That's a solid point, but also keep in mind, we don't know how songs would be paired around in the setlist.Of course I can't really say a particular setlist prediction is 'wrong', but here are some things i'm noticing.
The setlist is unlikely to start and end with anything other than the LP7 era opener, or at the very least, an LP7 era song. I hate to name names, but just as an example, the previous user (^above me) listed Always in My Head and A Sky Full of Stars as the bookend songs which I think is very unlikely to happen.
On that same note, we have think like the boys would when placing songs, example; Paradise is usually paired right after Charlie Brown 99% of the time (because of the piano outro makes the perfect transition to Paradise), Fix You came after Clocks (because they're both in the same key), ASFOS came after Oceans, when performed (because of the build-up transition in-between the two). So we don't know how to place the songs until we hear them.And I hate to put a damper on the fun, but its impossible to know when/where the LP7 songs fit in relation to the other songs without knowing what they sound like. I don't think that'll stop anyone from trying though, haa
Also, when designing setlists, keep this in mind. If they can cut Politik out of their show, no song is safe from being cut.
Hahaha this made spit out my water! I wish this would be true1. LP7
8. Speed Of Sound
9. Violet Hill
10. GPASUYF (MX Version)
13. A Sky Full Of Stars
16. Lovers In Japan
19. Viva La Vida
20. Square One or Politik
21. True Love
25. Til Kingdom Come
26. A Hopeful Transmission/DLIBYH
27. The Scientist
29. Hurts Like Heaven/LP7
30. (Postcards From Far Away Intro) Charlie Brown/Life Is For Living
31. Don't Panic
32. Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall
34. Fix You
36. Up With The Birds
38. All Your Friends