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Predicting the English Premier League's Top 4 for the 2020-21 Season

It's almost here, English Premier League fans. The 2020 campaign is about to get underway, with all the English Premier League teams hoping to live up to their massive expectations. 

Just like every year, the race will not only be on for the English Premier League title, but also for the English Premier League Top 4. None of the top clubs want to miss out on Champions League play. Being able to wear your team's soccer jersey and soccer cleats during the tournament is a true honor.

So, with the English Premier League table ready to have some adjustments in the English Premier League standings throughout the season, which teams will be able to finish in the Top 4? We're going with Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United.

It goes without saying, but Liverpool fixtures will be among the most watched on the English Premier League schedule from start to finish for 2020/21. The Reds are fresh off their first league title in 30 years and will be ready to once again chase the trophy.

Over at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester City players can't wait to try and get some revenge on Liverpool, who prevented them from winning a mind-blowing third straight English Premier League title. With the Manchester City Aguero chants expected to be flowing starting for the season-opener on Sept. 21 against Wolves, fans can't wait for the year to start. We're picking them to finish in second.

Who will come in third? Here at Signables, the belief is it will once again be a back-and-forth battle between Chelsea and Manchester United. The Chelsea transfers is what we believe will send them over the top, along with the high expectations for American sensation Christian Pulisic. You want to talk about a successful English Premier League transfer window?

Chelsea brought in Kai Havertz, Timo Werner, Thiago Silva and others. United has only brought in one player: Donny Van Beek. Advantage goes to the Blues, which is why we're picking them to finish third, and Man United fourth.
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