Do these Radio 1 DJs know their football?

Trevor Nelson, Adele Roberts and Charlie Sloth

Do Trevor Nelson, Adele Roberts and Charlie Sloth know their football?

The BBC football pundits have had their contend about what will occur this deteriorate – but what about the people who REALLY know what they are articulate about?

BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra DJs Charlie Sloth, Adele Roberts, Trevor Nelson, Nick Bright and Chris Stark have all picked who they consider will finish up as champions, and also have their own mini-league in the BBC’s Premier League Predictor game.

Disagree? You can take them on yourself here, and enter a mini-league with your friends too by personification the a new-look BBC Sport Predictor game.

DJ Charlie Sloth

BBC Radio 1Xtra, Monday-Friday from 16:00-19:00 BST.

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His top 4: 1. Liverpool 2. Man City 3. Chelsea 4. Man Utd

A lot of people are going to consider we am inequitable since we am a large Liverpool fan, but there’s actually process and suspicion that has left into my top four.

I just feel like the patrol is the strongest it has ever been and we consider Jurgen Klopp has a genuine bargain of what’s about to occur this deteriorate and how he wants his group to play – he has finally got his two men out far-reaching who can slice teams to pieces when they lay back.

Adele Roberts

BBC Radio 1, Monday-Friday from 04:00-06:30 BST.

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Her top 4: 1. Man City 2. Man Utd 3. Liverpool 4. Chelsea

As much as we would adore the Premier League prize to be ornate in the ribbons of Liverpool red and make its way to Merseyside at the finish of this season, we consider it competence finish up in the blue of Manchester City.

Pep Guardiola has built a clever side – harmful in attack and much stronger this year in counterclaim which means they will be very tough to beat.

With a Champions League campaign to cope with too, we can't see how Chelsea or Tottenham Hotspur can kick them over a season.

I consider Spurs will also find it tough to play at Wembley for their home games this year. They’ll skip the atmosphere, attract and story of White Hart Lane and it’ll take them a while to adjust.

Trevor Nelson

BBC Radio 1Xtra, Saturday and Sunday from 16:00-19:00 BST.

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Trevor Nelson is graphic with Liverpool brazen Daniel Sturridge

His top 4: 1. Man City 2. Man Utd 3. Chelsea 4. Arsenal

As a Chelsea fan we consider we’ll be singing ‘champions of England’ for only a few months more.

Antonio Conte has been a spectacle worker up to now but not even he can deliver the disaster the pre-season has been – Diego Costa’s opinion has cost us and a round hasn’t even been kicked yet.

It is not all doom and gloom, though. we still consider that we are so organized and strong, that a top-four finish beckons again

Nick Bright

BBC Radio 1Xtra, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00-13:00 BST.

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His top 4: 1. Man City 2. Chelsea 3. Arsenal 4. Tottenham

Chelsea will take the second spot, followed by Arsenal (I hope!), as prolonged as Alexandre Lacazette hits the belligerent using and Alexis Sanchez stays.

Completing the top 4 for me are Tottenham. Although they haven’t been massively active during the send window, Harry Kane is inclusive in front of idea and they have a good counterclaim too.

I consider that Manchester City will be champions – they’ve strengthened good over the summer and it’s Pep Guardiola’s second deteriorate in charge now so he’ll be looking to urge on last year.

Chris Stark

Chris Stark, BBC Radio 1 with Scott Mills, Monday-Friday from 13:00-16:00 BST.

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His top 4: 1. Man City 2. Man Utd 3. Watford 4. Chelsea

Most people design Manchester City to win the pretension this deteriorate but for no other reason than a tummy instinct, we consider Jose and Manchester United could have it this year.

That said, there needs to be a fast boost in quality.

But everybody needs to watch out for the strong Hornets! Being a large Watford fan we am massively vehement for the deteriorate forward – it could be a very good one for us with the right start.

It competence take a while for the group to jelly but energy, confidence and enterprise to show what they can do could make this group too much for Liverpool – we see a first win of the deteriorate for us at the weekend.

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