in a goalless draw.

From the above, it seems Ralf Rangnick men are in a disadvantageous position, doesn’t it?

Brighton and Hove Albion vs WEST HAM UNITED: 5 draws in the last 5 games between both sides.

Or let’s make it plainer, West Ham have had 6 draws and 3 losses against Brighton since the latter’s return to the EPL.

Oops, Seems things look tougher for the Hammers than the Red devis, doesn’t it?


For me, here are my predictions based on the facts before us:

EPL Winner: Manchester City
UCL Spot: Tottenham Hotspur
UEL Spot: Manchester United.

Looks pretty easy, but it’s football, anything can happen.

Don’t forget we also have the Relegation survival involving Everton, Leeds United, and Burnley.

Let’s get your thoughts via the comment section below.


According to this Blogpost, Manchester City and Liverpool have something in common according to the stat laid, what is it?

Judging by this Blogpost, Brighton have never defeated West Ham United since their return to the EPL. True/False.

From their fixtures tomorrow, West Ham United, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur have something in common based on this Blogpost. What is It?


Provide your predictions using the example I gave in my “CONCLUSION” section (add the team you think will relegate alongside Norwich and Watford).


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