Arsenal disaster, Chelsea vindicated, Tottenham progress - AI predicts 2024/25 Premier League season

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Arsenal are set for a disastrous Premier League season as Artificial Intelligence (AI) predicts they will miss out on the top-four spots in 2024/25.

Over the past two campaigns, the Gunners have been making solid progress under the leadership of Mikel Arteta. They have finished runners-up to Manchester City twice but last season they managed to take the Premier League title race to the last day.

However, it is expected to all come crashing down according to Fair Betting Sites' AI technology. Their prediction is that Arteta's men will be a whopping 17 points worse off than last season finishing on 72 and fifth.

The defence will likely be the main problem for the North London club as their goal difference drops from a magnificent +62 to just +30. Arsenal will finish the campaign three points behind Manchester United who secure the last spot in the Champions League behind the resurrected Chelsea.

Owner Todd Boehly chose to mutually part ways with Mauricio Pochettino and appoint Leicester City's Championship-winning head coach Enzo Maresca to take over. This decision appears to be justified almost immediately with Chelsea finishing 15 points better off and third in the Premier League.

The remainder of the top-four is made up of runners-up Liverpool and Premier League champions for an incredible fifth straight year, City. As for Tottenham Hotspur, their progress is expected to be minimal.

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They will finish a place lower in the Premier League but will finish two points better off than this past season and will likely qualify for the Europa League again. As for the remaining London clubs; West Ham United, Crystal Palace and Fulham can expect mid-table mediocrity finishing 9th, 10th and 13th respectively.

Meanwhile, Brentford will live to fight another day in the top-flight finishing six points above the relegation zone with Ipswich Town, AFC Bournemouth and Southampton condemned back to the Championship.