The kick-off for the EPL season is drawing closer, and teams are gearing up to improve their strength and battle for the title and other areas. It will not be an easy season for even the top teams, and they would have to fight to hold on to their top spot. It will be an epic run, like playing at Vegas online casino with other strong gamblers.
We are looking forward to an epic season, and one of our main focuses will be on the teams that will make up the European qualifying spots. It will be a battle, but we expect to see these teams make it out eventually. Therefore, let’s look at these seven teams, in no particular order, that we think have what it takes to qualify for European football next season.
Arsenal is a top team that is going through a rough patch, and last season, they finally got to go back to European football. And even though it wasn’t what they would have wanted, it is a good step in the right direction.
The team is already looking to strengthen its squad and get more players in. Therefore, we expect to see a stronger Arsenal side, and as a result, it would be surprising not to see them make any of the top seven spots at the end of the 2022/2023 season.
The 2020/2021 European Champions are back for another UCL challenging season, and after crashing out in the quarterfinals last season, they would want to go further this season. Therefore, we expect them to do better than last season.
However, they would need to get replacements for the players that have left the team already. Once they do, they would be ready to challenge for the title, and certainly, they are set for a top-four finish again this season.
Last season’s runners-up are certainly one of the best teams in the league for many seasons now. However, losing Sadio Mane would be a big blow to the team, but they already have some players that can step it up and fill in the big boots left by the Senegalese.
But the problem is that they might also lose Mohammed Salah, given that he hasn’t signed a new deal. Therefore, losing both forwards would make it difficult for the team to compete well. However, they should still make at least one of the European competitions.
Last season’s champions, Manchester City, continue to be the favorites to win this season’s competition. They are at the top of the pile, given how they’ve continued to bring in players, and the addition of Haaland to the already incredible team is something many opponents dread.
It won’t be an easy task to stop this team this season, and as a result, we don’t see them finishing any lower than the top two spots, and it would be a big one if they don’t win the competition again.
The biggest team in Manchester, and one of the most successful teams in the league, Manchester United, are going through a rough patch. The team hasn’t won a single trophy since their victory in the Europa League in the 2015/2016 season. Now that they are back in the competition.
We would be following the team and how far they can get in the competition, and with the new manager, we expect them to go on to compete for all trophies and, in the end, make it to another European competition next season.
After the takeover, Newcastle has shown how good the team can get, and with the new transfer window, they can get more reinforcement to ensure that team competes for more. In that case, we see them making it into the top seven spots, displacing West Ham United from the seventh position.
As a result, we are prepared to see Newcastle back in European competition at the end of the Premier League 2022/2023 season. It will certainly be epic if they make it into either the Europa League or Champions League spot.
With Antonio Conte looking like he would continue to manage the team and the team already doing business in the market, we see some exciting events with Tottenham. The team is looking like they would be one of the title contenders next season, and it would take some doing to displace them from the top four positions.
Undoubtedly, we expect Tottenham to make it to the Champions League next season and maybe even get further on the table, such as a top two or three finish.