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Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table for 2023/24 season as fixtures released

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The dust has only just settled on the Premier League 2022/23 campaign but the verdict is already in on how next season will pan out with more Man City glory expected

Manchester City are set to retain the Premier League title and Liverpool will replace Newcastle in the top four this season, according to a Supercomputer.

Treble-winning City secured their fifth Premier League title in six years last month and the bottles of champagne have only just been emptied after winning the Champions League, and already attention is turning to next season after the fixture list for the Premier League were released.

There feels like an increasingly diminishing length of time between each season and in that break, there are no shortage of transfers to be completed across the league. The outcome of the window will greatly influence this season’s table, of course, but predictions are already being made.

The predicted Premier League table for 2023/24
The predicted Premier League table for 2023/24 ( Image: King Casino Bonus)

That means Newcastle drop out of the Champions League places, down to fifth, while Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea are set to make up the top six – a huge improvement on last season, but another season of underachievement appears to be on the horizon at Stamford Bridge.

Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham are projected to finish seventh, with Brighton, Aston Villa and West Ham set to complete the top ten – a trio of teams who are also competing in European football next campaign.

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