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Everton 2020/21 Season Preview: Premier League & Cups Predictions

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Whose predictions will reign supreme this year?

The Premier League trophy on display
Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

It’s that time of the year again when the Royal Blue Mersey crew get together and come up with their predictions for the upcoming season in the following categories -

Premier League Top 6, Everton position, Premier League Bottom 3, FA Cup Winner, Everton FA Cup, EFL Cup Winner, Everton EFL Cup, Premier League Golden Boot Winner, Everton Golden Boot Winner, Premier League Player of the Year, Everton Player of the Year.

So here we go with the writers’ 2020-21 Premier League season predictions, let’s have your predictions in the comments section below as well, and then we can compare notes as usual at the end of the season.

2020/21 Season Predictions

Category 2019-20 Matthew Pete Pat Geno Brian F Trent Tom Brian L Ian Calvin
Category 2019-20 Matthew Pete Pat Geno Brian F Trent Tom Brian L Ian Calvin
PL 1st Liverpool Liverpool Man City Chelsea Man City Man City Man City Man City Liverpool Man City Liverpool
PL 2nd Man City Man City Liverpool Man City Chelsea Liverpool Liverpool Chelsea Man City Liverpool Chelsea
PL 3rd Man Utd Chelsea Man Utd Liverpool Liverpool Chelsea Chelsea Liverpool Man Utd Chelsea Man City
PL 4th Chelsea Man Utd Chelsea Arsenal Tottenham Man Utd Arsenal Arsenal Chelsea Man Utd Arsenal
PL 5th Leicester Arsenal Wolves Tottenham Man Utd Arsenal Man Utd Man Utd Arsenal Arsenal Wolves
PL 6th Tottenham Tottenham Tottenham Everton Arsenal Tottenham Everton Everton Tottenham Tottenham Man Utd
Everton PL: 12th 7th 9th 6th 7th 7th 6th 6th 8th 7th 7th
PL 18th Bournemouth Aston Villa Burnley West Ham Brighton West Brom West Brom West Ham West Ham Aston Villa West Brom
PL 19th Watford Brighton West Brom Aston Villa Aston Villa Aston Villa Southampton West Brom Burnley Fulham Brighton
PL 20th Norwich West Brom Fulham Fulham West Brom Fulham Fulham Fulham Brighton West Brom West Ham
FA Cup Winner: Arsenal Man City Everton Chelsea Man Utd Everton Man Utd Man Utd Liverpool Sheffield Utd Arsenal
EFC FA Cup: 3rd Round Quarters Winners Quarters Quarters Winners Quarters Quarters Quarters Semis Semis
EFL Cup Winner: Man City Man City Man City Everton Wolves Man City Everton Everton Tottenham Wolves Wolves
EFC EFL Cup: Quarters Semis Quarters Winners Semis Quarters Winners Winners Rd of 32 Quarters Quarters
PL Golden Boot: Vardy Aubameyang Sterling Werner Werner Werner Aubameyang Aguero Kane Aubameyang Werner
EFC Golden Boot: DCL/Richarlison Richarlison Richarlison Richarlison Richarlison Richarlison Richarlison Richarlison DCL DCL DCL
PL POTY: De Bruyne De Bruyne Sterling Werner De Bruyne De Bruyne Mane Fernandes Salah Mane Werner
Everton POTY: Richarlison Richarlison Richarlison Richarlison Richarlison Allan Doucouré Richarlison Digne Doucouré Richarlison

So as you can see, there is some optimism that in Carlo Ancelotti’s first full season the Blues will finally break their ages long trophy drought and lift some silverware - three votes for the EFL Cup (aka Carabao Cup) and two for the FA Cup.

As far as league finishes go though, there’s not too much hope that the Blues can make it higher than sixth place in the league table. Apart from the solitary Chelsea vote, everyone else pretty much expects either Manchester City or Liverpool to lift the Premier League title again.

Richarlison seems almost the unanimous vote for Everton’s Player of the Year, clearly none of the crew thought that James Rodriguez is ready to make an immediate impact on the Toffees. Dominic Calvert-Lewin has a few shouts for the club’s Golden Boot for most goals scored, so they’re also expecting his improvement to continue.

Don’t forget to write in your predictions below!


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