Agbonlahor gives his top-four prediction including where Arsenal will finish

Former Aston Villa man turned pundit Gabby Agbonlahor has predicted his top-four for this season.

Arsenal is currently at the top of the Premier League table, a vast improvement from them finishing the last campaign in the fifth position.

The Gunners expect to finish this term in a better position, so finishing fourth would be seen as progress.

This means their current spot on the league table is an overachievement, but Agbonlahor believes they would have a good season.

While predicting the league standings at the end of this term, he said on Talk Sport:

 “Top four for me would be first place for Manchester City, second place Arsenal, third place Spurs and fourth place Chelsea.”

Just Arsenal Opinion

We have been in fine form this term and it is good to see. However, this is just the start of the season and we must not get carried away by the little excellent results we have had.

Instead, we must stay focused until the end if we want to remain in the title race or even finish in the Champions League places.

Hopefully, our top performers this season will remain injury-free and continue to help us win more matches. If that happens, this would be a good year.

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6 Comments

  1. We must strengthen the team with one or more additions to sustain the momentum as the league returns on Boxing Da

  2. IT WILL BE THE BEST BUSINESS IF WE SIGN WINFRED ZAHA IN JANUARY AND HE IS EVEN WILLING TO COME AT THE EMIRATES

  3. This is a lazy prediction in my view. It’s not supported by any material evidence whatsoever, or at least he failed to advance same if there’s any.
    But having said that I believe winning is a habit that starts with mentality. I don’t know why we always think we are good enough to win the league even when we are doing well. The problems we have are the same with all other teams. We can never have enough squad in my view. We can’t predicts what will happen tomorrow with our players. Liverpool is way ahead of us in terms of the quality and squad cohesion, yet they are experiencing the worse poor form since Klopp took over. That means football is unpredictable, Arsenal must start to believe and they can do it.
    Top 4 would be an improvement, but not necessarily an achievement…

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