Supercomputer predicts where everyone will finish in next season's Premier League
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All the Premier League teams have had their fates decided already, with a Supercomputer predicting how the table will look this time next year.
Have you caught your breath from the end of the Premier League season yet? Good because there's only 75 days till the next one begins.
Admittedly the final day wasn't quite as dramatic as it might have been with only the relegation places and the minor European places at stake.
On the flip side Luton Town had booked their place in the Premier League for the first time a day earlier at Wembley, beating Coventry City in the play-off final.
It means that Luton's Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu will have played in every tier of the football ladder from National League to Premier League with the same club, when the season kicks off in August.
Luton joined Burnley and Sheffield United in the top tier for the 2023/24 season and they'll no doubt be one of the favourites to go down.
In fact according to LegalSportsbooks' Supercomputer, the Hatters are going to finish rock bottom of the league and be straight back into the Championship. The computer has predicted where everyone will finish come next May.
1. Manchester City
4. Manchester United
5. Newcastle United
7. Tottenham Hotspur
8. Brighton & Hove Albion
9. Aston Villa
10. West Ham United
11. Crystal Palace
12. Wolverhampton Wanderers
16. Nottingham Forest
19. Sheffield United
20. Luton Town
Manchester City being crowned as champions would come as a surprise to no one but it would make them the first team in English football history to manage it.
That's quite an amazing stat considering that Juventus did it nine time recently in Italy and Bayern Munich just picked up their 11th on the bounce, after Borussia Dortmund bottled it on Saturday evening.
Luton would expect to be everyone's favourites to go down, whilst Burnley would no doubt bite your hand off for a 17th placed finish.
However it's worth remembering that all the promoted teams last year would have been expected to go down and they all survived and did so relatively comfortably in the end.
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