Where Brighton, Crystal Palace, Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea and Fulham will finish in the Premier League – based on fans’ confidence
Graham Potter guided his team to a record breaking ninth in the top flight last term and expectations are high this campaign.
Brighton have though lost influential midfielder Yves Bissouma, who joined Tottenham in a £30m deal earlier this window – and Manchester City continue to track their star man Marc Cucurella.
Pep Guardiola's Premier League champions had an initial £30m bid for the Spaniard rejected but are expected to return with a higher offer.
Potter will not want to lose two star players this window, especially as incomings have been fairly slow.
Albion have so far added 18-year-old Paraguay international Julio Enciso and attacker Simon Adingra – who was immediately loaned to Union SG of Belgium.
Ahead of the new PL campaign, Sky Bet and YouGov have teamed up and completed a survey as part of their Fan Hopes campaign.
The research asked fans of each Premier League club a series of questions to determine how confident they were feeling about their team’s chances this time round.
As a result of the survey, we can see which fanbases are the most and least hopeful about the season ahead from a scale of 1-10 (1 being not optimistic at all, 10 being very optimistic).
Here is how the Premier League table will look if it was based on these ratings (from lowest to highest)...