Fans explodes as Supercomputer predicts full 2023/24 Premier League table

A supercomputer has predicted the full Premier League table for the upcoming 2023/24 season.One of the highlights of pre-season for many fans is predicting where exactly their team will finish in the upcoming season.Magazines and social media outlets then give it a go – with supercomputers the latest trend in football predictions over recent years.Most supercomputers work by simulating the season, based on real life fixtures, a set number of times in order to get a picture for where each team will finish, partly based on expected goals (xG) for and against.

The simulation then presents the full table based on the probability that a team will finish in a certain position.

With that in mind, betting tips website Bettingexpert (via The Mag) programmed its supercomputer to predict the full 2023/24 Premier League standings – and it conjured up some interesting results.Supercomputer predicts 2023/24 Premier League table

The supercomputer predicts, perhaps unsurprisingly, that Manchester City will retain their Premier League crown for the fourth consecutive season.Pep Guardiola’s side are predicted to earn 86.6 points, after 100,000 separate simulations of the 38 matchdays that will take place this season.Behind them is Arsenal, who are expected to once again fall short in their Premier League title pursuit but hold on to second place.In third place is Liverpool, with the supercomputer predicted the Reds to bounce back from a disappointing 2022/23 campaign.

And it is Manchester United who take fourth spot on the simulated table, finishing five points ahead of Newcastle.The three relegated teams, meanwhile, are predicted to be Nottingham Forest, Sheffield United and Luton, with the latter two sides returning to the Championship at the first time of asking.

There is hope for the two promoted clubs though, with the Hatters given a 31.3 per cent chance of staying up, while the Blades have a 38.3 per cent chance.Chelsea, meanwhile, are predicted to finish sixth in their first season under Mauricio Pochettino, with Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham behind them in seventh.

That means Brighton and Aston Villa, in eighth and ninth, will miss out on Europe via league position after qualifying last season.Everton, meanwhile, are slated to record a 15th-placed finish – which no doubt would be a relief for Toffees fans as they anticipate a relegation battle.

The full table is as follows:

1. Manchester City (86.6 points)

2. Arsenal (77.5 points)

3. Liverpool (76.1 points)

4. Manchester United (73.3 points)

5. Newcastle (68.3 points)

6. Chelsea (67.8 points)

7. Tottenham (62.2 points)

8. Brighton (58.1 points)

9. Aston Villa (56.5 points)

10. West Ham (47.3 points)

11. Brentford (46.0 points)

12. Crystal Palace (43.0 points)

13. Fulham (40.3 points)

14. Burnley (39.3 points)

15. Everton (38.7 points)

16. Wolves (38.5 points)

17. Bournemouth (37.2 points)

18. Nottingham Forest (36.2 points)

19. Sheffield United (31.7 points)

20. Luton (30.5 points)

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