Supercomputer predicts full 2020/21 Premier League table as fixtures released

The Premier League fixtures have been released – and a supercomputer believes Manchester City are destined to regain the Premier League title.

Liverpool dominated the top flight last year to claim their first ever Premier League crown, finishing 18 points ahead of Pep Guardiola’s side.

Jurgen Klopp’s men host newly promoted Leeds in their first game of the new campaign whilst City will host Aston Villa.

The full table has been predicted by Unikrn ’s supercomputer – and it is backing City to edge Liverpool to the top spot.

It’s also predicted that Manchester United and Chelsea will again round-up the top four with Tottenham and Arsenal just behind.

Leeds United are being tipped to comfortably avoid relegation on their top flight return with a 12th placed finish.

Leicester, Wolves, Everton and Southampton are tipped to make the top half with West Ham just missing out and Sheffield United dropping down to 14th place.

West Brom are placed rock bottom after their promotion, just ahead of play-off winners Fulham with Aston Villa joining them in the relegation zone.

Here’s the full table predicted by the supercomputer.

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Premier League 20/21 predicted table

1. Manchester City
2. Liverpool
3. Manchester United
4. Chelsea
5. Tottenham
6. Arsenal
7. Leicester
8. Wolves
9. Everton
10. Southampton

11. West Ham
12. Leeds United
13. Brighton
14. Sheffield United
15. Burnley
16. Crystal Palace
17. Newcastle United
18. Aston Villa
19. Fulham
20. West Brom

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