A Super Computer Has Predicted The Final 2018/19 Premier League Table
Ladies and gentlemen, the time is almost upon us. Manchester United will host Leicester City in the opening game of the Premier League season on Friday night and all of us here at SPORTbible cannot wait for things to kick-off.
Many have predicted a more competitive title race after Pep Guardiola's side ran away with the league last season.
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Liverpool, Spurs, Arsenal and Manchester United are all in with a shout, but what does the 'world famous Super Computer' think will lift that trophy next year?
TalkSPORT have turned to the computer for its yearly predictions and well, there's a couple of surprises in the following standings.
Manchester City will regain the title, while Liverpool and Manchester United make up the top three. Maurizio Sarri will lead Chelsea to a Champions League place in fourth, but the likes of Arsenal and Tottenham will only manage Europa League football next season.
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Don't blame me for this result, the 'super' computer has churned out the following table:
For the 2017/18 season, the world renowned Super Computer correctly predicted the top two, but failed miserably in naming the teams to drop out of the top flight.
It predicted Huddersfield, Brighton and Burnley would be playing Championship football this season, but Sean Dyche's side ultimately finished 7th in the league - oops.
Here's the predicted Premier League table from last season:
What is your predicted Premier League table for the upcoming season?
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