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Supercomputer predicts the final standings for Premier League season

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A supercomputer has predicted each club’s fate by listing the expected final standings for the 2021/22 Premier League campaign.

A fourth Premier League title in five seasons appears to be heading Manchester City’s way in 2021/22.

Pep Guardiola’s men walked away with the title last season by finishing 12 points above second-placed Manchester United in the standings to reclaim the trophy from previous winners Liverpool.

According to bettingexpert.com’s Supercomputer, City will again be the team to beat. Chelsea, who defeated the Citizens in the Champions League final in May, will be their closest rivals. Liverpool and Manchester United make up the top four in these predicted standings.

PosClub
1)Manchester City
2)Chelsea
3)Liverpool
4)Manchester United
5)Tottenham Hotspur
6)Leicester City
7)Arsenal
8)Everton
9)Leeds United
10)West Ham United
11)Aston Villa
12)Brighton
13)Wolves
14)Southampton
15)Newcastle United
16)Burnley
17)Crystal Palace
18)Brentford
19)Watford
20)Norwich City

How does it compare to the 2020/21 league table?

Compared to last season’s Premier League table, not much will change in 2021/22. Arsenal, for one, will only improve by one place to finish in seventh. Tottenham could pip Leicester City into fifth, Everton may finish as high as eighth, and Leeds United will again finish in ninth-place.

The biggest movers are West Ham and Brighton, who finished in sixth and 16th places respectively last season. The Hammers have slipped down to 10th, while the former has moved four spots into 12th.

Patrick Vieira will just lead Crystal Palace to safety in his first season as a Premier League manager.

But the three newly promoted teams – Brentford, Watford, and Norwich City – will go straight back down to the Championship.

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