Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville’s pre-season relegation predictions resurface, embarrassing the Sky Sports activities duo.

GARY NEVILLE and Jamie Carragher have been left red-faced over their surprising Premier League relegation predictions.

The pundits shared their ideas forward of the 2022-23 season on who they believed would end within the backside three.

Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher each bought their relegation predictions fully improper

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And the pair may very well be incorrect with all three of their picks, with already relegated Southampton tipped by neither Neville nor Carragher.

As an alternative, Neville predicted the three groups promoted from the Championship final season – Fulham, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest – to go down.

Fulham suffered relegation of their earlier two Prem seasons, 2018-19 and 2020-21, however are on track to complete within the prime ten this time round.

Whereas Bournemouth, who Carragher additionally thought wouldn’t keep away from the drop, are already protected and will break the 40-point barrier.

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Nottingham Forest are nonetheless in relegation hazard however have a three-point cushion to 18th-placed Leeds with two video games left to play.

Another win towards Arsenal or Crystal Palace would doubtless see them protected and defy Carragher and Neville, each of whom thought Steve Cooper’s facet would spend just one season within the prime flight.

Talking on The Overlap in August, Neville stated: “I’m going to go along with the three that got here up going straight again down.

“The rationale I say that’s the inequality when it comes to the precise cash, is pushing it extra that method [down] on a regular basis.”

Carragher added: “So, Bournemouth, Brentford and I’ve stated I need Forest to remain up and I feel when it comes to Marco Silva.

“I feel he’ll make it troublesome for groups… I’m going to go – although I don’t need them to go down – I feel Fulham may keep up and it’ll be Forest, Bournemouth and Brentford.”

Carragher decide Brentford, like Fulham, are additionally within the prime half of the desk and have even been flirting with a push for a European place.