After the A-match break, the season is back in full swing. The English Premier League (EPL) will be playing its ninth round this weekend.
Until the eighth round, the best team was Tottenham. The departure of Harry Kane to Bayern Munich didn’t break them. In fact, they became a stronger team. Spurs are at the top of the league with six wins, two draws, and no losses.
They are followed by Arsenal in second place, with “defending champions” Manchester City slipping to third. In fourth place is Liverpool, while traditional favorites Manchester United have fallen to 10th and Chelsea are 11th.
It’s still early in the season, and the final standings are still up in the air. The supercomputer’s prediction is a little different. The Mirror reported on the final EPL standings for the 2023-24 season as predicted by a supercomputer.
According to the supercomputer’s analysis, there is a shakeup in the Big Four. At the top of the list is Man City. This means that City will win their fourth consecutive league title. Arsenal is the runner-up again. Liverpool moves up to third place, and Tottenham slips to fourth.
Still, Spurs are rated better than before. Previously, the supercomputer hadn’t predicted a fourth-place finish for Spurs. This means that Spurs have been playing really well. They could qualify for the UEFA Champions League (UCL) next season.
Man United legend Gary Neville believes Spurs’ rise could come to a halt next spring, or at the end of the season.
“Tottenham, who are currently at the top of the table, are likely to be the hunted next spring. You’ve got Man City and Arsenal, the favorites, and if I had to pick a horse to knock them off, I’d pick Liverpool over Tottenham. I think Liverpool have a better chance.” 먹튀검증
Spurs are followed by Newcastle in fifth, Aston Villa in sixth, Brighton and Hove Albion in seventh, and West Ham in eighth. Manchester United and Chelsea were predicted to finish the league in ninth and 10th place, just one place higher than they are now.
Hwang Hee-chan’s Wolverhampton were 14th. The relegations went to Bournemouth in 18th, Luton Town in 19th, and Sheffield United in 20th.