English Premier League season 22-23 prediction – ‘Piers Morgan’

The broadcaster and journalist, a lifelong Arsenal supporter, has picked Manchester City to win the Premier League, praising Pep Guardiola for transforming the club into a Sir Alex Ferguson-like winning machine. Liverpool will finish second once again.

The long-awaited 2022/2023 English Premier League season kicks off in less few hours to come. Piers Morgan, an English broadcaster and media figure, has made a prediction for the season 2022/2023.

Arsenal host Crystal Palace on Friday night, and Morgan believes the Gunners will return to the top four after a seven-year absence from the Champions League.

He predicted that Manchester City might perhaps win the English Premier League during the current campaign. The Citizens are the favorites to win the EPL this season because they have won it the last two years, making them a strong contender.

Despite losing Raheem Sterling, Oleksandr Zinchenko, and Gabriel Jesus, Morgan thinks Manchester City still has a quality team.

He has projected that Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, and Arsenal might make the UEFA Champions League in 2023 or 2024 if they finish in the top four.

Then Morgan predicted that Liverpool would fall just short of City to finish second in the Premier League title battle. Even if the Reds have signed Darwin Nunez from Benfica, he thinks Sadio Mane’s exit to Bayern Munich could impact the team.

The largest unexpected development in the next English Premier League season is Patrick Vieira, the manager of Crystal Palace.

Erling Haaland, a recent acquisition of Manchester City, could win the Golden Boot in the EPL 2022–2023 season, according to Piers Morgan.

The biggest letdown in the next English Premier League season, in his fifth prediction, may be Manchester United. Erik Ten Hag, a new manager, will oversee the Red Devils begin the season.

For the 2022–2023 English Premier League season, this is Piers Morgan’s prediction.

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