Jamie Redknapp predicts where Chelsea, Man Utd and Arsenal will finish in the Premier League


Jamie Redknapp delivered his prediction at the top of the Premier League (Photo: Sky Sports)

Jamie Redknapp revealed his top four prediction after Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Leicester City all won Premier League victories this weekend.

Frank Lampard’s Blues rebounded from a shock loss to West Ham with a 3-0 win over Watford on Saturday.

The victory sees Chelsea return to fourth place, two points above Manchester United, who briefly overtook the West London club after their 5-2 loss to Bournemouth.

With Arsenal and Leicester also winning against Wolves and Crystal Palace respectively, the race for the top four is expected to end with nine points separating five teams.

Redknapp estimates Manchester United to be in pole position to finish third and expects Chelsea to stay in fourth, Leicester slipping to fifth, which would still secure a place in the Champions League if the European ban on Man City were maintained.

He told Sky Sports: “The Chelsea matches certainly seem to be winnable. They have two tough games – Liverpool away, then the Wolves at home could also be important.

“Manchester United have dream devices in Leicester City. Leicester meetings are difficult.

Jamie Redknapp’s Premier League prediction in top four

1. Liverpool (c)

2. Manchester City

3. Manchester United

4. Chelsea

5. Leicester City

“If you could have someone meet there, you would probably choose Manchester United right now.

“I think Manchester United [are in pole position], by looking at these devices and with the form in which they are found.

“You look at Mason Greenwood and the impact that Bruno Fernandes has made on this club has been phenomenal.

“I think it will be Manchester United, Chelsea and Leicester. “

Former Chelsea and Arsenal defender Ashley Cole added, “Regarding the top four, I couldn’t put my money on any of the teams because he is probably one of the top seven.

“If you say Arsenal could do it, you have to say the same for Sheffield United. For me, it’s too difficult to choose.

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