MANCHESTER UNITED and Arsenal look set to miss out on the top four AGAIN next season, according to a Supercomputer prediction.
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side have been tipped to lift the title for the third year running – but it’s bad news for Burnley, Sheffield United and Norwich.
Following the release of next season’s fixtures, SportNation.Bet have predicted how the table will look at the end of the 2019/20 campaign.
A number of variables including dates, derbies and previous league positions have been taken into account.
Liverpool will be gunning for revenge against City after missing out on the silverware by just one point last season.
The Reds will want to end their 30 years of heartache, but Jurgen Klopp’s men could be forced to settle for second – again!
Spurs, who lost the Champions League final to the Merseyside giants, have been tipped to finish above Chelsea.
The Blues will have to hit the ground running as they face Manchester United on the opening day of the campaign.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is planning a complete overhaul of his squad this summer – with 15 players released already.
But the Supercomputer has left United and Arsenal out of the Champions League spots for another season.
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High-flying Wolves are set to finish in seventh again – just one spot ahead of Newcastle.
With Jose Mourinho linked to becoming the new manager – the Toon squad be crammed full of talent next term.
Everton and Leicester will occupy the final two positions in the top ten, while Burnley, Norwich and Sheffield are at risk of relegation.