Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table for 2023/24 season but it's bad news for Chelsea despite huge rebuild | The Sun

MANCHESTER CITY will win a FOURTH Premier League title in a row this season, according to predictions made by a supercomputer.

But fans of several other big clubs will be left concerned by the results of the table.

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It uses multiple factors to determine the table – including expected goals and expected assists gained during the 2022/23 campaign and pre-season.

The simulation is then run 100,000 times.

And the results are intriguing as the Premier League prepares to kick off with Burnley vs Man City on Friday night.


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Man City are tipped to retain the title for what would be their sixth league crown in seven years under Pep Guardiola.

And their buffer to second-place Arsenal is predicted to be in the region of seven to nine points.

The Gunners are joined by Liverpool and Manchester United as the other sides slotting into the top four places.

Newcastle's return to the Champions League is not expected to damage their league form too much as they sit fifth.

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And that could be good enough to return to Europe's elite competition under Uefa's new Champions League rules.

But it's a disappointing first season for Mauricio Pochettino at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea's much-changed squad is only predicted to manage sixth place.

Tottenham are also set for another underwhelming campaign as they are tipped to improve by just one place – finishing seventh.

And that could be under threat after news today that they have accepted Bayern's latest offer for Harry Kane.

Aston Villa, Brighton and West Ham round out the top half.

But it's bad news for new boys Luton and Sheffield United – who are expected to return to the Championship at the first time of asking.

And Steve Cooper's Nottingham Forest are tipped to join them in being relegated.

Bournemouth, Wolves and Everton are also set to be involved in a battle at the bottom.

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