Supercomputer foretells where Man United and Man City will finish in 2023/24 Premier League

Supercomputer foretells where Man United and Man City will finish in 2023/24 Premier League

According to the projections of a supercomputer, Manchester City will repeat as champions of the Premier League, while Manchester United will place fourth in the standings of the upcoming season’s competition.

The standings for the 2023–2024 season are computed by making use of a variety of informative outright odds markets.

And there are predictions that City will break a record by winning their fourth championship in a row in the Premier League.

United is the only other team to have won three consecutive games with the same manager at the helm. This accomplishment has never been accomplished by a club before.

Arsenal is currently in second place, and Liverpool is making progress toward clinching a third-place finish after a poor 2022/23 season that resulted in Jurgen Klopp’s squad being eliminated from Champions League competition.

After that, United finishes in fourth place, followed by Newcastle United and Chelsea, who all qualify for the Europa League, and then Tottenham Hotspur in seventh place.

It is anticipated that Luton Town and Sheffield United would both immediately return to the Championship after being promoted to the Premier League via the play-offs of the Championship.

It is anticipated that Bournemouth will also struggle, and the Cherries will ultimately be relegated, while Burnley and Nottingham Forest will cling to survival by the skin of their teeth.

Although the summer transfer window has not even begun to open, LegalSportsBooks has produced a forecasted table, which can be found below.

Premier League Supercomputer Predictions
PositionTeamMarketOdds
1Manchester CityWinner8/15
2ArsenalWinner9/1
3LiverpoolWinner10/1
4Manchester UnitedTop Four11/10
5NewcastleTop Four6/5
6ChelseaTop Four11/8
7TottenhamTop Four9/4
8BrightonTop Four11/4
9Aston VillaTop Half4/7
10West HamTop Half5/6
11Crystal PalaceTop Half5/2
12WolvesTop Half3/1
13BrentfordTop Half7/2
14FulhamTop Half4/1
15EvertonTop Half4/1
16Nottingham ForestRelegation5/2
17BurnleyRelegation9/4
18BournemouthRelegation2/1
19Sheffield UnitedRelegation10/11
20LutonRelegation2/5

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Supercomputer foretells where Man United and Man City will finish in 2023/24 Premier League