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Soccer followers predict who will win the 2023/24 Premier League title

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Soccer followers have predicted that Manchester Metropolis will retain the Premier League title in 2023/24, keeping off competitors from Liverpool and Arsenal.

The destiny of the Premier League title at present hangs within the stability heading into the ultimate ten gameweeks of the 2023/24 marketing campaign, with the highest three groups all separated by a single level having all performed 28 video games apiece.

Present leaders Arsenal are aiming to win their first league title in 20 years this season, and sit high of the desk due to their league excessive purpose distinction of +46 – seven objectives higher off than second-placed Liverpool, who’ve, like Arsenal, gathered 64 factors from a attainable 84 so far.

Trailing by a single level behind the highest two is Manchester Metropolis, with the Residents sitting on 63 factors in third place.

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Man Metropolis have gained the Premier League in every of the final three seasons – 2020/21, 2021/22 and 2022/23 – and are aiming to develop into the primary membership ever to win 4 consecutive titles because the creation of the Premier League in 1992.

Soccer followers have predicted that Pep Guardiola’s all-conquering Metropolis facet will obtain that feat, garnering 45% of the votes in a ballot carried out by 90min concerning who will win this season’s coveted Premier League title.

League leaders Arsenal trailed behind within the ballot on 30% of votes, whereas Liverpool picked up simply 20% of the votes from soccer followers.

Metropolis and Arsenal are set to face off towards each other in a probably title-deciding contest on Sunday March 31 on the Etihad Stadium. A win for both crew might go a protracted solution to clinching the title, whereas a draw can be a large profit to Liverpool, who face off towards Brighton at Anfield earlier on the identical day.

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