Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham final Premier League positions predicted after fixture announcement

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A supercomputer has attempted to predict the final Premier League table for next season following the fixture announcement.

Tuesday morning saw the full fixture list for the 2024/25 Premier League campaign confirmed. The opening weekend will have an early start when Manchester United host Fulham in the Friday Night Football on August 16.

The following day is when the majority of top-flight clubs will begin their season. Arsenal will host Wolves at the Emirates Stadium, although the fixture will not be televised live in the UK.

Sunday will see Chelsea host Manchester City at Stamford Bridge. Tottenham Hotspur will travel to face Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on the first Monday Night Football of the season.

With the new campaign just a couple of months away, a supercomputer has attempted to predict how the final table will look. BonusCodeBets have provided a predicted league table that uses a simulation model based on results acquired over the last two seasons.

According to the prediction, Man City will win the league title once again by finishing with 84 points. The prediction believes Arsenal will finish as runners-up for a third consecutive campaign, just three points behind Man City.

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Aston Villa and Manchester United are the two clubs predicted to secure Champions League football, with third and fourth-place finishes, respectively. There is no place for Chelsea or Tottenham Hotspur in the top-four spots in the prediction, though.

Chelsea will finish sixth once again according to the prediction, in what will be Enzo Maresca's first season as manager. The Blues are tipped to amass 68 points and finish behind fifth-placed Liverpool.

Spurs, however, are predicted to endure a much more difficult campaign. Ange Postecoglou's side have been tipped to finish ninth on 54 points, in a season that will apparently include 14 defeats and just 15 wins.

All three newly promoted clubs - Leicester City, Ipswich Town and Southampton - are predicted to be relegated back to the Championship.