Predicted Premier League table: Where Man Utd, Liverpool, Man City, Arsenal & others will finish
Manchester City brushed aside their rivals in the Manchester Derby on Sunday evening and came away with the bragging rights at Old Trafford. Thanks to an Erling Haaland brace and a goal from Phil Foden, the reigning champions banked their eighth win of the Premier League campaign, leaving their red neighbours nine points behind in the table.
With 2024 drawing nearer, the battle at the top of the table for both the title and a top four spot is heating up. As the action continues, football analysts at BetVictor have deployed their simulator to predict how the Premier League table will look at the end of the season.
Here’s where both City and United have been tipped to finish compared to the rest of their rivals, based on each club’s recent form and the current standings.
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