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Supercomputer drops HUGE predictions for Newcastle and Arsenal for next Premier League season, it's bad news for one team

Supercomputer drops HUGE predictions for Newcastle and Arsenal for next Premier League season, it's bad news for one team

Arsenal and Newcastle have both had successful seasons so far, but it’s a whole different story for one team in the following campaign.

Arsenal are predicted to take a major setback under Mikel Arteta in the 2023-24 Premier League campaign after challenging for the league title this season, according to a supercomputer’s predictions.

The Gunners are still top of the Premier League table this season and could still capture the league title, despite suffering a massive blow in their bid to capture the trophy.

City secured a crucial three points against Arsenal in their thumping 4-1 win at the Etihad on Wednesday, with Pep Guardiola’s men two points behind the Gunners with two matches in hand.

A supercomputer now believes that Arsenal will regress under Arteta next season, with the Gunners predicted to finish out of the top four.

While Arsenal are predicted to finish a surprising fifth, Newcastle have been tipped to challenge City for the Premier League title next season.

Eddie Howe has been hailed for his remarkable work at Newcastle this season, with the Magpies currently third and pushing for a top-four place.

Manchester United and Liverpool are predicted to finish third and fourth respectively, with Tottenham placing seventh and Chelsea finishing sixth in the predictions.

According to the supercomputer, Everton, Southampton and Nottingham Forest are predicted to be relegated from the Premier League this season.

Posted below are the supercomputer’s predictions for the full Premier League table for the 2023-24 campaign.

Kwizly Quiz

20. Sheffield United (relegation)

19. Burnley (relegation)

18. Middlesbrough (relegation)

17. Leeds United

16. Bournemouth

15. Fulham

14. Leicester City

13. Wolverhampton Wanderers

12. Crystal Palace

11. West Ham United

10. Brentford

9. Aston Villa

8. Brighton and Hove Albion

7. Tottenham Hotspur

6. Chelsea

5. Arsenal (Europa League qualification)

4. Liverpool (Champions League qualification)

3. Manchester United (Champions League qualification)

2. Newcastle United (Champions League qualification)

1. Manchester City (Premier League champions/Champions League qualification)

“With this year’s Premier League title likely staying in the hands of Manchester City, we’ve already had a look into the crystal ball to see what next season brings,” a spokesperson for Neue Online Casinos said.

“While it’s not a shock to see City at the top again, there is a surprise that Newcastle finish second, way ahead of Arsenal in fifth.”


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Topics: Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Brighton And Hove Albion, Aston Villa, Brentford, Premier League, England, Football