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Premier League 2018-19 review: our predictions versus reality

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We thought Manchester City would pip Liverpool to the title, but we also said Watford would go down What we said: “Pep Guardiola’s talented side look well placed to become the first team to retain the Premier League title since Manchester United did it in 2009.” What happened: Pep Guardiola’s talented side became the first team to retain the Premier League title since Manchester United did it in 2009.

A new Arsenal are gradually starting to take form.” What happened: Arsenal finished fifth in the league as we predicted but, crucially, they made it to the Europa League final.

What we said: “Jürgen Klopp has spent big to address the weaknesses exposed in the Champions League final and the squad looks well equipped to challenge Manchester City for the title.” What happened: This prediction lark is very easy.

What we said: “Maurizio Sarri’s pursuit of pleasure is unlikely to be dull but there are question marks over most areas of the squad and a flock of young talents whose time might be now or never.” What happened: Chelsea did better than expected, finishing third in the Premier League and reaching a European final, but a lot of their fans found Sarri’s brand of football extremely dull.

But a lack of squad depth allied to a Europa League run could prove problematic.” What happened: Their run in the Europa League was even more taxing than we expected – they didn’t win any of their first five league games – but they recovered well later in the season and glided to safety.

After resuscitating Saints last season, now Mark Hughes must find a way to reinvigorate them.” What happened: Mark Hughes did not reinvigorate them.

An old-school manager, Neil Warnock is determined to ruffle a few feathers on his return to the Premier League with Cardiff City.” What happened: Politically, Neil Warnock is in the leave camp.
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